Diego Rodríguez leads FERRERE's Banking and Finance Team. He is also active in project financing, foreign trade, and corporate and commercial law.
He participated in the bulk of major securitizations in the local market In the light of his participation, he has been hired by private companies and government agencies to structure the most complex securitizations, from taxes on milk sales to rice exports, and from sale of bus tickets to a judgment against the Uruguayan government, as well as premiums for health service membership.
Due to his recognized competence in these products he was hired by the Central Bank of Uruguay for the process of redesigning all of the regulations applicable to financial institutions, insurance companies, pension funds, and the capital market.
Diego Rodríguez worked as in-house project attorney at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), at its headquarters in Washington, DC. There he advised on project financing transactions in diverse countries in Latin America. He is currently local counsel to the IDB in Uruguay.
He advises a variety of banks, companies and multilateral credit organizations on financial transactions, including securities issues, syndicated loans, trusts and regulatory issues. Rodríguez has participated in the biggest and most important recent banking transactions in the Uruguayan market, including purchase by Scotiabank of Nuevo Banco Comercial, and sale of the local affiliate of Crédit Agricole to BBVA.
He is a member of the Directing Council of Fundación de Amigos del Centro Hospitalario Pereira Rossell, a foundation that supports Uruguay’s largest children’s hospital, devoted especially to children from lower income families.
- Harvard Alumni Association
- Harvard Club of Uruguay
- Member, Uruguayan Institute of Foreign Trade, Foreign Trade and Customs Review
- Uruguayan Bar Association