Antonio L. Soler is Executive Vice Presdient and Sr. Managing Director of the Broughton Investment Group. Raised overseas as the son of a foreign diplomat and in the U.S. for 25+ years, Tony has pursued diverse, pedigreed academic and business careers, most recently post-graduate certificates in Public Administration (Indiana University-SPEA) and International Economic Development (Johns Hopkins-SAIS).
An Ivy League graduate from Cornell University (BA in Government and International Economic Relations), Mr. Soler speaks, reads and writes four languages fluently (English, Spanish, French and Portuguese), having conducted professional and personal business in over 15 countries across four continents over the past twenty years. After Cornell University, Mr. Soler worked in major metropolitan-area banks and at a law firm before deciding to pursue dual-language graduate degrees in international financial and strategic management at U.S.-based American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird- MIM ‘97), and in Europe’s Escuela Superior de Administracion y Direccion de Empresa (ESADE-MBA ‘98).
Antonio’s core work experience encompasses the commercial credit evaluation of complex transactions, from client prospecting, due diligence, underwriting, negotiations and documentation, to back-end portfolio/account management, workouts/restructurings, distressed asset sales and divestitures/spin-offs. Notable business accomplishments include completion of GE Capital’s Risk Management Leadership Development Program, Boeing’s Executive Training for Globalization Seminar and consistently superior performance in a variety of mission-critical business credit operations and financial risk management roles during his decade-long tenure at both U.S. manufacturing & financial services corporate conglomerates.
Antonio has recently moved to the Miami area, where he looks forward to enhance his personal and professional development. He enjoys the company of life-long friends in the South Florida area, traveling to see family in his native Spain, watching/playing a variety of sports, and reading up on modern history and current events at the cross-roads of global capital markets and socio-economic public policy developments.