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Carolina Pinzas

Associate
Lawyer

Contact
T +51 513-9430
CMS Grau
Av. Santa María 110
Miraflores, L18
Lima
Peru
Languages Spanish, English

Carolina Pinzás specializes in Corporate Law and Regulatory Law, Minero-Ambiental and Safety and Health at Work. Her experience includes: advising on corporate and contractual issues; corporate reorganizations; in administrative sanctioning procedures of the telecommunications and mining sectors, management of permits, licenses and authorizations of environmental management instruments and operating in the mining sector; as well as the fulfilment of administrative and environmental obligations at each stage of the mining activity. She also has experience advising on pre-audits on mining matters; assessing environmental responsibilities, industrial safety and labor protection.

 

Before CMS Grau, Carolina Pinzás worked as Legal Chief of Volcan Compañía Minera S.A.A. and its subsidiaries; as Legal Chief of Compañía Industrial Productora de Explosivos Nacionales S.A.C. (Subsidiary of MaxamCorp International S.L.U.); as Senior Associate of the Corporate Area of Grimaldo Abogados Área Corporativa; and as the Regulatory Policy area Principal Advisor at Nextel del Perú S.A.

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Education

  • 2010 – MBA Internacional – EAE Business School and Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya – Barcelona, Spain
  • 2005 – Law Degree, Universidad de Lima
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Memberships

  • Lima Bar Association (CAL)
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CMS Ex­pert Guide to re­struc­tur­ing and in­solv­ency law
Are you look­ing for in­form­a­tion on re­struc­tur­ing and in­solv­ency law? This CMS Ex­pert Guide provides you with everything you need to know.
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CMS Ex­pert Guide to in­solv­ency in Lat­in Amer­ica
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