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Enrique Felices

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Miranda & Amado

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Lawyer from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), where he graduated with maximum honors, he holds a LL.M. from Yale Law School (1997). Was a partner at Miranda & Amado between 2000 and 2016, when he left the firm to serve as Chief of Advisors to the Peruvian Prime Minister (2016-2017) and later as Special Presidential Envoy to the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development – OECD in Paris (2017).  He rejoined Miranda & Amado as a partner in 2018. He has been President of Alianza Pro Bono, Peru’s pro bono clearinghouse (2013-2016), member of the Executive Committee and of the Board of Directors of Enseña Perú (Peru´s local chapter of Teach for All) (2013-2016), and member of the Board of COFIDE, Peru’s development bank (2016-2017). He received the Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year in Latin America Award by Latin Lawyer (2014). Prior to joining Miranda & Amado he was an associate with the law firm of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, in New York (1997-2000) and Technical Secretary of the Unfair Competition Commission at INDECOPI (1995-1996).  His profesional practice focuses on infrastructure project development and financing, multilateral and corporate financing, capital markets, regulation and competition law, and has participated in several of the most important transactions and cases carried out in Peru in the past years. He is a frequent lecturer in matters of his profesional practice in Peru and abroad.


Spanish, English


  • Masters’ degree (LL.M.) from Yale Law School (1997)
  • Pontifica Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), Lawyer


Competition and antitrust

Within: Competition and antitrust

Miranda & Amadopossesses an in-depth knowledge of the local legal framework relating to antitrust issues’, particularly since the return of ‘great antitrust lawyerEnrique Felices from his government role, who brings ‘additional credibility with clients’ and provides a ‘boost to an otherwise young and dynamic team. He joins head of department Luis Vinatea. A stellar client list includes Philip Morris International and Toyota del Perú, which the firm advise on daily matters, and Telefónica del Perú, which it is representing in an abuse of dominant position complaint. The team endured four non-partner level departures to in-house roles, including highly-rated counsel Alfonso Rivera.

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Projects and infrastructure

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Enrique Felices - Miranda & Amado

Within: Projects and infrastructure

Miranda & Amado is a heavyweight in the sector, providing ‘superb service delivery’ that is ‘super responsive’ and ‘commercial’. A regular in key matters, it recently acted for Banco Santander and Corporación Andina de Fomento (CAF) on its $183m loan to Terminal Portuario Paracas for the development and upgrade of Puerto General San Martín de Pisco project. Past matters also included advice to Minera Las Bambas on the $131m credit facility for PeruRail to build a transfer station in Pillones (for the transportation of copper to the port of Matarani) and acting for Petróleos del Perú on the project development and financing for the modernisation and expansion of the Talara crude oil refinery. The practice is co-lead by energy experts Luis Marcelo De-Bernardis, who has ‘an incredible wealth of knowledge’; and the ‘very intelligent and analytical’ Alberto Delgado. Jorge Córdova moved to DLA Piper Peru, but Enrique Felices re-joined the firm following two years’ absence undertaking senior roles within the government and the OECD.

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