Jorge I. Mayora
Mr. Mayora joined Allende & Brea in 1997 while still a student. He obtained his law degree from the “Universidad Católica Argentina” in 1999 and a Master in Laws (LL.M.) from the Northwestern University in 2003 where he studied general corporate and securities law in Law School and finance at Kellogg School of Management.
During 2007 and 2008 he worked as an International Associate at the New York office of Simpson Thatcher & Bartlett LLP. Mr. Mayora was part of the Latin-American practice group whereby he participated in several securities offerings and financing transactions.
In 2008 Mr. Mayora returned to our Banking and Financial practice group. He is an expert on banking and financial law in general and has advised a variety of financial institutions on all aspects of lending, including short, medium and long term loans, derivative transactions, structured and other commercial lending transactions and other various collateral structures. He also represented issuers in local and international offerings involving the registration with multiple securities regulators. Mr. Mayora has also advised local and foreign banks on regulatory and foreign exchange issues with the Argentine Central Bank. Mr. Mayora regularly advises clients on foreign exchange controls and money laundering matters.
He is a member of the Banking Lawyers Committee of Argentina and Lawyers Association of the City of Buenos Aires.
He has been cited as a leading practitioner in Banking & Finance law by, among others, Chambers Latin America, The Legal 500 Latin America and International Financial Law Review (IFLR1000) .