Regulation & Law

Rebaza, Alcázar & De Las Casas nominates new infrastructure and projects partner

Maria Luisa Peña, who has served as a counsel in the firm since 2013, becomes the third woman to be named partner in Rebaza, Alcázar & De Las Casas, bringing to 14 the total number of partners.

Maria Luisa Peña, who has served as a counsel in the firm since 2013, becomes the third woman to be named partner in Rebaza, Alcázar & De Las Casas, bringing to 14 the total number of partners.


This promotion is a sign of strengthening of the infrastructure practice, which has seen steady growth over the last 5 years in sectors such as transport, energy, oil and gas. Odebrecht, Dubai Ports Group and IFC are some of Rebaza, Alcazar clients in this area.

 

Maria Luisa Peña has more than 18 years of experience in regulatory matters in the infrastructure sector and has participated in transactions and stages of design and structuring of project finance operations. She has been a counsel of financial and banking investment matters and has advised on the development of electric, oil and gas, renewable energy and transport projects.

 

In January this year, the firm incorporated Loli & García Cavero Lawyers, a boutique firm who specialize in white collar crime. With the operation, two partners and six associates joined Rebaza, Alcázar & De Las Casas.

 

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