JUSTLY Markets, LLC. announces that Eugenio Briales Gomez-Tarragona has been appointed as its Vice President of Capital Markets.
Eugenio will be responsible for global capital raises, with a special emphasis on sustainability and innovation-driven investment themes to strengthen JUSTLY’s institutional investor arm that supports and augments its Reg CF, Reg A+, and Reg D capabilities.
Eugenio will further help JUSTLY realize its mission of supporting the financing of high-impact corporations, entrepreneurs, investors, and other organizations.
With a combination of finance, legal, regulatory, and business experience, Eugenio has long shared a passion for sustainability and innovation, including financial innovation. Prior to joining JUSTLY, he held several investment banking positions, advising issuers both in emerging and developed markets in the context of domestic and cross-border debt and equity capital raises. He also worked at Citigroup, DLA Piper, the International Monetary Fund, and the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group on investor protection, foreign direct investment, access to finance, competition, and corporate insolvency themes.
In addition to his business experience, Eugenio has taught courses in financial and securities regulation, FinTech, ESG, corporate finance, and corporate governance at Harvard Law School-PIFS executive education programs. Eugenio was also a Visiting Professor at several leading Chinese universities and served as a Delegate of Spain/EU to several Commissions of the United Nations. He has served as a Finance Scientist at the Sloan School of Management at MIT and as a Research Fellow at the Program of International Financial Systems at Harvard Law School, where he worked on publications in FinTech, asset management, and infrastructure finance. He is fluent in English, German and Spanish.
In this new position, Eugenio will actively contribute to JUSTLY in the following areas:
- Key investor relations and partnerships
- Investment materials and financial model analysis
- Global, regional, and country perspectives on sectoral, regulatory, market, and other investment-related matters affecting investors and issuers
- ESG and technology developments, focusing on their potential investment effects
- Specific regulatory issues surrounding Reg CF, Reg A+, and Reg D investments