Rodrigo Aldoney > Carey > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

SANTIAGO, PO 755-0647
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Work Department

Criminal Law / Compliance and Anti-Corruption / Cybersecurity


Senior Counsel of Carey.


His practice extends to all areas of criminal law, mainly economic crimes, fraud, environmental offences, antitrust and, in general, complex litigation. He also advises corporate governments on activities that generate criminal risks, dispute resolution and internal corporate investigations.

His practice also focuses on compliance, especially in criminal matters. He has developed a vast experience in the design and implementation of compliance programs in accordance with the law on corporate criminal liability and diverse international standards.



Spanish, German and English.


  • Law, Universidad de Chile.
  • LL.M., Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany (Summa Cum Laude) (2003).
  • PhD on Criminal Law, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany (Summa Cum Laude) (2007).
  • Course on ISO 37301 Requirements and Interpretation, Compliance Management Systems, International Dynamic Advisors (Intedya) (2021).

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Chile > Compliance

The five-member compliance and anti-corruption team at full-service market stalwart Carey is consistently mandated by both international and domestic clients on complex compliance issues. The team’s expertise encompasses the negotiation and drafting of specialised contractual provisions (covenants, representations, warranties and compliance termination clauses), as well as the design and conduct of compliance due diligence processes for M&A deals and joint ventures. Alongside the firm’s white-collar crime practice, the department assists clients facing criminal enforcement actions; and its track record includes successfully defending legal entities and individuals in high-profile cases involving alleged bribery, money laundering and influence trafficking. Leading the compliance group, Guillermo Acuña (who is also corporate and M&A co-head), is an expert in anti-corruption compliance programmes, multi-jurisdictional exposure to bribery allegations, and internal investigations. Flanking Acuña is associate Pablo Albertz, whose practice comprises corporate-crime risk management, money laundering prevention, and white-collar crime litigation; and senior counsel and criminal law expert Rodrigo Aldoney, whose workload extends to compliance matters and who arrived from BCP Abogados in February 2022.

Chile > Dispute resolution: white-collar crime

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Rodrigo Aldoney – Carey

Specialising in complex litigation cases at both national and international levels, the criminal law practice at full-service firm Carey ranges from economic and tax crimes, to cybercrime, violations of anti-corruption laws, domestic and international asset laundering, and breaches of industrial and IP laws. The multidisciplinary team advises clients from the earliest of stages, its assistance covering risk prevention and analyses, internal investigations, and how to react to criminal contingencies. It additionally represents clients’ interests during administrative and judicial proceedings throughout the country. The group is co-led by renowned Chilean litigator Gonzalo Fernández, who also heads the firm’s litigation, compliance and anti-corruption team; and senior counsel Rodrigo Aldoney (a February 2022 hire from BCP Abogados), whose expertise covers economic crimes, fraud and environmental offences. Aldoney also advises corporate boards on criminal risks and internal corporate investigations. At associate level, senior Eduardo Alcaíno and semi-senior Caterina Ravera (who has just completed her LLM), both maintain active white-collar crime practices.