Michelle Abreu > OMG > Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic > Lawyer Profile
RAFAEL AUGUSTO SANCHEZ 86
ROBLE CORPORATE CENTER, PISO 9, PLANTINI
SANTO DOMINGO, 10148
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Energy & Infrastructure / Regulatory
Michelle specializes in energy law, financial law, securities, financial and banking regulation, corporate law, legal engineering, and contracts
She is fluent in spanish, french and english.
She is coordinator of the Regulation Table of the Dominican Association of Fintech Companies (ADOFINTECH) and Chair of the Public and Regulatory Affairs Committee of the Association for the Promotion of Renewable Energies (ASOFER). In addition, she is a member of the Energy Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (AMCHAMRD) and of the Energy and Economy and Sustainable Development commissions for the Asociación Nacional de Jóvenes Empresarios (ANJE).
Graduated from Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), Santo Domingo (2005). She obtained a Master´s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Barna Business School, Santo Domingo (2015) and a Masters in Civil Law from Université Panthéon-Assas París II, Paris, France (2007).
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
OMG‘s energy work is boosted by the presence of specialists in the team, with energy practice head Michelle Abreu promoted to partner in December 2021 and energy consultant Emily Sucart hired from Guzmán Ariza in January 2022. Since their promotion and hire, Abreu and Sucart have worked on a power purchase agreement (PPA) for Streamline Integrated Energy regarding one of the first waste-to-energy plants in the Caribbean. Esperanza Cabral brings corporate expertise to the practice, regularly co-leading on matters such as acquisitions of renewable energy assets, including due diligence, financing for a solar energy project, and reducing the tax implications of the sale of shares in a wind farm. With oversight from firm president Leonel Melo, the firm often takes on regulatory matters, entering into negotiations with regulators such as the Dominican Tax Authority and working on regulatory elements of transactions. Clients are usually energy companies, but the firm also advises investors on energy projects.
- Energy and natural resources - Dominican Republic
- Next Generation Partners - Dominican Republic > Energy and natural resources