Mrs Isabel Margarita Wolleter > Prieto Abogados > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
Prieto Abogados Offices
Alonso de Córdova 4355 (piso 15)
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Mrs Isabel Margarita Wolleter
Capital Markets, Merges and Acquisitions
Isabel Margarita Wolleter has been partner of Prieto since 2022.
Her practice includes advising international and local clients in the structuring of debt issuance, negotiable instruments, stock exchange listing processes, tender offers, auction processes, and company mergers and acquisitions.
She earned her law degree from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in 2005.
She worked as a foreign associate at Shearman & Sterling LLP in New York between 2013 and 2014.
She has been distinguished by The Legal 500 in the area of Banking and Finance.
Before joining Prieto, she worked at Noguera, Larrain y Dulanto.
Spanish and English
Law Degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2005.
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
The ‘very committed‘ six-member capital markets practice at full-service law firm Prieto Abogados has a strong market reputation for debt placements in both Chile and the US. Recent work has also focused on large numbers of bond issues. Other notable areas for the team are major IPOs and public acquisition tender offers (both at domestic and cross-border levels). Of additional note, the firm houses a robust investment funds practice. The team is jointly led by Patricio Prieto L, whose recent experience includes advising on companies’ bond issues; and recently-promoted partner Isabel Wolleter, a specialist in bond issuances and public offering processes. The next line of key advisers features investment funds counsel Maite Larrañaga and active associate José Pedro Poblete.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring
- Capital markets
- Competition and antitrust
- Corporate and M&A
- Projects and infrastructure
- Banking and finance
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Labour and employment
- Energy and natural resources > Mining
- Public law
- Real estate
- Dispute resolution: arbitration