Education and Professional Background
Academy of American and International Law, Southwestern Legal Foundation, Dallas, Texas, USA (1996)
New York University (LLM, Major on Corporate Law, 2001).
Assistant Professor, Administrative Law, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Faculty of Law (1992-1999). Professor, Judicial Tactics & Strategy, Lawyers Training Program, Buenos Aires School of Advocacy (1995-2000). Instructor, Conference on administrative proceedings before the Argentine SEC, World Bank, Buenos Aires (1999). Speaker, Conference on M&A, Argentine Capital Markets Institute (1999).
CITIBANK N.A., Buenos Aires Branch (GCIB Acting General Counsel, 2001-2004)
KPMG Consulting, Inc. (Associate Corporate Counsel, International Law, 2001)
Author, Transnational Litigation -A Practitioner's Guide-, Admissibility and Presentation at Trial of Evidence Taken Domestically or Abroad. Chapter, Argentine Republic Section (Kreindler & Holdworth; Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue.
Broad experience advising domestic and international companies in business law, M&As, foreign exchange controls, foreign trade, banking and financial law. Participated in complex domestic and cross-border transactions in M&As, transfer of going concerns, establishment of foreign investments, infrastructure projects, financial transactions, debt restructurings, renewable energies, public biddings and litigation in administrative, judicial and arbitration forums.
Transactional Litigation – A Practitioner´s Guide”, Section Argentina: Admissibility and Presentation at Trial of Evidence Takem Domestically or abroad. (Kreindler & Holdsworth; Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, Krankfurt, Germany, Eds.)
“Foreign exchange forwards agreements: old acquaintances, same issues, new litigation”, March 2013 Volume 2, Issue 1 International Financial Products & Services Committee Newsletter, Section of International Law, American Bar Association.
“Winds of Change in Argentina: New Reforms in Foreign Exchange Controls”, March 2016 Volume 5 Issue 1 International Financial Products & Services Committee Newsletter, Section of International Law, American Bar Association.
“Untying the Gordian Knot: Progressive liberalization of FX controls in Argentina”, December 2016 Issue International Financial Products & Services Committee Newsletter, Section of International Law, American Bar Association.
Member of Buenos Aires Bar Association (1992). Admitted to the Province of Buenos Aires Bar (1995).
American Bar Association, Section of International Law. Co-Chair Financial Services and Products Committee (2016-7); Vice-Chair (2012-16); Membership Country Representative (2010-2015); former Co-Chair, Buenos Aires City Chapter (2010-2011).
Spanish, English, French and German.