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Nicolás  Zuleta Pinedo

Nicolás Zuleta Pinedo

Analyst

Nicolás Zuleta Pinedo is an analyst, who has provided due diligence, investigation, and compliance research support. He has performed research that encompasses multiple nations including Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia, Israel, Mongolia, the UK, and Sub-Saharan African countries.

During his career, Mr. Zuleta has assisted in a multijurisdictional litigation case involving the mining-sector’s compliance practices in Mongolia and the UK; written a report on the comparative institutional framework of the education sector in Caribbean and Sub-Saharan African countries; researched the oil industry in Venezuela; completed due diligence research on the stability of Guatemalan maritime port industry, for a client acquiring assets in the country; and has written a report, that was later published, reviewing the condition of the Colombian economy and democracy.

Mr. Zuleta was the co-founder of the LSE Hispanic-American Society at his undergraduate university. He organized a public lecture with Nobel Peace recipient, and former president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos; and managed relations between the society, regional embassies in London and the British non-profit organization Canning House.

Prior to joining Guidepost, Mr. Zuleta worked for Veracity Worldwide, an advisory consulting firm.

EDUCATION

  • Post-Graduate Study, Law, University of Law, UK
  • Bachelor of Science, Politics and Philosophy, London School of Economics, UK

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

  • Spanish
  • French

Nicolás Zuleta Pinedo is an analyst, who has provided due diligence, investigation, and compliance research support. He has performed research that encompasses multiple nations including Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia, Israel, Mongolia, the UK, and Sub-Saharan African countries.

During his career, Mr. Zuleta has assisted in a multijurisdictional litigation case involving the mining-sector’s compliance practices in Mongolia and the UK; written a report on the comparative institutional framework of the education sector in Caribbean and Sub-Saharan African countries; researched the oil industry in Venezuela; completed due diligence research on the stability of Guatemalan maritime port industry, for a client acquiring assets in the country; and has written a report, that was later published, reviewing the condition of the Colombian economy and democracy.

Mr. Zuleta was the co-founder of the LSE Hispanic-American Society at his undergraduate university. He organized a public lecture with Nobel Peace recipient, and former president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos; and managed relations between the society, regional embassies in London and the British non-profit organization Canning House.

Prior to joining Guidepost, Mr. Zuleta worked for Veracity Worldwide, an advisory consulting firm.

EDUCATION

  • Post-Graduate Study, Law, University of Law, UK
  • Bachelor of Science, Politics and Philosophy, London School of Economics, UK

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

  • Spanish
  • French