Partner

Cristóbal Herrera

General Corporate Practice
Capital Markets, Financing and Derivatives


cherrera@fycom.cl

Academic Background

  • Master of Business Law,  University of Sydney, Sydney, 2009
  • Law Degree, Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, 2001
  • Commercial Law Professor, Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, since 2011

Work Experience

  • Partner, Fischer y Cia. ( former BF&C ), Santiago, since 2015
  • Associate, Baraona Fischer & Cia, 2006 – 2015
  • Legal Counsel, Finance and Corporate Division, Telefónica Móvil Chile S.A., Santiago, 2006-2002

2023

  • THE LEGAL 500
    Recommended Lawyer
    Corporate and M&A
  • BEST LAWYERS
    Banking & Finance Law
    Capital Markets Law
    Corporate and M&A
    Venture Capital: Best Lawyer of the Year

2022

  • BEST LAWYERS
    Banking & Finance
    Capital Markets Law
    Corporate and M&A
    Venture Capital
  • THE LEGAL 500
    Recommended Lawyer, Corporate and M&A

2021

  • BEST LAWYERS
    Banking & Finance
    Capital Markets Law
    Corporate and M&A
    Venture Capital

2020

  • BEST LAWYERS
    Capital Markets Law
    Corporate and M&A

    Derivatives
    *Also in Global Guide 5th edition

Latest Updates

Developments in the FINTECH LAW

Developments in the FINTECH LAW

Yesterday, October 4th, 2022, the Senate approved with 39 votes in favor and 6 abstentions, the particular text of the Bill that promotes competition and financial inclusion, through innovation and technology, in the provision of financial services, also called “FINTECH LAW”. ...

Business Income Tax Registries ‘Update

Business Income Tax Registries ‘Update

As of September 2nd 2022, a Single Tax (IU) of 10% began to be applied on the highest value obtained in the sale of shares and mutual funds with presence in the stock market, according to the new article 107 of the Income Tax Law Income (LIR) (See our article "Shares and mutual...

Stocks and mutual funds: Modifications to the tax exemption

Stocks and mutual funds: Modifications to the tax exemption

Until last September 1st, there was a tax exemption for income obtained from the sale of shares and quotas of mutual and investment funds with a stock market presence (article 107 of the LIR). This consisted of classifying them as non-income income, that is, they were not taxed...

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