BACP is led, at the managing partner level, by Carlos María del Carril and Ricardo Lalor and Ricardo Lalor (H), each with a long history of successful transactions experience in Argentina. BACP’s partners have advised entrepreneurs, companies and private equity funds in the analysis of stretegies, in company reorganizations and financial structurings, as well as in the execution of M&A deals, developing a deep knowledge in a broad variety of industries and companies. BACP’s partners are supported by a team of professionals, fully bilingual and with extensive experience in Corporate Finance and Mergers and Acquisitions.

Carlos M. del Carril


Mr. del Carril is Managing Director and founding partner of BACP.

Prior to founding BACP, Mr. del Carril worked at J.P. Morgan between 1979 and 1991 in its Buenos Aires and New York Offices in the Corporate Finance Department, where he was Head of Mergers and Acquisitions for Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. In this capacity Mr. Del Carril participated in some of the largest syndicated loans, debt restructurings and privatizations in Argentina including the Argentine Government, Acindar, Alpargatas and the privatization of ENTel.

Since 1991 at BACP, Mr. Del Carril has advised in privatizations, capital raisings, debt restructurings and M&A transactions. Most relevant transactions include the sale of Colorín to Materis Paints, the sale of Barugel Azulay to Saint Gobain, Favorita Fruit Company debt restructurings, the capitalization of San Martín de Tabacal’s debts, and Astra’s debt restructurung and subsequent sale of the company to Repsol, co-advising the sellers with JP Morgan, among many other transactions.

Mr. del Carril has a BA in Business Administration from Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Ricardo Lalor


Mr. Lalor is Managing Director and founding partner of BACP.

Prior to joining BACP, Mr. Lalor worked for Bank Boston as Managing Director of the Corporate Finance Department in Buenos Aires and for Banesto Banking Corporation.

Since 1991 at BACP, Mr. Lalor has advised numerous clients in privatizations, debt restructuring and M&A transactions. Among his most in-depth transactions, Mr. Lalor has advised SanCor in the restructuring of its financial debt, Credit Agricole in the sale of its public shares to Banco Suquía, La Salteña and Delicity in their sale to Pillsbury, Quilmes in the acquisition of Baesa, TotalGaz in the acquisition and subsequent debt restructuring of Argón, and the Exxel Group in the acquisition by Norte supermarkets of ABUD, Mega and Hipermercados Tigre, as part of a national expansion strategy.

Mr. Lalor has a Civil Engineering degree from Universidad Católica Argentina and a MSM in International Finance from the Arthur D. Little Management Education Institute (Cambridge, Massachussetts).