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Consortium Legal - Nicaragua

Rodrigo Taboada

Rodrigo Taboada

Head of Banking Department

Consortium Legal - Nicaragua
Nicaragua

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Profile
Practice Areas
Banking and Financial, Corporate and Commercial Law
Education
Higher Education

Master of Laws of New York University with emphasis in Corporate Law, United States of America, (2000).

Post-graduate in Financial Management from Universidad Centroamericana de Ciencias Empresariales. Magna Cum Laude, Managua, Nicaragua, (1998).

Law degree, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Graduating with Distinction, Santiago, Chile, (1996).

Continuing Education

Mergers & Acquisitions Course of the Georgetown University Law Center, United States of America, (2009).
Experience
Director of Banking Department - Consortium - Nicaragua

Teaching experience

Obligations Professor of Law at the Universidad Centroamericana (2003).

Professor of Securities Market Law Programs Master of Business Law - Universidad Thomas More (2002) and Universidad Centroamericana, (2003).
Association
Incorporated as Advocate of the Supreme Court of Chile, Santiago, Chile, (1997).

Incorporated as lawyer (1997) and Notary (1998) before the Supreme Court of Nicaragua. Managua, Nicaragua.

American Bar Association (ABA)

International Bar Association (IBA)
Publications
Arti­culos

"Nicaragua: New Investment Companies Law", International Financial Law Review (IFLR), (May 2015).

"Nicaragua: Anti-terrorism on the agenda", International Financial Law Review (IFLR), (December 2014).

"Nicaragua: Transparency in Financial Services", International Financial Law Review (IFLR), (May 2014).

"Nicaragua: working to get off the grey list", International Financial Law Review (IFLR), (August 2013).

"Trusts in Nicaraguas financial industry", International Financial Law Review (IFLR), (May 2012).

Contribution of the Nicaraguan Chapter in the publication: "The Banking Regulation Review" of editorial Law Business Research of England, editions 3 (2012), 4 (2013) and 5 (2014).

Article about the benefits of the Exchangeable Invoice Law, (2011).

Bar Admissions

1996, Chile; 1997, Nicaragua
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • International Bar Association

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