Isidora Goyenechea 2800, las Condes Piso 42 755-0647 Santiago, Chile
Tel:(+56 2)29282200, Fax:(+56 2)29282200, E-mail:

Giannina Veniú

Associate Carey Isidora Goyenechea 2800, piso 43, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile.
tel.+56 2 2928 2209


Member of Carey’s Corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions Group. Her practice focuses on representing Chilean and foreign clients in various kinds of mergers and acquisitions transactions, including tender offers, private equity and asset acquisitions, joint ventures, securities regulation and corporate governance.


  • Law, Universidad de Chile (Summa Cum Laude).
  • Outstanding Internship Award, Judicial Assistance Corporation.

Activities and Memberships

Teaching Assistant of International Commercial Law, Universidad de Chile (2009).


Chile (2011).


Spanish and English.

Recent Representative Experience

  • CHRISTUS Health, a not-for-profit institution and one of the ten largest healthcare operators on the US, on the acquisition of 50% of Red Salud UC, the largest private healthcare group in Chile, owned by Universidad Católica de Chile, and on the negotiation of corporate governance issues.
  • Standard & Poor’s Ratings Chile Clasificadora de Riesgo on its organization in Chile, including constant support during the process of incorporation, compliance and registration as a rating agency, both with the Securities and Insurance Superintendence (SVS). Additionally, we advised S&P Chile on all regulatory matters with the SVS and SBIF, including the preparation of agreements with clients, suppliers and labor matters.
  • Electrolux in the acquisition of the Chilean companies CTI Compañía Tecno Industrial and Somela, through tender offer procedures.
  • Codelco in a loan facility agreement signed with Mitsui & Co. for the acquisition of shares in Anglo American Sur.
  • Several local and foreign companies in the registration in the Chilean Securities and Exchange Commission (SVS).
  • Several local and foreign publicly traded companies in general corporate matters.
  • Several investment funds in their structure and organization.
  • Several foreign publicly traded companies and closed corporations in corporate governance matters.