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Jorge is a senior partner and head of the Mining and Energy & Climate Change teams and co-head of Infrastructure & Projects team for CMS Carey & Allende. He also is very active within the Corporate/M&A Practice Group.
He advises several national and multinational companies in the mining, engineering and construction, energy and natural resources industries. He also has extensive experience in project finance and M&A transactions, particularly in the areas mentioned.
Previously, as member of the board of large companies and knowing the private-sector needs from the inside, he has advised clients in connection with numerous large-scale mining projects in Chile since 1990, including the negotiation of multimillion-dollar EPC and EPCM contracts, acquisition of large mining concessions, foreign investment contracts and project finance deals.
Jorge is also the partner who oversees ProBono at CMS Chile since 2015.
Key clients: Inversiones Alxar (Empresas Copec’s mining assets company), Worley Chile S.A., Elecnor (Spain), Nol-Tec Chile, Enagás (Spain), AECOM.
1975 Law Degree, Universidad de Chile
1978 Master of Arts (M.A.), Fletcher School of Law, sponsored by a Fulbright Scholarship.
1993 Founder (CMS) Carey & Allende
1995-1998 Managing Partner of the firm
2017 Appointed as Chair of the CMS Latin America Steering Committee
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