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Jiménez Peña
AVENIDA WINSTON CHURCHILL 1099
CITI TOWER EN ACROPOLIS, PISO 14
SANTO DOMINGO DN 10148
Dominican Republic

Work Department

Business

Position

Partner

Career

Jiménez Cruz Peña, Partner (2011-present) Jiménez Cruz Peña, Senior Associate (2006-2011) Banco Dominicano del Progreso, S.A., Assistant Vice-President Legal Matters (2002-2006) Banco Dominicano del Progreso, S.A., Senior Manager Legal Matters (2001-2002) Banco Dominicano del Progreso, S.A., Counsel and Junior Manager Legal Matters (1996-2001) Banco Dominicano del Progreso, S.A., In-House Counsel (1996-2001)

Languages

Spanish English

Memberships

National Association of Young Entrepreneurs Bar of the Dominican Republic

Education

Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña (UNPHU), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Executive Management for Lawyers, 2001 Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Master in Civil Law, 1998 Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, LL.B., Cum Laude, 1996

Lawyer Rankings

Dominican Republic > Banking and finance

(Leading individuals)

Katherine RosaJiménez Peña

Jiménez Peña is considered by peers as one of the country’s market leaders in the banking and finance area. Its track record includes high-profile local and cross-border corporate and project finance, as well as complex transactions involving major sectors of the economy. Besides acting for corporate borrowers, the department is particularly renowned for its activity as lenders’ counsel, advising global investment banks and multilateral financial institutions on investment mandates. The group’s key strengths also include the financial restructuring of companies, banking acquisitions and matters in the investment funds space, notably in fund structuring mandates. Practice head Marcos Peña Rodríguez, who is singled out for his work as an arbitrator and litigator, also successfully acts in local and cross-border financings, particularly in the energy sphere. Energy and infrastructure are also among Katherine Rosa‘s main areas of activity; she acts as co-head and has a strong specialism in project finance and development.

Dominican Republic > Corporate and M&A

Jiménez Peña stands out for assisting companies and foreign private equity firms on all their legal and business matters. Its track record includes M&A and corporate reorganisations, incorporations and product commercialisation, and it also provides ongoing commercial and corporate governance advice to its clients. Vilma Veras is particularly known for covering shareholders agreements, joint ventures, and cross-border M&A, founding partner Luis Julio Jimenez is an expert in administrative law, economic regulation and government relations, and Katherine Rosa has in-depth knowledge of the energy and infrastructure sectors. Together, the three co-lead the department. The firm’s pro bono work is also notable; it is involved in initiatives for underprivileged communities and has worked with a number of local and international charities.