Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C., M.L., 2020
Received Certificate in Securities and Financial Law
Member of Foreign Lawyers at Georgetown
Universidad Technológica Centroamericana (UNITEC), Tegucigalpa, Honduras, B.L., 2016
Received Certificate in Corporate Law
Member of Laureate’s World Youth Leadership Group
Rating and Honors
Graduated with Distinction, Dean’s List from Georgetown University Law Center, 2020
Elected as President of the Law Student Council at UNITEC, 2015
Spanish (native), English (fluent), Italian (basic), Portuguese (basic)
Significant Representations and Experience
Advised the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) on a first-loss capital loan to the IIX Women’s Catalyst Fund to catalyze bond issuances financing gender-lens investing to support climate action and gender equality.
Advised DFC in a $200M on-lending project to private companies in Mexico and Colombia helping credit invisible borrowers secure services such as healthcare, education, and housing.
Advised DFC in a $130M financing for the development, construction, and operation of a 300-megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant in Rajasthan, India.
Advised IDB Invest in the $23M financing of medium-term loans to private companies in Ecuador, Colombia, and Peru for the renewal and expansion of vehicle rental fleet.
Advised IDB Invest in a $30M digital on-lending platform focused on secured loans in Brazil.
Advised Meridiam Infrastructure North America Inc. on fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) projects in Indiana, including drafting of offtake (ISP) agreements, concession agreements, services agreements, and EPC contracts.
Advised Lithium Werks on its acquisition by Reliance Industries.
Advised a Central American insurance company through its incorporation process before the Honduran Central Bank.
Advised a Honduran private bank through its incorporation process before the Honduran Central Bank.
Advised various Honduran portfolio companies, including mining businesses, automobile retail businesses, and agribusiness projects in connection with corporate and labor compliance.
Provided opinion letters under Honduran law on behalf of a major automobile retailer corporation in its $3M business financing.
Advised various triple-impact early-stage companies under Honduran law, including fashion upcycling companies, companies developing non-cash payment systems, and artistic services companies devoted to supporting the local arts.
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