Anuar has participated in transactions across the Americas totaling more than $1 billion dollars over the past 12 years. He has extensive experience working with C-level executives and helping many Fortune 500 clients with corporate and growth strategy projects, M&As, valuations, and JVs. Anuar holds an MBA from INSEAD and a BS in economics from ITAM. He enjoys freelancing to find challenging projects to keep his skills sharp and mind active.
Quantified and realized US$100 million in synergies/savings between the largest soft drink company in Mexico and its recently acquired juice division.
Identified and implemented levers in the credit card division (Activation Utilization & Retention, AUR model) that exceeded US$90 million in additional earnings for a global Spanish bank.
Developed a price-demand elasticity model for the largest beer bottler in Panama. Proved that the demand was inelastic. Presented the results to the CEO and avoided a price reduction that saved tens of millions to the company every year.
Spun off successfully the financial services division of a Spanish energy company for $150 million.
Led a global benchmark by region of the services offered to small-and-medium enterprises for a US global bank. Designed and redefined the firm’s global strategy for the sector.
Focus areas: Mergers & Acquisitions, Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A), Data Analysis, Pricing Analysis, Portfolio Analysis, Valuation, Business Intelligence, Cost Benchmarking, Financial Benchmarking, Comparable Company Analysis, Capital Structure Analysis, Cost Reduction & Optimization, Due Dilligence, Discounted Cash Flow (DCF), Revenue & Expense Projections, Financial Modeling, Fundraising, Market Research, Three Statement Operating Model, Profitability Analysis
2005 - 2006
Procter & Gamble
Led the TAMPAX brand.
Launched the TAMPAX Compak line and increased revenues by +30% (YOY) for the brand.
Focus areas: Profitability Analysis, Business Plan Development, Business Intelligence, Customer Lifetime Value, Cost Reduction & Optimization
Private Equity Outlook 2017: Signs of Fatigue (Publication)
The private equity industry is showing signs of maturity as record competition amongst funds and record-high levels of dry powder, combined with strong competition from cash-rich corporates, have driven valuations to levels that make it difficult to see how returns could remain competitive.