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Energy & Natural Resources: Mining - Argentina
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Florencia Heredia is a senior partner of Allende & Brea, where she heads the Natural Resources and Energy practice. She is an expert in natural resources matters, including forestry, fisheries and in particular mining law with 28 years extensive experience advising financing institutions and companies in complex mining and energy transactions in Argentina.
She was founder of HOLT Abogados (2008-2017) natural resources boutique law firm and prior to that member and partner of Estudio Beccar Varela (1992-2008) for 16 years, where she was during 9 years the head of the natural resources and environmental law department. During 1997-1998 she worked for Beiten Burkhardt Mittl & Wegener (today Beiten Burkhardt) German law firms based in Münich.
She is an active member of the International Bar Association, where she held the position of Chair of the Mining Law Committee (2014-2015), she is currently council member of Seeril, becoming Vice Chair of this section in 2021 which oversees all related committees. She has been twice Trustee at Large of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, for which she also served as Secretary to the Board (2014-2015), member of the Executive Committee of the International Women Forum (Argentinean Chapter) among other relevant entities.
Allende & Brea