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Miami, United States, 13th Jun 2024 – XY Booster, a U.S.-based private investment fund specializing in financing startups from
Spanish-speaking markets with global potential, is gearing up for expansion in 2024 with the
opening of two new branches in the U.S. – in Los Angeles and Miami – as well as one in Europe
– in Madrid, Spain.

“Throughout 2023, XY Booster witnessed remarkable growth across all fronts,” remarked Mr.
Robert Monturiol, the fund’s founder and president. “With nearly 400 employees and offices
not just in the United States (New York and San Francisco) but also in Europe (Barcelona) and
Mexico, our new branches will empower us to enhance our operations and tap into markets
brimming with opportunity.”

XY Booster focuses on projects aimed at enhancing customer experiences, leveraging
technology extensively, and often integrating financial solutions. Consequently, their initiatives,
spanning various sectors, yield substantial returns by directly improving the quality of life for
underserved social segments, rectifying errors, and preserving authenticity. A pivotal aspect of
their success lies in their commitment to “financial inclusion.”

“For XY Booster, financial inclusion entails providing access to financing for groups marginalized
by traditional banking institutions,” elaborated Mr. Monturiol. “Factors contributing to denied
financing include being a foreigner; lacking credit history due to youth or gender (a common
scenario for many women in Mexico); possessing a poor credit score due to missed payments;
or having mixed income sources (both identifiable and unidentifiable). XY promotes financial
inclusion by developing technological solutions that offer financial services, thereby generating
social benefits and contributing to overall economic growth. Technology is a means to an end,
employed to deliver value to society.”

XY Booster exclusively invests in projects centered around people, prioritizing initiatives aimed
at enriching the lives of underserved social segments, rectifying disparities, and preserving
authenticity. Comprising an international and interdisciplinary team, with 50% female
representation and 30% neurodiverse talent, XY Booster embodies diversity and inclusivity in its
operations. Female leadership fosters a people-centric approach characterized by collaboration,
resilience, and emotional intelligence, while neurodiverse talent brings unique problem-solving
abilities and fosters the development of innovative projects beyond conventional standards.

“Among the numerous successful ventures funded by XY Booster, we take particular pride in:

Xpats & TwoLanders: A service platform catering to over 300 million digital nomads and
expatriates worldwide. With Mexico and Spain emerging as leading destinations for these
demographics, Xpats & TwoLanders fills a crucial gap by offering support for relocation
processes, social integration, and tailored financial solutions (including payments, investment,
and credit).

Dream Boosters: Dedicated to empowering marginalized social segments financially, Dream
Boosters introduced Mexico’s first credit builder (facilitating the establishment, repair, and
strengthening of individuals’ credit histories) and a rewards program for customers securing the
first 100% digital mortgage. Collaborations with credit information society Círculo de Crédito
and tech startup Weetrust aim to ensure universal access to financial services, leaving no group

XtraordinarY People: A groundbreaking initiative aimed at identifying neurodivergent
individuals and harnessing their unique skills for societal benefit.

Acknowledging that over 25% of the global population possesses varying learning abilities,
XtraordinarY strives to dismantle barriers to education and employment by recognizing and
nurturing diverse talents from early childhood to professional settings.”
For further inquiries, please contact:

Verònica Miquel Torres
[email protected]
+34 639 387 383

Media Contact

Organization: XY Booster

Contact Person: Verònica Miquel Torres


Email: Send Email

City: Miami

Country:United States

Release id:13106

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