Fernando joined Alessandri as a partner in 2000. He works in a broad business area, specializing in planning and conducting commercial and financial transactions. Likewise, he structures international transactions for his national and foreign clients.
He advises on corporate mergers and acquisitions and has extensive experience in banking law and corporate finance. He actively participated in the privatization processes of the sanitation companies.
Fernando also has vast experience in public bids, as well as bond issuance, syndicated loans, private issues, and loan contracts in general.
University of New York
Bachelor of Legal and Social Sciences
/ Laboral experience
General Counsel of The Chase Manhattan Bank, Chilean Branch Office.
International advisor to BankBoston in Boston, Massachusetts.
Lawyer for the World Bank’s Central America and the Caribbean Region, in Washington D.C.
Lawyer for the Central Bank of Chile’s General Counsel´s Office.
Visiting lawyer at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton in New York.
1980 – 1989
Author of numerous articles and documents published by the Central Bank of Chile and Universidad de Chile, such as “The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)”, “Characteristics of savings instruments” and “Minors in conflict with Justice”.
Collaborator of national and foreign publications related to “Doing Business in Chile” of the British Chilean Chamber and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and The World Bank.
Annually collaborator to the publications “Enforcement of Money Judgments” and “Interim Measures in International Arbitration”, both of the publisher Juris Publishing Inc.