Oaktree Capital Management

Cinemex started in a college business plan. Fastlicht Adolfo, Miguel Angel Davila Guzman and Matthew Heyman speculated that Mexico was ready for what they called “cinema world class”. When the regulations were lifted with the new Cinematography Law passed in 1992, Adolfo Fastlicht and Miguel Angel D vila decided that Mexico City offered an attractive market for a string of senior film. In 1994, they secured 21.5m in equity financing from JPMorgan Partners and a partnership of the Bluhm family of Chicago Investors CMex. The service is generally acknowledged to be the largest capital investment for establishing a company in the history of Mexico. The first set of rooms was Cinemex Cinemex Altavista, opened on 2 August 1995, soon followed by Cinemex Santa Fe in October the same year (considered the standard of the company) and Cinemex Manacar in January 1996.That same year saw the inauguration of Kings and Cinemex Cinemex Loreto. In June 2002, Onex