Mr Edward Piña Fernández > Biaggi Abogados > Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic > Lawyer Profile
Biaggi Abogados Offices
LA JULIA, 403
ABAHAM LINCOLN AVENUE
SANTO DOMINGO DN
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Mr Edward Piña Fernández
Corporate and Finance
Edward Piña Fernández has been part of the firm since 2002.
He has led multiple due diligence and procurement processes in various industries, including energy, financial, aeronautics, hydrocarbons, tourism and pharmaceuticals. He regularly advises companies from their ordinary business transactions, to aspects of tax planning, asset and debt restructuring, and the design of their labor policies for their human resources departments.
Since 2015, he has been a professor at the Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña (UNPHU), teaching Commercial Contracts and Consumer Law.
He has completed Diplomas in Banking Law and Regulation of Financial Markets and in Aeronautical Law.
Edward Piña Fernández specializes in corporate governance, public and commercial procurement, financial markets, capital markets and business tax planning.
Bar Association of the Dominican Republic.
Tax & Labor Alliance
Law Degree Cum Laude
Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE)
Dominican Republic (2002).
Master Degree in International Economic Law
Warwick University, United Kingdom (2004)
Master Degree in Business Law
Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM)
Dominican Republic (2007).
Advising clients from highly regulated sectors, including renewable energy, insurance, finance, telecoms and free trade zones, is a key area of expertise for Biaggi Abogados. The team handles the full life cycle of corporate projects from due diligence, M&A and corporate reorganisations to corporate governance and regulatory compliance issues. Firm founder Gustavo Biaggi and Edward Pina, whose practice spans the energy, financial, aviation, hydrocarbons, tourism and pharmaceutical industries, lead the team. Wanda Perdomo and Rosa María Mena are also notable contacts. Since publication, Mena has left the practice for an in-house role.