Fermín Caride > Bomchil > Buenos Aires, Argentina > Lawyer Profile

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    • Fermín Caride is a partner in the Financial Services and Capital Markets department.


      His practice focuses on corporate financing, investment projects and capital markets transactions, specializing in stock market and banking regulations. He regularly handles summary financial, exchange and stock market proceedings before the Argentine Central Bank, the National Securities Commission and other share markets. He also regularly participates in mergers and acquisitions operations.


      Between 2007 and 2008, he worked as a foreign associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. In 2008, he also worked as in-house counsel at Merrill Lynch, advising the principal credit group in credit and investment operations in Latin America, working for the teams in New York, San Pablo, Mexico City and Buenos Aires.


      As a specialist in financial and capital markets law, he has been recognized by publications such as Chambers & Partners Global, Chambers & Partners Latin America, The Legal 500, Best Lawyers, International Financial Law Review and Latin Lawyer. He has also been included among the best Argentine lawyers under 40 by the magazine Apertura.


      He is Deputy Member of the Governing Board of the Banks’ Legal Representatives Committee of Argentina and a Professor of the Masters in Financing at the Business School of Universidad Torcuato di Tella in Buenos Aires.


English, Spanish, French


Universidad Nacional de la Plata (Law, 2001, “La Ley” award for the year’s highest grade average)

Universidad Austral (Master in Business Law, 2005)

Lawyer Rankings

Argentina > Banking and finance

(Next Generation Partners)

Fermín CarideBomchil

The ‘innovative’ Bomchil banking and finance team has a strong borrower client list, which it supports with a broad range of capital markets, liability management and restructuring, and banking regulatory advice. The firm takes on lender-side work too, with direct lending clients a key feature in this area. Banking and finance head Fermín Caride focuses on corporate and structured financing and is praised for his ‘great knowledge and dedication’. María Victoria Funes ‘provides a service beyond excellence’ and has broadened out her core traditional banking practice into fintech and cryptocurrency. ‘Experienced’ partner Patricio Martin and associate María Victoria Tuculet are also singled out by clients.

Argentina > Real estate

Bomchil’s real estate experience spans project finance, trust formation, the development and construction of multi-scale projects, and operating agreements. The practice can also draw from the full-service firm’s strengths in financing, taxation, environmental issues, and zoning and regulatory matters. Transactional real estate specialist Fermín Caride co-leads the team in conjunction with Adrián Furman, who focuses on domestic and international corporate and M&A projects.

Argentina > Energy and natural resources > Oil and gas

Handling exploration, production, transportation and refining matters throughout the oil and gas sector, the entire team at Bomchil demonstrates ‘outstanding technical capacity and professional solidity‘. The firm’s offering combines longstanding strength in administrative law and economic regulation with experience handling inbound and outbound investments and the negotiation of up, mids and downstream deals, as well as power, renewables and energy transition matters. A towering figure in the sector, regulatory, oil and gas and M&A specialist Pablo Alliani  leads the team. He is flanked by deeply experienced fellow partners Fernando Brunelli, whose forte is advising clients on oil-and-gas bidding processes, farm-ins , M&A and contracts; and Cristian Galansky, who focuses on administrative law and energy regulatory frameworks, and also leads the practice group’s litigious (including administrative) and arbitral activity. Additionally, Fermín Caride is active on banking, finance and capital market matters in the sector, while María Inés Corrá – who is primarily engaged on the power side of the practice – also brings her administrative Law, economic regulation and international arbitration expertise to bear. A strong associate line is led by seniors Brenda Saluzzi, Matías Debarbieri  and Andrea Lovfall.