Amanda joined HD Compliance as an associate in 2023, advising companies in the creation and execution of robust compliance programs. Her approach is tailored to each entity’s operations, addressing legal risks such as corruption, financial crimes, and more. With experience in compliance evaluations and Due Diligence processes.
She previously worked as a Compliance Legal Analyst at Cornershop by Uber for the South American region (Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay), providing advice on issues related to AML/CFT (Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism) regulations for Colombia.
Furthermore, she has made contributions to the field of education. During the first semester of 2017, she was a teaching assistant at the Universidad de los Andes, assisting in Civil Law I. In 2019, she worked as a research assistant at the University Finis Terrae, focusing on Law of Obligations, Tort Law, and Contract Law.
Attorney, Universidad de los Andes (2020).
Diploma in Corporate Governance and Compliance, Universidad del Desarrollo (2022).
Gregorio joined HD Compliance in 2023 as an associate. He has extensive experience in the development of crime prevention models, due diligence processes, advising on antitrust issues and providing regulatory advice. His practice focuses on ensuring regulatory compliance and resolving conflicts through effective strategies in the field of crime prevention and consumer protection.
Lawyer, Universidad de los Andes (2020).
Master of Laws (LL.M.), Universidad de los Andes (ongoing).
Diploma in General Corporate Taxation, Universidad de Los Andes (2023).
Diploma in Corporate Law, Universidad de Los Andes (2022).
Diploma in Mergers and Acquisitions, Universidad de Los Andes (2021).
Rodrigo joined HD’s Compliance team in August 2023, specializing in criminal matters.
Previously, he carried out his professional practice at the Public Defender’s Office, in the adolescent criminal responsibility unit.
In the academic aspect, Rodrigo was an assistant at the Pontificia Universidad Católica in the Public International Law course led by Professor Álvaro Paul (2018-2021); assistant at the same university in the Criminal Law course led by Professor María Elena Santibáñez and Claudio Feller (2020-2022); and assistant at the same university in the International Criminal Law course led by Professor José Ignacio Escobar (2022).
Lawyer, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2023).
Course (MOOC) “Corporate Governance. Myths and Realities”, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (March 2023).
Course (MOOC) “Children’s Human Rights – An Interdisciplinary Introduction”, Université de Genève (December 2022).