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Pérez Bustamante & Ponce

Ecuador > Banking and finance Tier 1

Pérez Bustamante & Ponce maintains its standing as a leader in the banking and finance space, characterised by considerable knowledge of complex loans, regulated sectors, innovative products, multilateral lending, sophisticated structures and a variety of market-defining transactions. The practice, which is led by Bruno Pineda, a renowned name in the market for complex operations with capital markets, insurance, fiduciary and regulatory components, has an impressive client portfolio featuring the likes of Inter-American Development Bank, LATAM Airlines and Banco Pichincha. The firm’s cutting-edge offering is most recently evidenced by the team’s representation of International Finance Corporation and Inter-American Development Bank in their purchase of gender bonds issued by Banco Pichincha. At the senior associate level, Juan Francisco Simone stands out for his ability to navigate the fintech and insurtech sectors, noted for regulatory matters, while Adriana Orellana's practice focuses on dispute resolution in particular. Pablo Ortiz is another well-known practitioner, having formerly acted as Ecuador’s ambassador in Belgium and the European Union; he is sought by clients in the finance, aviation and media sectors to tackle corporate, commercial and regulatory issues.

Practice head(s):

Bruno Pineda


‘In my opinion they have the most complete team in the country. Experts in all possible areas, which means that any requirement is fulfilled in the most efficient way.’

‘Juan Francisco Simone has extensive experience before the central bank of Ecuador. His past experience in these institutions makes Juan a great support. He has a much higher knowledge of state financial control structures than other lawyers.’

Key clients

International Finance Corporation

Inter-American Development Bank

Inter-American Investment Bank


Corporación Andina de Fomento



LATAM Airlines

International Finance Corporation

Banco Pichincha

Work highlights

  • Retained by International Finance Corporation and Inter-American Investment Bank to advise on the purchase of gender bonds issued by Banco Pichincha in the Ecuadorian Stock Market Senior.
  • Advised Inter-American Investment Bank on the financing of a mortgage portfolio securitisation by CTH in the Ecuadorian Stock Market.
  • Advised Banco Pichincha on the launch of its second Diversified Payment Rights’ Future Flow DPR Programme, under a total amount of $300m.

Ecuador > Competition and antitrust Tier 1

Pérez Bustamante & Ponce continues to demonstrate its wide-ranging capabilities in competition and antitrust matters, assisting regional and global clients in their navigation of cases before the Competition Authority regarding merger control, cartels, abuse of dominance, unfair competition, state aid and litigation proceedings. The highly specialised team, which is led by cross-border specialist Diego Pérez Ordoñez, recently acted on behalf of Telxius and Telefónica, notifying the authority of the sale of approximately 10% of its submarine cable business to Pontegadea. Supporting Pérez Ordoñez in this matter and active on the full spectrum of antitrust issues is director Mario Navarrete Serrano – promoted in October 2022 – with the duo also advising Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes and Avianca on their combining into Abra Group, now one of the largest airlines in Latin America. Senior associate Andrés Rubio Puente is another standout for merger filings and investigations. Karla Barona joined in December 2022 from AB Inbev to strengthen the practice.

Practice head(s):

Diego Pérez Ordóñez


‘The PBP team works in a coordinated and orderly manner. Its strengths are excellent response times and client service. We have not found anyone in the region who is capable of providing such high-quality services.’

‘Both Diego Pérez and Mario Navarrete are extremely capable, efficient and talented lawyers who managed to exceed our expectations in the work we have entrusted to them.’

‘Mario Navarrete is an excellent professional and a leading competition lawyer in Latin America.’

Key clients


GOL Linhas Aéreas

Telefónica and Telxius


A.P. Møller


Hamburg Süd

Work highlights

  • Advised Telxius and Telefónica on the sale of approximately 10% of its submarine cable business to Pontegadea.
  • Represented Mærsk and Hamburg Süd in a case relating to the Ecuadorian Competition Authority, which alleged that their vertical integration allows them to leverage their market power in maritime transport to land transport.
  • Advised Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes and Avianca on their combining into a common holding company, Abra Group, and on the notification of economic concentration in Ecuador, obtaining an unconditional clearance for the transaction.

