Miguel Zaldivar is a member of the Hogan Lovells global board, serves as co-head of the firm's infrastructure, energy, resources and projects practice, and was co-head of the Latin America practice group.
With his years of experience in project development and finance, complex sovereign debt (including linked to commodity sales) and cross-border corporate transactions, he has facilitated multibillion-dollar investments aimed at the development of projects across Latin America.
He advises multinationals in business dealings in the Americas, as well as Latin American state-owned companies and governments in international matters. He has years of hands-on experience with global export-credit and development banks, including China Development Bank, the Export-Import Bank of China, Japan Bank of International Cooperation, IFC, Russia's Eximbank and the European Investment Bank.
Bar admissions: District of Columbia, Florida, Venezuela.
Education: JD, University of Miami, 1995; LLM, University of Illinois College of Law, 1988; LLB, Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, 1986.