Alberto P. Maturana practices mainly in tax and corporate law in Baker McKenzie’s Santiago office. He has actively participated as a speaker in a wide variety of tax conferences, and has also published numerous articles, including “Cross-Border Contract Manufacturing Can Have Costly Tax Consequences in Chile” for Tax Analyst. He serves as a professor of International Taxation in various postgraduate programs.
Mr. Maturana advises corporations and individuals from a broad spectrum of industries. He is proficient in business structuring, foreign inbound/outbound investment, offshore intercompany transactions, as well as tax and estate planning. In addition, he counsels on mergers and acquisitions and matters involving contracts. Mr. Maturana is a permanent legal representative for various foreign companies doing business in Chile.
Representative Legal Matters
- Advising Latin American Power (LAP), an electric generation company, in corporate and tax matters to acquire several strategic energetic projects in Chile. One such purchase included one of Chile's first wind energy projects that became fully operational in 2010.
- Advised Atlantia in the sale of a significant stake in Chile’s Costanera Group. The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) purchased a 49.99 percent stake in the group from Atlantia S.p.A. in a transaction valued at USD1.15 billion.
- Chile (1996)
- Pontificia University Catolica de Chile (M.B.A.) (1998)
- University of Chilé (LL.B.) (1990)