Ecuador > Corporate and M&A Tier 1

Diego Pérez Ordoñez and Juan Manuel Marchán head the team at Pérez Bustamante & Ponce, which ‘stands out for its prompt responses and its ability to provide useful and practical solutions’. Marchán is described by one client as ‘always available to resolve concerns and provide quality advice‘, and Ordóñez stands out for his track record in M&A, having been involved in many of Ecuador’s landmark transactions. The group adopts a cross-practice approach and collaborates with the firm’s antitrust, tax, labour and litigation teams. At associate level, Andrés Brown-Pérez is the name to note; his previous stint at an international firm’s M&A department is an asset to the firm when handling cross-border transactions. Since publication, Brown-Pérez has been raised to the partnership - effective as of January 2024.

Practice head(s):

Diego Pérez Ordóñez; Juan Manuel Marchán


‘It is a team that is very present and available. They provided quality advice in the framework of a transaction that involved several jurisdictions. They stand out for their prompt responses and the ability to provide useful and practical solutions.’

‘The availability and attention to detail stands out. In the specific case of Juan Manuel Marchán, he was always available to resolve our concerns and provide quality advice.’

‘Top level professionals. Triple A people: Diego Pérez Ordóñez and Juan Manuel Marchán.’

‘Proactive, high quality.’

Key clients






Abercrombie and Kent

Prosegur Cash

International Schools Partnership

LATAM Airlines

Work highlights

  • Advised LATAM Airlines Group and LATAM-Airlines Ecuador with regard to Ecuadorian law guarantees in the context of DIP financing within the scope of the insolvency proceedings under Chapter 11.
  • Co-advising Abercrombie and Kent on the acquisition of Opergal and its six Ecuadorian subsidiaries.
  • Advised Spanish transnational corporation Prosegur Cash on the acquisition of a 85% equity interest in Representaciones Ordoñez y Negrete in Stage 1 and the remaining 15% in Stage 2.

Ecuador > Dispute resolution Tier 1

Rodrigo Jijón-Letort, Juan Manuel Marchán and Edgar Ulloa Balladares lead Pérez Bustamante & Ponce's dispute resolution team, which is 'uniquely suited to represent US-based companies and other multinational corporations facing the most complex and significant disputes in Ecuador' and has 'decades of experience handling complex, cross-border litigation and international arbitration'. The group's expertise also include mediation and crisis management, while -bolstered by Marchán’s experience- it's capabilities in the energy and infrastructure sectors are particuarly noteworthy. Jijón-Letort too, is highlighted and can draw on over 40 years' experience in international and domestic litigation and arbitration. At associate level, public law specialist senior José David Ortiz is a key member of the group’s constitutional litigation practice; and fellow senior Maria Teresa Borja is also a noteworthy member of the team. Since publication, Ortiz and the litigation-focused Patricio Quevedo-Vergara have both been raised to the partnership - effective as of January 2024.

Practice head(s):

Rodrigo Jijón-Letort; Juan Manuel Marchán; Edgar Ulloa


‘The team is uniquely suited to represent US-based companies and other multinational corporations facing the most complex and significant disputes in Ecuador. PBP’s disputes lawyers, ably led by senior litigation partner Rodrigo Jijón-Letort, have decades of experience handling complex, cross-border litigation and international arbitration. The depth and quality of their legal analyses are second to none, their legal writing (in English and Spanish) is clear and concise. Their diligence, responsiveness and timeliness are outstanding, and their judgment is impeccable.’

‘They are excellent strategists, creative thinkers, and practical problem-solvers who understand their clients’ businesses. My go-to firm for significant, actual or potential litigation in Ecuador.’

‘The group is incredibly responsive to a client’s needs, regardless of complexity of the issues or urgency of the matter. Rodrigo Jijón-Letort in particular is a stellar lawyer, always approaching each matter with critical and strategic thinking, creative and practical problem-solving, and excellent judgement. He has assembled an outstanding team, including Edgar Ulloa, who are well-trained, responsive, thoughtful, strong legal analysts and clear writers. They are able to communicate effectively in Spanish or English. I have worked with many other law firms and other lawyers in Ecuador, and none has measured up to the level of excellence consistently displayed by this firm’s dispute resolution team.’

