Juan Manuel Baraona

Juan Manuel Baraonasocio

Áreas de Práctica

  • Asesoría y Litigación Tributaria

Antecedentes Académicos

  • Tufts University, Boston, EE.UU, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, 1972
  • Derecho, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, 1963
  • Director del Departamento de Derecho Económico Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Chile, Santiago, hasta 2017
  • Profesor de Economía y Derecho Tributario Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Chile, Santiago

Experiencia Laboral
  • Socio, área tributaria de Langton Clarke (Arthur Andersen – Ernst & Young), Santiago, 1980-2003

2021

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (LA)
  • WORLD TAX REVIEW
    Tax Controversy Leaders: Highly Regarded
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Corporate Tax: Leading Individual
    Wealth Management
  • WORLD TAX REVIEW
    Tax Controversy Leaders:
    Highly Regarded
  • LATIN LAWYER NATIONAL
    Tax Leader

2020

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (Global and LA)
    High Net Worth: Senior Statespeople
  • BEST LAWYERS
    Corporate and M&A Law
    Litigation
    Tax Law
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Corporate Tax: Leading Individual
    Wealth Management: Excellent
  • ITR
    Indirect Tax Leader
  • WORLD TAX REVIEW
    Indirect Tax: Highly Regarded

 

2019

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (Global and LA)
    High Net Worth: Senior Statespeople
  • BEST LAWYERS
    Corporate and M&A Law
    Litigation
    Tax Law
  • WHO’S WHO LEGAL
    Corporate Tax Advisory Leading Lawyer
  • LEGAL 500
    Tax: Leading Lawyer
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Leading Individual Corporate Tax
  • LACCA
    Thought Leader
  • ITR
    Indirect Tax Leader

2018

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (Global and LA)
    High Net Worth: Senior Statespeople
  • BEST LAWYERS
    Tax: Best Lawyer of the Year
    Corporate and M&A Law
    Litigation
    Tax Law
  • WHO’S WHO LEGAL
    Corporate Tax Advisory Leading Lawyer
  • LEGAL 500
    Tax: Leading Lawyer
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Leading Individual Corporate Tax
  • LACCA
    Thought Leader
  • ITR
    Indirect Tax Leader

USD 147 million investment fund for 28 photovoltaic plants

Rockville Capital agreed with institutional and qualified investors, the creation of a USD 147 million  fund in order to purchase of 28 small and medium photovoltaic plants (or PMGD, for its initials in Spanish, and which produce up to 9 MW each), called Fondo de Inversión Rockville Solar Energy I. Together, the PMGDs will add an installed capacity of 145 MW to inject into the national electricity system, being one of the largest renewable energy investment funds of its kind.

Fondo de USD 147 millones para la construcción de 28 plantas fotovoltaicas

Rockville Capital acordó con inversionistas institucionales y calificados, la creación de un fondo por USD 147 millones cuyo objetivo es la compra de 28 plantas fotovoltaicas de características de los pequeños medios de generación distribuida (o PMGD, de hasta 9 MW cada una), denominado Fondo de Inversión Rockville Solar Energy I. En conjunto, los PMGD sumarán una capacidad instalada de 145 MW para inyectar al sistema eléctrico nacional, lo que lo convierte en uno de los mayores fondos de inversión de su tipo.

Juan Manuel Baraona

AREAS DE PRÁCTICA

  • Asesoría y Litigación Tributaria

ANTECEDENTES ACADÉMICOS

  • Tufts University, Boston, EE.UU, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, 1972
  • Derecho, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, 1963
  • Director del Departamento de Derecho Económico Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Chile, Santiago, hasta 2017
  • Profesor de Economía y Derecho Tributario Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Chile, Santiago

EXPERIENCIA LABORAL

  • Socio, área tributaria de Langton Clarke (Arthur Andersen – Ernst & Young), Santiago, 1980-2003

RECONOCIMIENTOS

2021

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (LA)
  • WORLD TAX REVIEW
    Tax Controversy Leaders: Highly Regarded
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Corporate Tax: Leading Individual
    Wealth Management
  • WORLD TAX REVIEW
    Tax Controversy Leaders:
    Highly Regarded
  • LATIN LAWYER NATIONAL
    Tax Leader

2020

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (Global and LA)
    High Net Worth: Senior Statespeople
  • BEST LAWYERS
    Corporate and M&A Law
    Litigation
    Tax Law
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Corporate Tax: Leading Individual
    Wealth Management: Excellent
  • ITR
    Indirect Tax Leader
  • WORLD TAX REVIEW
    Indirect Tax: Highly Regarded

2019

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (Global and LA)
    High Net Worth: Senior Statespeople
  • BEST LAWYERS
    Corporate and M&A Law
    Litigation
    Tax Law
  • WHO’S WHO LEGAL
    Corporate Tax Advisory Leading Lawyer
  • LEGAL 500
    Tax: Leading Lawyer
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Leading Individual Corporate Tax
  • LACCA
    Thought Leader
  • ITR
    Indirect Tax Leader

2018

  • CHAMBERS & PARTNERS
    Tax: Senior Statespeople (Global and LA)
    High Net Worth: Senior Statespeople
  • BEST LAWYERS
    Tax: Best Lawyer of the Year
    Corporate and M&A Law
    Litigation
    Tax Law
  • WHO’S WHO LEGAL
    Corporate Tax Advisory Leading Lawyer
  • LEGAL 500
    Tax: Leading Lawyer
  • LEADERS LEAGUE
    Leading Individual Corporate Tax
  • LACCA
    Thought Leader
  • ITR
    Indirect Tax Leader

Últimas Entradas

USD 147 million investment fund for 28 photovoltaic plants

Rockville Capital agreed with institutional and qualified investors, the creation of a USD 147 million  fund in order to purchase of 28 small and medium photovoltaic plants (or PMGD, for its initials in Spanish, and which produce up to 9 MW each), called Fondo de Inversión Rockville Solar Energy I. Together, the PMGDs will add an installed capacity of 145 MW to inject into the national electricity system, being one of the largest renewable energy investment funds of its kind.

Fondo de USD 147 millones para la construcción de 28 plantas fotovoltaicas

Rockville Capital acordó con inversionistas institucionales y calificados, la creación de un fondo por USD 147 millones cuyo objetivo es la compra de 28 plantas fotovoltaicas de características de los pequeños medios de generación distribuida (o PMGD, de hasta 9 MW cada una), denominado Fondo de Inversión Rockville Solar Energy I. En conjunto, los PMGD sumarán una capacidad instalada de 145 MW para inyectar al sistema eléctrico nacional, lo que lo convierte en uno de los mayores fondos de inversión de su tipo.