Graduated in 1987 from the National Buenos Aires University; in 1997. Alejandro obtained a Master’s degree in Business Law from Universidad Austral. In 1998 acted as a professor of "Strategy for Legal Departments" at the said Master's program at the Universidad Austral.
His main areas of expertise are business law, mergers and acquisitions, negotiation, and creation of high complexity business structures. He has been coordinating the “German Desk” since he joined the Firm in 2004, providing advice to German and Austrian companies and investors.
Between 1987 and 1990, he worked for Estudio Mandry – Berisso (Buenos Aires, Argentina), dealing with matters of business law and international agreements.
Between 1991 and 1998, he was the Head of the Legal Department of Siemens S.A. for Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. He was actively involved in the restructuring efforts at the Siemens Holding in Argentina, and in the negotiation and purchase of the Holding’s affiliates in Chile and Uruguay. He has lead countless negotiations with the Argentine Government, as well as with both domestic and international companies within the framework of the major deals obtained by Siemens throughout that decade.
Between 1999 and the end of 2003, he was a senior director in a number of functions for the Siemens Holding in Germany and in Latin America, acquiring outstanding expertise in subjects related to business strategy, business development and regional project development. He was Business Development Director for Siemens Business Services (Munich, Germany); Director of International Operations - Latin America, for Siemens AG (Munich) and Director of the Project for setting up a Shared Services regional company for Siemens in Latin America (Mexico).
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