Key clients

Banco Pichincha

Andes Petroleum

Hospital Metropolitano



Exploraciones Novomining




Tata Consultancy Services

Work highlights

  • Represented Otecel in six arbitration proceedings and annulment actions against Arcotel.
  • Advised Banco Pichincha on a variety of civil litigations including responding to civil damages claims.
  • Advising the Swedish Export Credit Agency (EKN) on a $1m dispute over a breach of contract by a local contractor pursuant to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.

Ecuador > Energy and natural resources Tier 1

Partners Francisco Roldán-Cobo, Sebastián Pérez-Arteta, Jaime Zaldumbide and Sebastián Cortez, along with associate director María Isabel Aillón, co-lead Pérez Bustamante & Ponce's energy group, which ‘helps solve complex problems’ and shows a ‘solid knowledge of the management of government relations’. In addition to regularly handling mining and oil and gas work, the team has seen an uptick in the number of electricity and renewable energy matters, areas of growth for the country more widely. The group’s multidisciplinary approach means it is able to provide clients with tax, labour, environmental, finance, M&A and contractual advice. In June 2022, Patricio Albuja returned to the firm as a senior associate after a period in-house, further bolstering the group’s energy offering. Since publication, Aillón has been raised to the partnership

Practice head(s):

Francisco Roldán Cobo; Sebastián Pérez Arteta; Jaime Zaldumbide; Sebastián Cortez; María Isabel Aillón


‘Strong capacity for synthesis. They look at the bigger picture.’ 

‘Solid knowledge of the management of government relations, and they understand the socio-political context of the country. They help solve complex problems.’

‘Wide and deep experience in different national and international aspects. responsiveness and closeness to the client.’

‘They are extraordinary because they have acquired great experience in a multitude of activities and transactions in the sector, which makes their advice very very practical.’

Key clients





Work highlights

  • Advised Codelco on a joint venture with the Republic of Ecuador, including advice on shareholder rights, structuring in accordance with local mining law, potential tax implications and constitutional considerations.
  • Advising Grupo Cobra on the 110MW Villonaco wind farm project concession awarded to it.
  • Retained by Neoen to conduct a legal risk analysis of all tender documents in relation to a public tender by the Ministry of Energy calling for a 500MW renewable energy project.

Ecuador > Labour and employment Tier 1

Pérez Bustamante & Ponce demonstrates the ability to advise high-profile clients in the healthcare, manufacturing, technology, mining and oil sectors across the full spectrum of labour law mandates. Key areas of expertise for the group include social security, immigration, collective bargaining agreements and day-to-day strategic advice. With seasoned litigator Javier Salvador at the forefront of the offering, the team showcases strong capabilities in disputes, evidenced by its recent assistance to Solgold in an administrative lawsuit against the Social Security Institute for alleged non-compliance with payments to temporary community workers and relevant sanctions. Practice director Belén Jaramillo Álvarez is another standout for administrative and labour litigation, particularly in relation to the retail, food and beverage, and hospitality industries. A recent arrival from Robalino, senior associate Esteban Baquero supports on litigation proceedings, and the arrival of associates Daniela Cazar from Robalino and Gabriela Díaz from Bustamante Fabara are also key developments within the practice. Since publication, Jaramillo Álvarez has left the firm - effective as of January 2024.

Practice head(s):

Javier Salvador


‘The firm has many areas in which it stands out, labour being one of the areas in which we receive the most support. They not only provide you with general advice, but also analyse your business situation, which makes their advice more comprehensive.’

‘I believe that they provide added value compared to other firms. Their support is permanent. They propose avant-garde themes that are very attached to the business strategy that we manage.’

‘The warmth of the people and their level of service is of high performance.’

‘The labour department is well prepared and has good advisors. What sets them apart from other firms is their dedication, the generation of trust that they immediately achieve with the in-house staff, and their follow-up on the issue. The advice does not end with the answer, they are concerned that you have had a good result.’

‘I like that aside from being good professionals, they are excellent human beings. Belén Jaramillo’s advice is vital for our business.’

‘It has special knowledge of the market, beyond what is legal, together with technical knowledge.’

