BOVE, Corina
T (598) 2 902 1515 ext. 189
F (598) 2902 5454

Corina has almost 20 years of experience in corporate law. She specializes in mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, commercial agreements and foreign investments, advising the main multinational and national businesses operating in the country. Her area of practice also involves financings, mainly international, having advised throughout the years, both banks and businesses in key projects for Uruguay.

She has been recognized by international publications such as “Chambers & Partners”, “Legal 500”,  “Euromoney” and LACCA Approved 2018 guide for her performance in Corporate Law – Mergers & Acquisitions.

Recognized by daily El Observador amongst the 50 most influential women in Uruguay and by Latin Lawyer amongst the 50 most inspiring women in law in Latin America. In 2016 she was granted the award “Best Corporate Lawyer in Latin America” Americas in Business Law Awards – Euromoney. She is a member of the Board of Directors of World Services Group, of the International Bar Association and has been a speaker at several conferences in Uruguay and abroad.

Corina actively participates in diverse pro-bono projects, including those related to education, as well as in issues related to gender diversity. She leads the Women Committee at the firm and participates in the International Steering Committee of the “Women in the Profession Program” by Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice as well as other initiatives regarding female leadership.

Work highlights

  • Advised Casino Guichard Perrachon in the sale of shares in supermarket chains Libertador and Pão de Açucar. Named Deal of the Year by Latin Lawyer.

  • Advised Californian electronics company Ingram Micro in the USD78 million acquisition of Brazilian IT technology distributor Ação Informática and its subsidiaries in Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Uruguay.

  • Advised CCR in the acquisition of stake in the holding company of Quiport (Quito’s Mariscal Sucre International Airport) in order to reach 50% of the paid in capital.

Professional experience abroad
Dentons (Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal), 2001 New York Bar Exam, July 2001 LL.M, (Master en International Legal Studies) Georgetown University Law Center (2001) Fulbright Scholar (2000-2001)

Spanish, English and basic French.