Jorge Allende > CMS Carey & Allende > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
CMS Carey & Allende Offices
Avda. Costanera Sur 2730, Piso 9
Parque Titanium, Las Condes
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Corporate/M&A, Energy, Mining, Infrastructure & Projects
Jorge is a senior partner and head of the Mining and Energy & Climate Change teams and co-head of Infrastructure & Projects team for CMS Carey & Allende. He also is very active within the Corporate/M&A practice group.
He advises several national and multinational companies in the mining, engineering and construction, energy and natural resources industries. He also has extensive experience in project finance and M&A transactions, particularly in the areas mentioned.
Previously, as member of the board of large companies and knowing the private-sector needs from the inside, he has advised clients in connection with numerous large-scale mining projects in Chile since 1990, including the negotiation of multimillion-dollar EPC and EPCM contracts, acquisition of large mining concessions, foreign investment contracts and project finance deals.
Key clients: Inversiones Alxar (Empresas Copec’s mining assets company), Worley Chile S.A. (former Jacobs Chile), Elecnor (Spain), Nol-Tec Chile, Enagás (Spain), AECOM.
1993 Founded Carey & Allende (since 2017 CMS Carey & Allende)
1995-1998 Managing Partner of the firm
2015 – to date oversees Pro Bono at CMS Carey & Allende
2017 Appointed as Chair of the CMS Latin America Steering Committee
Spanish and English
- Jorge is an arbitrator, member of the Centre for Mediation and Arbitration of the Commerce Chamber of Santiago (CAM), the main organisation dedicated to arbitration in Chile
- Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
- International Bar Association (IBA/SERRIL)
- Chilean Bar Association
1978 – Master of Arts (M.A.), Fletcher School of Law
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- Corporate and M&A
- Labour and employment
- Energy and natural resources > Mining
- Real estate
- Venture capital
- Banking and finance
- Data privacy
- Projects and infrastructure
- Capital markets
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Intellectual property
- Energy and natural resources > Electricity and hydrocarbon