Felipe Divin > Honorato | Delaveau > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
Honorato | Delaveau Offices
AV. EL GOLF 82, 3RD FLOOR, LAS CONDES
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Corporate governance, financial regulation and information technology.
Felipe is an expert in corporate governance, financial regulation, and information technology, and has held several management positions in companies in regulated sectors, has in-depth knowledge and experience in advising brokers, fund managers, banks, insurance companies, and open or controlled corporations.
He has been a leading advisor on best practices in the securities market and corporate governance; compliance, capital market operations; structuring and trading of derivatives, asset management, fintech, and technology platforms for financial transactions.
Prior to joining Honorato | Delaveau he worked as General Manager and Director of Tanner Corredores de Bolsa (2019-2020); and before that as General Manager of Vision Advisors AGF; Director of Corporate Governance, Compliance and Financial Regulation at Deloitte Chile; Senior Attorney at Guerrero & Olivos, Chief of Staff to the Superintendent of Securities and Insurance (now Financial Market Commission), and Business Development Manager and Chief Attorney at Banchile Inversiones.
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Attorney, Universidad de Los Andes (2001).
Diploma in Computer Law, Universidad de Chile (2004).
Master in Business Law, Universidad de Los Andes (2005).
Master in Business Administration, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2007).
Honorato | Delaveau grew its banking and finance offering in 2019, through the hire of former Morales & Besa partner Matías Langevin. The seven-member team advises domestic and foreign creditors, investors and debtors on bilateral and syndicated loans, debt restructuring, project finance, and structured products and derivative transactions. The other key individuals are name partners Jose Luis Honorato and Gonzalo Delaveau, and structured and asset-backed financing specialist Sebastián Delpiano. Former senior associate Roberto Olivos moved in-house at Inversiones Tajamar. Since publication, the firm has hired financial-regulation specialist Felipe Divin, who will also head the firm’s information technology practice.