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Guyer & Regules

PLAZA INDEPENDENCIA 811, 11100 MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY
Tel:
Work +598 2902 1515
Email:
Web:
www.guyer.com.uy
Maldonado, Montevideo, Zonamerica
Guyer & Regules, Corina Bove, Montevideo, URUGUAY

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Corina Bove

Tel:
Work (598) 2902 1515 ext. 189
Email:
Web:
www.guyer.com.uy
Guyer & Regules

Work Department

Corporate / M&A and Banking

Position

Corina Bove, lawyer, is a Partner at Guyer & Regules and specializes in corporate and banking matters. Her practice includes participation in mergers and acquisitions, public and private securities' offerings, project finance as well as corporate and banking law. She also assists clients on trust matters, mainly those related to financial transactions and M&A. 

Career

Corina has been recognized by international legal publications such as “Chambers & Partners” and “Legal 500” for her performance in Corporate/M&A matters. Selected by daily “El Observador” (2013) among the 50 most influential women in Uruguay and by Latin Lawyer (2013) among the 50 most inspiring women in Law in Latin America, and has been a speaker in several conferences in Uruguay and abroad. Within the firm, Corina acts as mentor for young women lawyers and leads the internal committee on women in the profession. She is also very active in several pro-bono initiatives, including those related to childhood and education.

Languages

Spanish, English and basic French

Member

Member of the board of directors and executive committee of World Services Group, and member of the International Bar Association.

Education

Corina is a Fulbright Scholar (2000, LASPAU) and is dual-qualified and admitted to practice Law both in Uruguay and New York. Academic and professional experience abroad: Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, 2001 New York Bar Examination, July 2001 LLM, Georgetown University Law Center (2000-2001)


Uruguay

Corporate/M&A

Within: Leading lawyers

Corina Bove - Guyer & Regules

Within: Corporate/M&A

The ‘experienced and client-focused’ practice at Guyer & Regules finds favour for its ability to ‘foster good relationships with everyone, including counterparties and state agencies’. Clients also appreciate its ‘very broad scope of advice’, ‘effective execution of cross-border transactions’ and ‘timely response times’. The team, which handles a comprehensive spread of corporate finance, M&A and regulatory matters, is led jointly by high-profile sector specialist Nicolás Herrera, who is ‘still the best in his field’, Nicolás Piaggio and Álvaro Tarabal. In a key highlight, Piaggio and Herrera paired up to assist Chilean casino operator Enjoy with its $173.1m acquisition of the remaining stake in Baluma. Other recent work includes Piaggio and Corina Bove’s advice to Bacardi-Martini on the sale of its Uruguayan operations to a subsidiary of Cepas Group; while on the regulatory side, ‘rising star’ Javier Berdaguer advised Terminales Graneleras Uruguayas on contract renegotiations following the implementation of a new phytosanitary protocol between Uruguay and China. Diego Baldomir, who is ‘very experienced’, and senior associate Guzmán Rodríguez are also noted.

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