Arturo Alemany – About
As founding principal of Alemany & Associates, Inc., Arturo Alemany has more than 25 years’ experience as an international business strategist and consultant for Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States, Europe and Latin America. He has consulted in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate development and political consulting, and has specialized in several sectors of private industry, including telecommunications, transportation, gaming, cable television and hospitality. Arturo served as President and CEO of the public traded company USA Broadband, based in California, and on the Board of Directors of the New York based Violy & Co., a global financial advisement firm responsible for raising more than $95 billion dollars of investment funds in Latin America.
His role as U.S. liaison was instrumental in procuring and initiating the logistics for the start-up of GlobaSat, a Mexican representative of the intergovernmental consortium IntelSat, which owns and manages a constellation of communication satellites that provides internet broadcast services. He also acted as U.S. liaison to Codere, S.A., helping it become the first and only publicly traded gaming operator in the Spanish Stock Exchange with worldwide operations.
Arturo is founder of two technology companies that specialize in the South American gaming industry. Additionally, he has founded MIR International Services, Inc., which is the longest in existence and largest operator and distributor of horse racing simulcasting throughout Latin America. He is also founder of Alemany & Associates, which focuses primarily on international real estate and telecommunications consulting services.
In the field of politics, Arturo has played key roles in collaborating with top firms such as Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, Kekst & Company, and major U.S. political consulting firms on Mexican presidential and mayoral elections. He led U.S. political consulting teams in the historical Mexican presidential elections in 2000 and in the 2002 California gubernatorial race. He has been a member of the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors in Washington, D.C., and has been honored by numerous trade organizations.
Born in Mexico City and raised in San Francisco, Arturo attended the engineering program at UCLA, graduating in 1983 with a BSM from Pepperdine University. His completion of the prestigious graduate program of Advanced Negotiations at Stanford University, along with 30 years of experience working across borders, have given Arturo the vision, insight and expertise to develop a strong bicultural analysis approach, while building a vast network of international contacts. He also has over ten years of quasi-government experience working for the National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK) assisting in the development of rail service and increasing ridership between the Los Angeles-San Diego corridor.