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Miranda & Amado, Anahi Com, Lima, PERU

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Miranda & Amado

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Lawyer from Universidad de Lima. Partner at Miranda & Amado since 2016, she joined the firm as a counselor in 2012. She was an International Visiting Attorney in the areas of Mergers and Acquisitions and International Arbitration of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (2011-2012) and Senior Associate in the area of Mergers and Acquisitions at Rebaza, Alcázar & De Las Casas Abogados Financieros (2004-2011). Her practice is focused in mergers and acquisitions, cross-border transactions, corporate finance and financings.


English, Spanish


  • Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, LL.M. and Certificate in Business (2003).
  • Escuela Superior de Administración de Negocios – ESAN, Program in Finance for Lawyers (2001).
  • Universidad de Lima, Bachelor of Law (2001) and Lawyer (2001).


Corporate and M&A

Within: Corporate and M&A

Miranda & Amado remains hard to beat for complex, high-value and cross-border transactions, often earning the role of regional Latin American co-ordinator for deals. The heavyweight, 26-lawyer team, matched in resources by few firms in the market, provides ‘excellent industry knowledge, good response times and precise advice’. Clients also rate the personalised service: namely, attention from partners and an understanding of the client’s business. Luis Miranda succeeded Bruno Amiel as corporate head, with Amiel stepping up into the firm’s strategy committee. Miranda brings ‘commitment and creativity’ to the table and led advice to fuel retailer Primax on its $300m purchase of almost 450 petrol stations from competitor Grupo Pecsa. The experienced Roberto MacLean, assisted by banking and insurance specialist Rafael Corzo and head of tax Rocío Liu, acted for Intercorp Financial Services on its $268m acquisition of Peruvian insurance and mortgage companies Seguros Sura and Hipotecaria Sura from Sura Asset Management and Group Wiese respectively. The department’s six corporate and M&A-focused partners also include: the ‘very sharpBruno Amiel, who has a ‘strong character which is perfect in a tough negotiation environment’; Nathalie Paredes, who led TC Latin America Partners on its acquisition of Villa en El Polo real estate project, comprising the construction of 941 apartments in Lima; and Anahi Com. The 20-strong associate bench includes María Pía Talavera, who ‘stands out’ for her ‘relevant legal advice’. Clients include Telefónica del Perú, International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Mexican pharmaceutical, Laboratorios Sanfer.

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Within: Insurance

Miranda & Amado fields a strong team in this area, which provides ‘very solid advice and expertise’ and is closely linked to its market-leading finance practice. Rafael Corzo has ‘deep knowledge’ and leads the practice alongside Anahi Com; while of counsel Eduardo Wiese and associate José Villafuerte provide regulatory know-how. The team is lead counsel to one of the two most dominant insurers in the Peruvian market, RIMAC Seguros, and gained Intercorp Financial Services/Interseguro Compañía de Seguros and Belcorp International as new clients this year. Matters included assisting the Peruvian Association of Insurance Companies (APESEG) with the drafting of new regulations for insurance coverage of the private pension system.

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