Mr Gonzalo Rencoret > Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr Offices
AV. ANDRES BELLO 2711
LAS CONDES, SANTIAGO
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Mr Gonzalo Rencoret
Corporate and M&A / Competition and Antitrust / Tax Law.
With Urenda Rencoret (2000 – to date), partner since 2013. Professor of Civil Law, P. Universidad Católica de Chile (2005 – to date). Has been ranked by Chambers and Partners, Legal 500, Latin Lawyer 250, Leaders League and Best Lawyers.
Spanish and English.
Chilean Bar Association.
Bachelor of Law, P. Universidad Católica de Chile (2001).
Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr‘s eight-strong team assists with both equity and debt markets, such as IPOs, bonds and public tender offers. It is also noted for its assistance to publicly held corporations, brokers and other entities, in relation to their interaction with Chile’s Securities Agency and the stock markets. Rodrigo de Alencar and Sergio Orrego are experienced in capital markets-related compliance, securities, IPOs and tender offers; and Gonzalo Rencoret and Nicholas Mocarquer provide additional partner-level support. Isidora Zañartu is a go-to associate for securities laws and regulations.
The ‘hardworking‘ six-member team at Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr has ‘extensive knowledge of competition law in Chile‘. The group assists with merger control assessments and notifications, along with investigations, commercial agreements, and distribution policies and strategies; it also advises on the implementation of compliance programmes, and fields experts in international unfair competition matters, such as anti-dumping and safeguard cases. Gonzalo Rencoret, who assists with merger control, Competition Court procedures, and alleged collusive behaviour and abuse of dominance investigations; and Nicholas Mocarquer, who has ‘excellent analytical skills‘, co-lead the practice. Key associate support is provided by Bernardita Schmidt who handles investigations and merger clearances.
Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr‘s 22-member corporate and M&A department has substantial experience in M&A transactions, shareholder agreements, joint ventures and corporate restructurings; the team also provides major local and international companies with general corporate assistance on an ongoing basis. Additionally, the firm is the Chilean member firm of the Multilaw and World Law Group international networks. The practice is co-led by Gonzalo Rencoret, who recently counselled Petroquimica Dow on a high-profile merger; Nicholas Mocarquer, who handles M&A, shareholder agreements, public tender offers and joint ventures; and corporate/M&A, banking and finance and capital markets specialist, Rodrigo de Alencar. Also key to the group are experienced partners Sergio Orrego and Felipe Rencoret, while at senior associate level, Bernardita Schmidt and Rafael Rencoret are the key figures.
Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr‘s six-member department advises both domestic and foreign clients on mining projects from the very earliest stages, including mining title reviews, purchase options, financing, and joint venture and exploration agreements; other areas of note are royalty, streaming and easement agreements, along with water-rights’ titles, permits, reclamation actions and social permits. Heading the firm’s mining practice, Sergio Orrego focuses on mining, energy and natural resources, projects, and corporate and M&A work; he recently advised Royal Gold on the purchase of a mining project’s royalty rights. Fellow name partner Gonzalo Rencoret has broad mining practice expertise; and associate Verónica Roa‘s experience includes advising on numerous mining projects.
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