Member of Carey’s Energy Group. Her professional practice focuses on the advice and strategy on legal, environmental and social issues related to the development of renewable energy projects, mining law and natural resources transactions. Also, she has experience in project finance and negotiations of credit agreements and commercial and corporate law matters, such as joint ventures, due diligence coordination, mergers and acquisitions, contracts negotiation and corporate governance issues.
- Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (Summa Cum Laude).
- Exchange student, University of California, Berkeley (USA) (2007).
- LL.M. Columbia University Law School (Beca Chile scholarship) (2014).
Activities and Memberships
- Member of the Chilean Bar Association.
- Teaching assistant of Constitutional Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (2006-2013)
- Visiting Attorney, Project Finance Practice, Chadbourne & Parke, Washington D.C. (2014-2015)
Spanish and English.
Recent Representative Experience
- Two renewable energy companies in a joint venture for the development, construction and operation of two distributed solar plants. The advise included the negotiation and execution of a Master Investment Agreement, Shareholders Agreement, Share Purchase Agreement, EPC and O&M between the two companies.
- Andes Mainstream and Mainstream Renewable Power in the negotiation of the sale and transfer of its subsidiaries AM Eólica Llanquihue and AM Eólica Sarco to Aela Generación, the joint venture company between Mainstream Renewable Power and Actis. Andes Mainstream in the “Supply Tender Process 2015/01” bidding process, and successful awarding of 3.366 GWh/year to supply energy to the distribution companies of a total of 12,430 GWh/year. The estimated investment of these projects is USD1,650 million approx.
- A customer in the negotiation of a power purchase and supply agreement with the operator of a photovoltaic solar plant.
- Andes Mainstream in the “Supply Tender Process 2015/01” bidding process, and successful awarding of 3.366 GWh/year to supply energy to the distribution companies of a total of 12,430 GWh/year. The estimated investment of these projects is USD1,650 million approx.
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