Senior associate

Mareva Orozco

Mareva Orozco specializes in compliance and prevention of asset laundering and terrorism financing. She is in-house attorney for Autolider Ecuador S.A.

Mareva Orozco is a senior associate at FERRERE in Ecuador. She participates on the Corporate, Prevention of Money Laundering and Antitrust teams. Recently, she has specialized in the fields of compliance and prevention of money laundering and terrorism financing.

Mareva advises clients on queries regarding basic corporate issues, as well as providing assistance with more complex matters such as merger, transformation and dissolution of companies.

Currently, Mareva is in-house counsel at Autolider Ecuador SA, official dealer of Mercedes Benz in Ecuador, a company that has brought significant investment to the country, where she provides legal assistance, advising on business-related issues related. Also, Mareva is the company’s Compliance Officer vis-à-vis the Financial Analysis Administration (Government entity)

Before joining FERRERE, Mareva began her career at a major law firms in Ecuador in 2010, as an Associate, beginning in the corporate area, and then entering the antitrust field and also handling pro bono projects.

She graduated as attorney from Universidad Internacional SEK in 2012.

In 2013 she began her studies at Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, where she earned a degree in Business Law in 2014.


Ecuador: Relevant aspects to consider for the Ordinary General Shareholders' Meetings in relation to the State of Health Emergency by COVID19

The Superintendence of Companies, Securities and Insurance, issued Resolution No. SCVS-INPAI-2020-00002715 (hereinafter "Resolution") dated March 16, 2020, in which was agreed an extension of 30 days from the expiration of the original deadline for submission of information required by Article 20 of the Law of Companies, in other words, the information may be sent to the controlling entity until May 31, 2020.


Ecuador: The Cooperation Agreement for the formation of the Interinstitutional Liaison Group for Asset Recovery (GEIRA) is signed

This alliance is part of the plan to strengthen anti-money laundering policies carried out by the Financial and Economic Analysis Unit (UAFE), and its objective is to be more effective in complying with the law to recover assets.

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