Meet Fernanda Panizza, Country Coordinator and Corporate Lawyer in Uruguay

Fernanda Panizza, Country Coordinator and Corporate Lawyer in Uruguay
“The client must be taken care of and assisted at all times… as this is critical for a long-lasting relationship.”

Meet Fernanda Panizza, Biz Latin Hub’s Country Coordinator and Corporate Lawyer in Uruguay. Fernanda has vast experience in business counseling for foreign and national companies. She specializes in corporate, business and labor law in Uruguay.

Fernanda was born in Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay, and since deciding to become a lawyer, has found her vocation in corporate counseling.

Such was the case that when she graduated from the University of the Republic as a Doctor in Law and Social Sciences, she began her Master’s Degree in Corporate Law from the University of Montevideo, where she graduated with Honors.

After that, she did a Post Graduate Degree in Applied Labor Law in the University of Montevideo.

Background in corporate law in Uruguay

Before she started working with Biz Latin Hub, Fernanda worked in two large legal firms in Uruguay, where she gained knowledge and professional experience in corporate law. This made her want to take on new challenges, both personal and professional. 

Fernanda appreciates that giving counsel to a client is a task that carries great responsibility, since the client fully trusts the professional in their recommendations and advice.

“It is of great importance to develop a trusting relationship between the professional and the client” she says. “The client must be taken care of and assisted at all times; we must show commitment and professionalism, as this is critical for a long-lasting relationship.”

Further education and travel

Currently, Fernanda is a member of the Uruguayan Bar Association and an assistant professor of Labor and Corporate Law at Uruguay’s University of the Republic.

Fernanda Panizza, Corporate Lawyer in Uruguay
“The key is to travel once a year to gain energy, to get to know new cultures and to return to daily activities with drive,”

She believes that the continuous study for being up-to-date is very important so as to work with responsibility.

This year, she is planning to do a Post Graduate Degree in International Tax Law to complete her professional training.

In her free time, Fernanda spends time with her family and friends, and when her profession allows it, she likes to travel. “The key is to travel once a year to gain energy, to get to know new cultures and to return to daily activities with drive,” she says.

Contact our corporate lawyer in Uruguay for market entry and back-office support

Uruguay is one of Latin America’s emerging economic powers, demonstrating positive growth and offering opportunities for businesses in a relatively unsaturated market. Argentinian-based companies are increasingly turning to Uruguay to explore a new market in light of the country’s financial struggles.

Seek the support of an experienced corporate lawyer in Uruguay to guide your company expansion into the country. Connecting with a trusted, knowledgeable professional boosts your chance of successful company formation and operations.

At Biz Latin Hub, our team of bilingual legal and accounting specialists in Uruguay offer tailored market entry and back-office services, and ensure your new company operates in full compliance with local corporate regulations.

Reach out to our accounting specialists and corporate lawyers in Uruguay at [email protected] for personalized assistance.

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