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June 13, 2022
Cabrera Capital Continues Expansion with Public Finance Hires in Texas
Press Release
June 13, 2022 Cabrera Capital Continues Expansion with Public Finance Hires in Texas Chicago — Cabrera Capital Markets (“Cabrera”) announces that Ed Sanchez and Ricardo Salazar have joined the Public…
Cabrera Capital Markets (“Cabrera”) announces that Ed Sanchez and Ricardo Salazar have joined the Public Finance Investment Banking division of the firm and will be located in Austin and Dallas, respectively.
May 10, 2022
Mario Carrasco to lead Public Finance
Cabrera Capital Markets
May 10, 2022 Mario Carrasco to lead Cabrera Capital Markets’ Public Finance Investment Banking Team Chicago — Cabrera Capital Markets (“Cabrera”)—a leading minority-owned and operated investment bank and institutional brokerage…
May 2, 2022
Robert Aguilar Promoted to President
Cabrera Capital Markets
May 2, 2022 Robert Aguilar Promoted to President at Cabrera Capital Markets Chicago — Cabrera Capital Markets (“Cabrera”), recently having celebrated 21 years in business, announces today that Robert Aguilar,…
December 29, 2021
Martin Cabrera rises in Crain’s Chicago Business Power 25 List for 2022
Crain's Business Chicago
Congratulations to Martin Cabrera for rising in Crain’s Chicago Business Power 25 list to position 15 for “the people you need to know to get things done in Chicago.” “Cabrera’s investment banking…
Cabrera’s investment banking and brokerage firm was climbing in 2020, and it’s now firmly one of the largest minority-owned businesses in the city.
October 26, 2021
CNBC celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month: Martin Cabrera
CNBC
CNBC celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15. Throughout the month, CNBC is asking Hispanic business leaders, political leaders, and CNBC staff to share their personal stories and advice. Here is Cabrera Capital Markets CEO Martin Cabrera.
October 13, 2021
Cities Sell Muni Debt. One Bank Thinks They Should Buy It Too
Bloomberg
At the Cabrera Capital Markets office in Chicago, public finance bankers Brian King and Edward Kurth were kicking around ideas when it occurred to them: amid the current wave of taxable deals, why not expand the investor base by pitching municipal governments themselves to buy the debt?

Videos

Diversidad e integración -- Diversity and Latino Inclusion in Business

October 28, 2021 | Mesirow

We discussed the challenges and opportunities facing Latino professionals in finance with Martin Cabrera, Jr., CEO of Cabrera Capital Markets.

Adding value to new bond issues is a relationship business

October 3, 2021 | Primary Markets TV

Adding value to a deal requires his firm to reach out to the 400 investor accounts – including smaller firms by assets under management – and ensuring that the breadth of investors increases pricing and liquidity transparency in the deal. Strengthening relationships with large broker dealer firms and focusing on the capital structure of clients will be core to growth over the next 12 months, Managing Director Santino Bibbo explains.

Martin Cabrera: One of the most influential Latinos in the country shares his story with Iskali

April 9, 2021 | Iskali

Martin Cabrera joins Vicente Del Real in a conversation of inspiration, success, and how he grew to be one of the most influential Latinos in the U.S. From collecting cans off the street in Chicago's Little Village, to CEO and Founder of Cabrera Capital Markets (CCM) and Cabrera Capital Partners (CCP), Martin shares his message of hope for young Latinos, who like himself, want to make a positive impact in their community.

Chicago Housing Authority Career Champions: Martin Cabrera

June 25, 2020 | Chicago Housing Authority

Martin Cabrera, CEO of Cabrera Capital Markets featured as a Career Champion for the Chicago Housing Authority.

The retirement crisis brewing in the Latino community

July 12, 2019 | CNBC

Martin Cabrera, CEO of Cabrera Capital Markets and member of CNBC's Financial Wellness Advisory Council, joins CNBC's "Closing Bell" to discuss the retirement crisis in the Latino community.

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