‘Javier Salvador has very good availability and is easy to communicate with.’

Key clients

Lundin Gold

Prysmian Group



Falcon Farms






Work highlights

  • Represented SolGold in an administrative lawsuit against the Social Security Institute for sanctions imposed due to alleged non-compliance with social security payments for temporary community workers.
  • Defended Hoteles Decameron Ecuador in a labour lawsuit filed by a former employee arguing the payment received for his dismissal did not comply with local law.
  • Advising Falconfarms Ecuador on all labour-related matters including a restructuration, with the implementation of a new type of contracts.

Ecuador > Real estate Tier 1

Pérez Bustamante & Ponce offers a full-service approach to clients seeking advice on large-scale regional and international projects, benefiting from a deep bench with considerable knowledge of infrastructure, leases, energy-related projects, concessions and public permit matters. Within these fields of expertise, the group handles matters pertaining to land and plot acquisitions as well as connected planning and tax issues. Sandra Reed, who has a 20-year track record in navigating project finance and public-private partnerships mandates, leads the team alongside Diego Pérez Ordoñez and Juan Manuel Marchán, names to note for the implementation of lease and concession agreements and the management of PPPs, respectively. The team, which also features director of the Guayaquil office Nicolás Maldonado, offers continuous support to Corporación Quiport, acting as a trusted advisor in all matters related to the construction and operation of the new Quito International Airport.

Practice head(s):

Sandra Reed; Diego Pérez Ordóñez; Juan Manuel Marchán


‘The PBP team is a top-level multidisciplinary team.’

‘They have extensive knowledge of the client’s business and the regulations that affect our operations. We love that it is a diverse and highly specialised team. There are expert lawyers in each practice area advising you and I believe that this is the main added value. You do not have the same partner advising you in all areas, but a true specialty and a lot of sophistication.’

‘The firm has high-quality lawyers and a lot of sophistication. Juan Manuel Marchán is undoubtedly a local benchmark for complex transactional issues and real estate. He is a lawyer with a great understanding of the market and has been an invaluable support for the operation. Nicolás Maldonado has accompanied us in a super efficient way in the day-to-day operations of the company.’

Key clients




Corporación Quiport

Philip Morris


Work highlights

  • Advising VGMobility Services on its potential participation in the public tender process launched by Guayaquil’s Municipal Transit Agency for the selection of an operator for Troncal 3 of the Metrovía.
  • Advised Sika Ecuatoriana on a plan to start a project for a new processing plant in Ecuador.
  • Advising Synlab on the acquisition of laboratories throughout Ecuador, including drafting purchase agreements, lease agreements and other similar agreements.

Ecuador > Tax Tier 1

Pérez Bustamante & Ponce continues to solidify its standing as a leader in the Ecuadorian market, with a tax department sought by leading food and beverage, oil and gas, retail, mining and consumer market clients. The team sources expertise from offices in Guayaquil and Quito to advise clients on their navigation of tax reforms and tax structurings as well as proceedings in front of the Tax District Court and National Court of Justice. The retention of clients such as Belcorp and Adelca means the team is regularly engaged to advise on relevant issues. Juan Gabriel Reyes spearheads the firm’s offering in the field, recognised in particular for his role in tax planning, an area of specialisation supplemented by his expertise in administrative and judicial tax claims. Carmen Simone-Lasso supports these efforts, applying knowledge of customs and international trade law issues, working alongside Juan Francisco Carrasco, who is active in advising companies in the energy, telecoms and infrastructure sectors. Other standout practitioners include directors Nicolás Maldonado-Zambrano and Alejandro Páez-Vallejo (with the latter promoted to the position in October 2022), handling family estate protection and tax optimisation matters, respectively. Jeannette Jarrin-Sevilla is also recommended for her work on double taxation avoidance agreements and corporate restructurings.

Practice head(s):

Juan Gabriel Reyes


‘The tax team has extensive knowledge of Ecuador’s tax regulations and the Agreements to Avoid Double Taxation that the country has signed with other countries. This knowledge, added to the vast understanding they have regarding the industry, is excellent. Their extensive experience also adds to the prestige they have in the market.’

