Banking Law, Commercial Contracts, Competition Law, Compliance and Anticorruption, Corporate Law / Mergers and Acquisitions
› Competition Law, LLM - Queen Mary University of London. London, Englad (2018).
› Legal English for Practitioners - Boston University. Boston, Estados Unidos (2015).
› Diploma in Energy, Commerce and Environmental Law - Heildeberg University Center for Latín América. Asunción, Paraguay (2014).
› Notary - Universidad Católica Nuestra Señora de la Asunción. Asunción, Paraguay (2013).
› Attorney at law - Universidad Católica Nuestra Señora de la Asunción. Asunción, Paraguay (2012).
Cecilia returned to the firm after completing a master's degree at Queen Mary University of London. She has extensive experience in the areas of Commercial Corporate Law, Commercial Contract, Company Law and Competition Law, advising national and foreign clients in several M&A transactions and management of investment funds in different commercial areas, in the financial and banking sector, as well as digital markets. She was part of the team who advised leading multinationals in the field of agrochemicals and non-alcoholic beverages in the first cases of concentrations reported to the Competition Authority. In addition, Cecilia has experienced in designing and implementing compliance programs for local businesses.
As part of the post-pandemic economic reactivation, the national government enacted Law No. 6534/20 which, on the one hand, ensures the full protection of personal and credit information and, on the other hand, expands and modernizes the regulatory framework in a timely manner for its treatment and use in the
Frigorífico Concepción from Paraguay issued bonds in NY under Rule 144A / Regulation S for a value of USD 40 million. The Bolivian subsidiary of said issuer established guarantees on the debt, in addition to a number of properties in Paraguay and receivables from activities in Bolivia and Paraguay that
On Saturday, November 7th, the Tax Administration published General Resolution No. 70/2020 in order to set regulations for certain aspects of Taxes on Dividends and Profits (IDU), specifically the obligation to file Informative Statements (DJI). The Tax Administration “construes” Law No. 6380/2019 and defines the scope according to their criteria,