Ines Vazquez has more than 15 years of experience in concessions, privatizations and utilities regulation, with emphasis on the electricity sector. She has a solid background in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and financing.
Ines has handled several acquisition transactions and sale of companies, as well as assets and shares participations, including mergers, spin-offs, reorganizations and other structures, both domestic and international.
Ines was head of Latin America Power's Legal Department for two years, during which she gained wide experience and was exposed to transactions in multiple jurisdictions. She has worked on privatization and concession procedures in the electric power sector for private clients, as well as in bidding processes of public services concessions in general. She also has experience in construction law, mainly in relation to power infrastructure. Additionally, Ines has contentious and non-contentious construction practice based on domestic and international arbitration, advising both private and state-owned companies.
Ines is a member of Baker McKenzie's Renewable Energy Subcommittee. Several prestigious international publications, such as Chambers & Partners and Legal 500, recognize her work in the power law practice.
Some of her most recent experience include: