Alejandro Toro

+56 2 2928 2216

His practice focuses on banking law, corporate law, lending transactions and project financing.


  • Corporación Interamericana para el Financiamiento de Infraestructura (CIFI) on a loan facility granted to the oEnergy group to finance the acquisition, construction and operation of several PMG or PMGD photovoltaic projects located in Chile. The loan facility was structured in a senior tranche for up to USD12.9 million and a subordinated tranche for up to USD2.6 million.
  • U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, DNB Bank ASA, Itaú Corpbanca, Bci and others, as lenders of Alto Maipo and Strabag, in connection with a Restructuring Support Agreement in the context of a Chapter 11 procedure before the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for USD2.1 billion.
  • Scotiabank Chile on a non-revolving credit facility granted to Solek Chile Holding III, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Solek Group, to finance the VAT associated with the construction of its photovoltaic PMG/PMGD projects in Chile. The initial disbursement will be used to finance the VAT associated to the construction of El Huaso and Don Flavio projects.
  • Actis and Mainstream Renewable Power on the negotiation of an agreement for the sale of Aela Energía, Chile’s largest independent renewable energy producer, to Canadian-listed developer Innergex Renewable Energy. Aela's portfolio comprises three newly built wind farms: Sarco (170 MW), Aurora (129 MW) and Cuel (33 MW); and sells energy via two power purchase agreements with Chilean distribution companies.


  • Co-author of the Chilean chapter in Global Legal Insights - Banking Regulation, Global Legal Group (2022).
  • Co-author of the Chilean chapter in ICLG - Lending & Secured Finance, Global Legal Group (2022).


  • Law, Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • Law Academic Exchange, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2020).


  • Chile (2022).


  • Spanish.
  • English.
  • German.

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