‘Juan Gabriel Reyes and Juan Francisco Carrasco provide us with a high-quality service. They show that they are aware of our needs and are ready to accompany us in the design and redesign of strategies that allow the company to optimise its tax burden. Their work shows the passion they have for what they do and for the service to the client, two characteristics that make them worthy of our trust and wide recommendation.’

Key clients

Liberty Seguros








Life for Tires

Work highlights

  • Advising Grupo Transbel in order to disprove an FY 2018 income tax assessment.
  • Acted on behalf of Unicomer in relation to an assessment by the Ecuadorian tax authority surrounding a solidarity contribution made in 2016.
  • Advised Consorcio Petrolero Bloque 16 on a witholding tax refund claim requiring financial and tax analyses.

Ecuador > Intellectual property Tier 2

The IP practice at Pérez Bustamante & Ponce continues to expand its offering in the patents, copyright and trade mark spaces, where it acts for companies operating in the cosmetics, food and beverage, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and luxury goods industries. Francisco Pérez draws from 27 years of experience managing trade mark portfolios and handling complex IP litigation to steer the team alongside the highly regarded Margarita Romero, who joined from Romero Corral Abogados in April 2023. The group demonstrates further capabilities in plant variety protection, industrial design, anti-counterfeiting and customs matters; a recent highlight for the group was its representation of Jaguar Land Rover in relation to its Jaguar trade mark. Pérez is supported by a team of senior associates, with infringement litigation expert Rafael González and portfolio management specialists Camila Mateus, who was promoted in April 2022, and Alysa Arcos standing out.

Practice head(s):

Francisco Pérez Gangotena; Margarita Romero


‘It is a firm with a long-held tradition in this area. It is well managed and efficient. Lawyers provide a good service within the quality standards of the country.’

‘They stand out for having a good follow-up on the issues and a quick response within the standards. Camila Mateus is our main contact at the firm and she does a good job.’

‘PBP has exceptional knowledge regarding trade mark prosecution and litigation issues in Ecuador. The team with which we have worked have always shown that they know how IP issues work in Ecuador, demonstrating that there is coherence between their recommendations and the results.’

‘Definitely what makes PBP exceptional is the quality of the recommendations they have when advising our company regarding the knowledge of the operation of the IP Law in Ecuador. Camila Mateus is a key associate for the team who always has the best of dispositions and answers our queries in a timely manner, with a focus on solutions. She is always willing to collaborate with us.’

‘It is a team that knows a lot about our business and the way we work, contributing with analysis and revisions to all the material that we launch to the market with ideas and legal contributions that make the launch of new products and services safer and clearer for the client.’

‘Francisco Perez, Rafael Gonzalez, Camila Mateus and Alisa Arcos are a team of lawyers who are committed to the work we need and have many years of experience. They have very good response times and focus on client needs.

Key clients


AB InBev Group

American Airlines

NG Gaming


Marriott International

Brother Industries



Sunnova Energy Corporation

Work highlights

  • Advised Beverage Brand & Patents Company on its application for Nuestra Siembra in International Class 32, which Gaseosas Colombianas opposed, leading to a cancellation action.
  • Acted on behalf of Jaguar Land Rover in relation to the recognition of a trade mark by the Brazilian Authority and Court of Justice of the Andean Community.
  • Advising Pronanca on actions for systematic copy, bad faith and unfair competition as well as annulment actions against Bioalimentar.

PBP is the largest full-service law firm in Ecuador, consistently considered a leader in the legal market and a trusted advisor for national and international clients. It has offices in Quito and Guayaquil and outreach throughout Ecuador.

PBP endeavors to understand clients’ challenges and needs. Its multi-practice teams and has an in-depth understanding of the specific challenges of each sector. This has been evidenced by PBP`s track record as a reliable legal advisor for most of the important projects that have taken place in Ecuador, as well as the most significant transactions.

PBP’s team has both local and international experience. Several members have attended renowned local and international universities and have worked at first-rate law firms around the world. Furthermore, a number of its attorneys have been admitted to practice in the State of New York, District of Columbia, Spain, Chile, Colombia and other jurisdictions.

PBP has steadily been honored as Ecuadorian Firm of the Year by several rankings and publications in the last decade.

