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Jaime Hernandez

International Associate

New York

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Jaime Hernandez

International Associate

New York

Jaime is an international associate in the Projects, Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure practice based in the New York office.

Jaime regularly advises lenders, sponsors and project companies. Prior to joining A&O, Jaime worked for five years as an associate in the banking, finance and capital markets practice of a leading law firm in Colombia, with particular expertise on secured and unsecured financings, derivatives transactions and international issuances.

Expertise

Practices

Projects

Office

New York

Allen & Overy LLP
1221 Avenue of the Americas
New York
NY 10020

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as an Attorney (Colombia), 2016*

*Not Admitted in New York/Supervised by the Principals of the Firm.

Academic

Graduate Degree in Financial Law and Capital Markets, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, 2019

Diploma (Cum Laude) in Advanced Studies in Political, Economic and Social Sciences, University of Notre Dame, 2016

LL.B., Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, 2016

Pro-bono experience

  • Rendered advisory on corporate governance, insolvency, directors’ liability, donations, contractual matters, public procurement, and dissolution and liquidation of Colombian NPOs. Instructed seminars and workshops addressed to Colombian NPOs on such topics.
  • Audited and diagnosed the corporate government of a renowned Colombian NPO focused on promoting constitutional initiatives/human rights. Elaborated legal memoranda for diagnosing the corporate government of several Colombian NPOs

Published work

  • Hernandez Palacios, Jaime (2020) “Looking into the new version of Colombia’s Local Master Agreement for Derivatives Transactions”, Bogota: Notinet Legal

  • Bogota Prieto, Diana, Hernandez Palacios, Jaime (2018) “Latin Lawyer’s Project Finance Chapter for Colombia”, London: Latin Lawyer

  • Hernandez Palacios, Jaime (2020) “Looking into the new version of Colombia’s Local Master Agreement for Derivatives Transactions”, Bogota: Notinet Legal