Milton Carrera > CorralRosales > Quito, Ecuador > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Corporate, M&A, Regulatory


Junior Partner


Milton Carrera is a junior partner at CorralRosales. He has more than 20 years of experience in the areas of Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions, Immigration and Regulatory. 
Milton’s Corporate practice includes providing legal counsel on incorporations, direct debits, capital increases, mergers and dissolutions, as well as complex corporate structuring and restructuring processes. Milton leads due diligence processes in commercial and corporate operations, and he participates in local and international mergers and acquisitions processes. 
In the area of ​​Regulation, Milton provides guidance on the obtention of operation licenses and permits, health care, use of advertising and others, mainly related to food and beverage, retail, distribution and services, pharmaceutical and insurance sectors. He provides support in all the regulatory matters necessary for the development of these activities in Ecuador. 
Milton leads our Immigration Department, focusing on the development of innovative schemes for migratory processes of expatriate employees of multinational companies.  
Milton has been mentioned in legal directory The Legal 500. 


Milton is a graduate from Universidad Católica del Ecuador. 

Lawyer Rankings

Ecuador > Corporate and M&A

(Rising stars)

Milton CarreraCorralRosales

CorralRosales often ‘exceeds expectations’ when it comes to instructing high-profile foreign businesses with regard to operations in Ecuador. With a full-service offering, the practice acts for the likes of Nestlé, Bayer and Marriot Hotels on a range of M&A, corporate restructurings, financing transactions and shareholder agreements. Recently, it acted for “Internet of Things” company Location World Holdings on a restructuring tailored towards the transfer of a holding company to a foreign market and the opening of several subsidiaries across Latin America. The matter was led by Leading this matter and heading the wider corporate practice is founding partner Xavier Rosales, who is highly-regarded for his work on complex cross-border transactions. Co-founding partner Francisco Rosales, along with Santiago Palacios  and Rafael Rosales, round out the practice’s four-partner team, further extending the firm’s expertise regarding entry into the Ecuadorian market: all three are senior figures who have amassed considerable experience across the corporate transactional spectrum. From the associate ranks, seniors Milton Carrera and Ricardo Mancheno are both highlighted for their broad practices that range across corporate day-to-day matters to transactional and immigration work.