Full Name
Elizabeth Bell
Job Title
Principal, Investment Team
Jaguar Growth Partners
Speaker Bio
Elizabeth Bell is the Principal of the Investment team at Jaguar Growth Partners and is responsible for investment analysis, transaction structuring, due diligence, and portfolio company management.
Prior to joining Jaguar, Ms. Bell was an Investment Manager at Aberdeen Asset Management on the Property Multi-Manager team. At Aberdeen, she was primarily responsible for making discretionary investments into real estate private equity funds throughout the Americas on behalf of foreign capital. Prior to joining Aberdeen in 2015, Ms. Bell was a Vice President on the Investments Team at Equity International in Chicago where she was responsible for originating, executing, and managing investments. She underwrote new investment opportunities across Latin America, Eastern Europe, and India at both the asset and corporate levels. She also managed 3 portfolio companies, participated in board meetings, provided strategic guidance, and enhanced company models. Ms. Bell joined Equity International in 2011 following business school. While at school, she was a summer intern with the real estate investment team at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (Kaust) Endowment. From 2006 to 2009, Ms. Bell worked at JER Partners in Washington, DC as an Associate on the Latin America real estate investment team, and she worked on an emerging markets private equity fund-of-funds. Previously, Ms. Bell was an investment banking analyst in the Equity Capital Markets group at Deutsche Bank from 2004 to 2006.
Ms. Bell received her AB from Princeton University, where she was captain of the women's soccer team, and earned her MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in finance and real estate. Ms. Bell is currently involved with the Youth Work Foundation, an advisor for Emerging Markets Real Estate class at Wharton, previously involved with the Junior Board Member of Urban Initiatives (2013-2016) and Habitat for Humanity in Chile (2008).
Elizabeth Bell