Tomás Águila

+56 2 2928 2231

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


  • Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) on the implementation of the financial restructuring for USD1.6 billion, of its portfolios of ten non-conventional renewable energy generation projects "Huemul" (630MW), "Cóndor" (591 MW) and "Copihue" (148.5 MW), financed under a project finance structure with several banks syndicates and the renegotiation of a Mezzanine financing granted in connection thereto; all of the above as part of the Chilean reorganization processes initiated by Cóndor Energía and Huemul Energía, and under the Chapter 11 process initiated in the United States against certain affiliates of MRP by one of its creditors.
  • Inter-American Investment Corporation, International Finance Corporation and Banco del Estado de Chile on long-term financings for up to USD346 million granted to Suministradora de Buses K Cuatro, a company in charge of supplying 992 electric buses in Santiago, San Bernardo and Puente Alto, Chile.
  • SUSI Partners, a Swiss-based investment manager specialized in sustainable energy infrastructure investments, on a financing obtained by SETF Energías Renovables, a SUSI affiliate, from Banco de Crédito e Inversiones, Miami Branch and DNB Bank ASA, for the acquisition, construction, development and operation of a 107 MW Chilean portfolio of PMGD projects.
  • Grünenthal and its Chilean subsidiary, Laboratorios Andrómaco, the latter as guarantor, on the amendment of a credit agreement for a revolving credit facility for approx. USD 550 million , and on the issuance of USD330 million approx. aggregate principal amount of 6.75% senior secured notes due 2030, secured by Laboratorios Andrómaco, among other companies of the Grünenthal group.


  • Teaching Assistant of Civil Law,  Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (2021-2022).
  • Teaching Assistant of Economic Law, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (2019-2021).


  • Co-author of the article "Fintech: Relevant legal-economic issues of crowdlending in Chile", Ius Novum Journal, Centro de Estudios Ius Novum (2021).


  • Law, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (best student of his generation).
  • Professor Raul Le Roy Le Roy Award, granted to the best student of his generation in Law School (2018).
  • Degree in Contract Law, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (2022).
  • Degree in Tort Law, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (2022).
  • Degree in Capital Markets Law, Universidad de Chile (2023).


  • Chile (2023).


  • Spanish.
  • English.

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