Practices: banking and finance; energy and infrastructure; project finance and development; renewables; lending services; Latin America.
Education: JD, The George Washington University Law School, 1985; BSFS, Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service, 1979.
Bar admissions: District of Columbia; Maryland.
Languages: Spanish, German, French.
Vera’s practice concentrates on the development, financing, acquisition and disposition of energy, oil and gas, and infrastructure facilities and tax structuring for energy acquisitions and international project development. She has worked on energy, infrastructure and related projects in the US and throughout Latin America, Africa and Asia. She has also advised commercial and multilateral lenders on a variety of cross-border structured, corporate and project finance transactions.
Vera has also represented private developers, manufacturers and suppliers in a variety of international commercial transactions.
Awards and recognition: Regularly recognised by Chambers Latin America, Chambers Global, The Legal 500 (USA and Latin America) in banking and finance and projects.
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