PBP believes that pro bono work is inseparable from the practice of law. In 1987, it founded Fundación Fabián Ponce Ordóñez to coordinate and optimise the firm’s pro bono resources and maximise its scope.

PBP strives to be an increasingly inclusive firm and endeavors to promote the leadership and professional development of women.

Main areas of practice
PBP offers a comprehensive portfolio of international services:

International arbitration: the highly specialized team has extensive experience in ICSID and ICC cases.

Tax: PBP’s tax unit is one of its core practice areas. With a multidisciplinary focus it provides private and corporate clients with tax advice, planning and representation in litigation and claims.

Banking, finance and insurance: the firm assists foreign and local banks and multilaterals and insurers and reinsurers in their activities in Ecuador.

Energy and natural resources: PBP has led the negotiation, signing and implementation of major projects in Ecuador’s oil, gas, mining, hydroelectric and alternative energy industries.

Mergers and acquisitions: the firm is at the forefront of structuring and executing mergers and acquisitions. It actively participates in multinational teams and work closely with international law firms.

Infrastructure and project finance: infrastructure has been a very active area for PBP during recent years, especially regarding greenfield and public-private partnership projects.

Competition and antitrust: the team specializes in merger control authorizations and in non-transactional work, including investigations, due diligence and litigation before the local antitrust authority.

Compliance and anti-corruption: PBP is a pioneer in the region in this area. It advises local and foreign clients in all compliance matters, including design and implementation of compliance programs, pre-acquisition corruption risk assessments, compliance due diligence, internal investigations, remediation and litigation.

Labor and immigration: PBP advises clients on how to face and adapt to the growing demands of recently enacted regulations in this area, including employment, social security and immigration issues.

Intellectual property: PBP’s IP practice combines a long track record with a dynamic and up-to-date team of experts. It is best known for handling local and/or foreign trademark portfolios, dispute resolution and IP due diligence processes.

