Sebastian Martinez-Villalba

Senior Associate

Sebastian Martinez-Villalba is a Senior Associate for RPCK’s New York office, where he specializes in venture capital investments, fund formation, and corporate and finance transactions as well as investor side participation in private equity, venture capital and impact-focused private investment funds.

Prior to joining RPCK, Sebastian was an Associate Vice President at Digital Bridge where he structured, negotiated, and oversaw complex co-investment processes in Latin America, Asia, Europe and North America.  He also advised and oversaw the launch and formation of private equity funds, foreign investment platforms, and acquisitions of digital infrastructure companies in Latin America, Asia, Europe and North America.

Sebastian also worked at a family office in Delray Beach, Florida where, as Deputy General Counsel, he led dozens of venture capital investments including convertible notes, SAFEs, and direct investments.  While working at the family office, he also negotiated investments in venture capital, private equity, credit, and real estate funds both domestically and abroad.

Before going in-house, Sebastian worked as an Associate Attorney at Hogan Lovell’s LLP where he used his native Spanish fluency to focus on project finance transactions in Latin America.

Sebastian’s experience working for an established private equity fund and large family office has provided him with the ability to deliver tailored approaches and solutions for individuals, family offices and funds with unique goals and needs while navigating complex challenges and circumstances.



Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
Florida State University, B.A.


Venture Capital
Fund Formation

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