Our Team

In aggregate, Tauro’s management team possess over 30 years in investment banking and private equity as both entrepreneurs and investors, plus more than 40 years in business operations, consulting and executive management. Working as a collaborative and dynamic team, Tauro utilizes all relevant skills, experiences and networks of each professional to achieve the maximum benefit for all our companies and investors.

Mario Eulalio Gutierrez

Mario is a Partner and Co-Founder in Tauro.

Mario is also a principal shareholder and active board member at Contrissa, a family-owned construction and mining company in Saltillo, Mexico.

Mario has over 12 years of Investment Banking experience at Salomon Brothers | Citigroup in New York (1998-2010). He participated in the origination and execution of M&A transactions with an aggregate value above US$30 bn such as the sale of Grupo Imsa to Ternium, the acquisition of RMC Group by Cemex and the sale of Ferteco to CVRD among others. In capital markets Mario has participated in transactions for more than US$15 bn, such as the follow-on offerings of Empresas ICA, Cemex, Pemex, Southern Copper Corporation and on IPO‘s of Homex and OMA.

Mario holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from Texas A&M University.


Eduardo Camarena

Eduardo is a Partner and Co-Founder in Tauro.

He also is the founder and Chairman of Avalor, a leasing company based in Mexico. Before Tauro, Eduardo worked at Macquarie as Head of Business Development and Investors Relations for its real estate division in Mexico City. While at Macquarie, he raised the second largest real estate fund in Mexico, acquired the largest industrial real estate portfolio in the country and raised the second largest IPO in Mexican history. He has more than 15 years of experience in private equity, acquisitions, investment banking, capital markets and asset management. Prior to Macquarie, Eduardo served as investment banking director at HSBC Mexico and worked within the investment banking division of Citigroup in New York and Mexico. He has participated in transactions for a number of industries totaling a combined closing transaction value of over US$9 billion.

Eduardo holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and a BA in Economics from Trinity University, and an MBA from Columbia Business School.


Javier Gutierrez

Javier is a Partner and Co-Founder in Tauro.

Javiera is also an active board member at Contrissa, a family-owned construction and mining company in Saltillo, Mexico where has developed and executed projects since 1985 as Executive VP of Commercial Development and Operations.

Javier has participated and earned certifications from several executive education programs in management and technical areas such as organizational leadership, sales, marketing and construction-related fields.

Javier is currently Chairman of the non-profit "Casa de los Niños de Saltillo" foundation that focuses on at risk youth in urban areas in the state of Coahuila. Over a 15-year span, he along with his team have made important strides in helping more than 1,800 underpriviledged children or orphans living in extreme poverty. His philanthropic efforts have earned Javier and the Foundation, certifications and honors at the state and national levels.

Javier holds a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey.


Raul Treviño

Raul is a Partner and Co-Founder in Tauro.

Raul is a former investment banker at Citi’s Latin America group in New York. During his time at Citi, he advised both strategic and financial clients on a variety of transactions including local and cross border mergers and acquisitions. Selected buy-side advisory transactions include the $553 million acquisition of two toll road concessions in Chile by Spanish infrastructure firm, GlobalVia, and the $180 million acquisition of Salvadorian utility company, DelSur, by U.S. based private equity firm, AEI. Selected sell-side advisory transactions include the $3.1 billion acquisition of Mexico’s largest flat steel processor Grupo Imsa by Argentine steel giant Ternium and the 51% acquisition of Cemex Capital, a subsidiary of Mexican cement multinational, Cemex by a group of local private equity investors (now ABC Capital).

Raul is also a serial entrepreneur and investor in the technology, industrial and real estate sectors.

Raul holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from Columbia Business School.