Department Name Email Telephone
Commercial/M&A Diego Pérez-Ordóñez dperez@pbplaw.com +5932 382-7640 ext 7867
Energy Sebastián Pérez-Arteta sperez@pbplaw.com +5932 382-7640 ext 7829
Litigation/ADR Rodrigo Jijón rjijon@pbplaw.com +5932 382-7640 ext 7834
Tax Juan Gabriel Reyes jreyes@pbplaw.com +5932 382-7640 ext 7832
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Roxana Aguirre-Avilés photo Roxana Aguirre-Avilés Partner
Maria Isabel Aillon-Vasconez photo Maria Isabel Aillon-Vasconez Director
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Adriana Campaña-Endara photo Adriana Campaña-Endara Associate
Roberto Carmigniani-Valencia photo Roberto Carmigniani-Valencia Partner
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David Carrera-Dávila photo David Carrera-Dávila Senior Associate
Olga Castro photo Olga Castro Associate
Daniela Cazar-Montalvo photo Daniela Cazar-Montalvo Associate
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Ana Victoria Cedeño-Salavarria photo Ana Victoria Cedeño-Salavarria Associate
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Juan Carlos Darquea-Suárez photo Juan Carlos Darquea-Suárez Senior Associate
Carlos Fernando Dassum-Barrera photo Carlos Fernando Dassum-Barrera Senior Associate
Juan Sebastián Del Castillo photo Juan Sebastián Del Castillo Associate
Gabriela Díaz-Lozano photo Gabriela Díaz-Lozano Associate
Daniel Dziouba photo Daniel Dziouba Partner
Alondra Escovar-Páez photo Alondra Escovar-Páez Associate
María Francisca Gallegos-Anda photo María Francisca Gallegos-Anda Senior Associate
Gianella Gallegos-Santos photo Gianella Gallegos-Santos Senior Associate
Rafael Gónzalez-Gómez de la Torre photo Rafael Gónzalez-Gómez de la Torre Senior Associate
Miguel  González-Ramírez photo Miguel González-Ramírez Senior Associate
María Rosa Guerra photo María Rosa Guerra Partner
Mateo Guevara photo Mateo Guevara Associate
Carlos Izquierdo photo Carlos Izquierdo Associate
Paula Jácome-Sanango photo Paula Jácome-Sanango Associate
Javier Jaramillo-Troya photo Javier Jaramillo-Troya Director
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Alegría Jijón-Andrade photo Alegría Jijón-Andrade Director
Rodrigo Jijón-Letort photo Rodrigo Jijón-Letort Partner
Estefania Lopez-Verdu photo Estefania Lopez-Verdu Director
Guillermo Maldonado-Carbo photo Guillermo Maldonado-Carbo Associate
Samantha Maldonado-Coronel photo Samantha Maldonado-Coronel Senior Associate
Nicolás Maldonado-Zambrano photo Nicolás Maldonado-Zambrano Director
Norela Malo-Villagómez photo Norela Malo-Villagómez Senior Associate
Juan Manuel Marchán-Maldonado photo Juan Manuel Marchán-Maldonado Partner
Camila Mateus-Villagómez photo Camila Mateus-Villagómez Senior Associate
Santiago Miño-Pérez photo Santiago Miño-Pérez Associate
Francesco Molestina-Neumane photo Francesco Molestina-Neumane Senior Associate
Mario Navarrete-Serrano photo Mario Navarrete-Serrano Director
David Noel photo David Noel Associate
Adriana Orellana-Ubidia photo Adriana Orellana-Ubidia Senior Associate
Esteban Ortiz photo Esteban Ortiz Partner
José David Ortiz-Custodio photo José David Ortiz-Custodio Director
Alejandro Páez-Vallejo photo Alejandro Páez-Vallejo Director
Diego Palacios-Brito photo Diego Palacios-Brito Partner
Pedro Manuel Pérez photo Pedro Manuel Pérez Partner
Ricardo Pérez-Ararrázabal photo Ricardo Pérez-Ararrázabal Senior Associate
Sebastián Pérez-Arteta photo Sebastián Pérez-Arteta Managing Partner
Francisco Pérez-Gangotena photo Francisco Pérez-Gangotena Partner
Diego Pérez-Ordoñez photo Diego Pérez-Ordoñez   Partner – Professional Manager
Bruno Pineda-Cordero photo Bruno Pineda-Cordero Partner
Juan Domingo Ponce-Caffarena photo Juan Domingo Ponce-Caffarena Associate
José Proaño Bustamante photo José Proaño Bustamante Partner
Patricio Quevedo-Vergara photo Patricio Quevedo-Vergara Director
Sandra Reed-Serrano photo Sandra Reed-Serrano Partner
Eduardo Regalado-Mantilla photo Eduardo Regalado-Mantilla Associate
Juan Gabriel Reyes-Varea photo Juan Gabriel Reyes-Varea   Partner
Francisco Roldán-Cobo photo Francisco Roldán-Cobo Partner
Margarita Romero-Rosales photo Margarita Romero-Rosales Partner
Andrés Rubio-Puente photo Andrés Rubio-Puente Senior Associate
Max Salcedo-Guzmán photo Max Salcedo-Guzmán Senior Associate
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María Elena Sanmartín-González photo María Elena Sanmartín-González Associate
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Tatiana Silva-Rubio photo Tatiana Silva-Rubio Associate
Juan Francisco Simone-Lasso photo Juan Francisco Simone-Lasso Director
Carmen Simone-Lasso photo Carmen Simone-Lasso   Partner
Doménica Sotomayor-González photo Doménica Sotomayor-González Associate
José Luis Toledo-Aguilar photo José Luis Toledo-Aguilar Associate
Edgar Ulloa-Balladares photo Edgar Ulloa-Balladares Partner
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Camila Valdez-González photo Camila Valdez-González Associate
Carlos Vallejo-Barahona photo Carlos Vallejo-Barahona Associate
Gabriel Vela-Tamayo photo Gabriel Vela-Tamayo Associate
Ricardo Velasco-Cuesta photo Ricardo Velasco-Cuesta Director
Jaime Zaldumbide-Serrano photo Jaime Zaldumbide-Serrano Partner
Hugo  Zambrano-Segarra photo Hugo Zambrano-Segarra Associate
Miguel Ángel Zumba photo Miguel Ángel Zumba Associate
Partners : 25
Other fee-earners : 70