Omnia is the only full-service economic development firm in Puerto Rico, combining years of experience in both the public and private sectors, including initial participation during the creation and promotion of Acts 20&22. Through its offices in San Juan and New York, Omnia has successfully transferred dozens of entities and individuals into the tax friendly shores of Puerto Rico.
Corporate attorney, businessman, and social entrepreneur, Roberto brings his extensive corporate and real-estate experience to Omnia Economic Solutions’ roster of services. In tune with Puerto Rico’s investment trends, Roberto has served as a leading corporate and real-estate attorney in Puerto Rico – negotiating real-estate settlements for some of the largest construction companies and real-estate developers in the region.
He has also represented developers and investors in the acquisition and disposition of both commercial and residential real-estate assets, including equity, leasehold, and debt. Roberto’s unique access to investment opportunities in Latin America provides our clients with some of the necessary access and insight to make a sound venture. Roberto holds a Masters Degree from Northwestern University and is licensed in both Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Raúl Vidal y Sepúlveda
Former Assistant Secretary for International Affairs for the Department of Economic Development and Commerce of Puerto Rico, Raul was also the lead promoter of the Island’s incentives around the world and the Director for Puerto Rico’s New York Office.
As such, he attracted over $700 million in foreign direct investments to the Island. Several of Raul’s successful projects include Puerto Rico’s first commercial bank in 30 years, two corporate headquarters, a major hotel and tourism investment, and the Island’s first A rated re-insurer.
Recent accomplishments include the processing of high net-worth individuals under Acts 20 and 22, the very same incentives he helped develop in 2012 under Governor Luis Fortuno’s administration. In recognition for his work on behalf of Puerto Rico’s economic development, Raul was named by the World Economic Forum as a founding Global Shaper for the San Juan Hub, and was recently invited as the first Puerto Rican to participate in the WEF’s Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland to speak on the role of cities as centers for economic development, and to take part in the Prime Minister of Australia’s G-20 2014 Presidency platform team.