Inés Elvira Andrade Moreno began her career in 1984 at the financial advisory and mergers and acquisitions department of J.P. Morgan at the New York and Madrid offices where she worked for four years as an analyst and associate. She then served for 16 years as an investment professional in direct private equity funds in Spain, mainly Inversiones Ibersuizas and Inova Capital.  Before joining Altamar in September 2008, Inés worked for three years as managing director at Grupo Río Real, a Spanish family office with direct investments in both publicly traded and private companies.

After holding several positions within the AltamarCAM Group, including Executive Vice-Chairperson until January 2022, Inés Elvira Andrade Moreno currently holds the position of Senior Partner as Chair of the Segregated Accounts/Client Solutions division. AltamarCAM is a firm specialized in alternative investment management with €17 billion in assets under management mainly through global funds of funds focused on private equity, venture capital, real estate, infrastructure and private debt strategies. In addition to its collective funds, through its growing Segregated Accounts division, the firm also provides customized solutions for alternative investment programs tailored to large family offices and institutions.

Andrade Moreno is currently an independent director and member of the NRC of Técnicas Reunidas, S.A. as well as independent director, member of the Audit Committee and chair of the NRC of Vidrala, S.A. She also has extensive experience in investment committees, mainly related to private equity and real estate funds, as well as in direct co-investments in Europe, the United States and Latin America. Her professional background also includes experience in investment banking, mainly with Latin American companies, while working at J.P. Morgan in New York.

Inés has a bachelor’s degree in business administration (finance and international business) from Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.), where she graduated summa cum laude.