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DEL ANTIGUO HOSPITAL MILITAR, 1C AL NORTE, 10VRS ABAJO, EDIFICIO CONSORTIUM LEGAL, MANAGUA, NICARAGUA
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Work +504 221 1002
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Consortium Legal, José Evenor Taboada, Managua, NICARAGUA

José Evenor Taboada

Tel:
Work +505 22545454
Email:
Web:
www.consortiumlegal.com
Consortium Legal

Work Department

Banking & Finance/Regulated Sector

Position

President and Partner

Career

José Evenor Taboada is the President of Consortium Legal. He has more than 47 years of legal practice. His professional experience includes legal services to the Nicaraguan government in negotiations on foreign debt with major commercial banks, the IDB, the World Bank and the IMF, as well as the Paris Club. In private practice he has been legal counsel for some of the largest acquisitions of companies as well as the privatization of public utilities such as the telephone and the electricity company; he has acted as legal advisor to large companies, including local and international companies such as Wal-Mart, General Electric, Sony, Caterpillar, Phillip Morris, Citi, GE Finance and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI). As well as many of the largest local businesses, including banks, utilities and generators, telecommunications and mining.

Mr. Taboada has been President of the Central Bank of Nicaragua and Financial Investments. He has also been a member of the board of directors of the Superintendence of Banks and Financial Institutions.

He also is currently Honorary Consul of Great Britain and Honorary Consul of Sweden. President of service institutions such as Unirse (Nicaraguan Union for Corporate Social Responsibility) and Teleton (in support of children with disabilities), director of other organizations: Funides (Think Tank for the economic and social development of Nicaragua; ex-president from 2013 to 2015) and Operation Smile.

He was awarded in 2014 the Lifetime Achievement Award by Chambers & Partners for his outstanding legal career.

Languages

Spanish, English

Member

International Bar Association (IBA).

American Bar Association (ABA).

State Capital.

World Services Group (WSG).

Education

  • Cornell University; J.S.D., Doctor of the Science of Laws, (1976).
  • Harvard Law School and Yale Law School, different course in the Program of Instructions for Lawyers (PIL).
  • Internee of the Comparative Program United Nations, Columbia University.
  • Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law (1974).
  • Georgetown Law Center (1973).
  • Attorney, Universidad de Chile, (1969).

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