Leaders in Law endorses Federico Rodríguez as our exclusively recommended Energy Law expert in Chile. If you wish to get in touch with Federico please use the contact information provided above.
Federico Rodríguez leads the Energy and Natural Resources practice area at Baraona Fischer & Cia and provides advice on corporate business matters to clients from various industries. He has vast experience in regulatory and transactional matters. He has been involved in cross-border transactions in the mining, energy and salmon industrial sectors, venture capital, private placements, IPO, mergers and acquisitions in the main international stockmarkets including Canada, Great Britain, Australia and the United States. During the last years, he has been involved in relevant transactions mainly related to the generation of clean energy, in the first projects of electric mobility in Chile and exploitation of lithium.
Mr. Rodríguez earned his Law Degree from the Diego Portales University, has a Diploma in Tax Planning from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and LL.M. of the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has been a partner of Baraona Fischer & Cia since 2013 and previously was Legal and Compliance Director at Asesorías e Inversiones Benjamín S.A.; Director of SalmonChile AG Director; and Chairman of the Board of Australis Seafoods S.A., of Hampton Mining Limited, among many others.
- Energy and Natural Resources
- Venture Capital
- Private Equity
- General Corporate Practice
- Mergers and Acquisitions
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