Attorney at Law
Marc's prior work includes 7 years at top international law firms and more than 20 years in-house in positions of increased responsibility. Marc has worked on projects throughout the Americas, UK and Europe. Marc lives outside Miami and represents US and… read more foreign clients.
- Outside General Counsel
- Affiliate Agreement
- Business Consulting Agreement
- Loan Agreement
- Vendor Agreement
- Other Commercial Contract Matter
- Asset Purchase
- Asset Purchase Agreement
- Stock Purchase
- Other Mergers & Acquisitions Matter
"I had the opportunity to work with Marc on a number of challenging business projects, including but not limited to re-negotiating complex commercial agreements, developing defensive legal positions in unfavorable foreign regulatory environments, and crafting legal strategies for negotiating multi-million dollar capital projects in Latin America. Marc is both thorough and anticipatory in his approach. He is an accomplished legal professional with a proven track record of successful projects in many different cultural and foreign contexts. He maintains the highest standards of integrity in his business relationships. I highly recommend Marc to head up the legal department of any business."
"Marc is an extraordinary asset for any company operating in the complex web of international business and law. His formal education has been enhanced by an extraordinary international career. His professional and human talents are a plus for anyone looking to get clear and well founded business options in numerous countries in Latin America and the world. I highly recommend Marc Un abrazo Jose Antonio"
ACS Infrastructure Development
Chief Legal Officer- North America
Aug 2014 - Apr 2019
Chief Legal Officer for North America of the concession/P3 division with 17 projects (with an asset portfolio exceeding $20B) of Grupo ACS, the world’s largest international construction contractor.
-Bid, awarded and financed 9 road, bridge and LRT P3 projects in excess of $15 billion
-Closed 4 re-financings ($2.5B), 3 equity sell-downs & JV with TIAA for project development in North America
Jun 2012 - Jun 2014
General Counsel of the developer of a subsea fiber optic cable system between US and Brazil. Tasks included:
-Construction and procurement contracts (Alcatel-Lucent, CoreSite, Equinix)
-Project structure and permitting- Led multi-functional team structuring ownership and managed US/NJ permitting.
-Debt and equity financing-Drafted key portions of equity OM & negotiated with export credit agency.
Regional/Assistant General Counsel & VP
Jun 1999 - Dec 2011
Started in Holland as VP, Legal & Commercial Affairs. Promoted to General Counsel of the Latin American & Caribbean Division (2001-08) and then Assistant General Counsel for global subsea construction and equipment procurement and subsequently sales in the Americas.
- Led diligence on $350 million acquisition; internal investigations on compliance & ethics and Chapter 11 reorganization in Latam
Entergy Power Group
Assistant General Counsel
Jan 1994 - Jun 1999
Assistant General Counsel of the independent power subsidiary of Entergy Corporation. Lead attorney for project development and financing efforts in South America and Europe. Closings included:
-£750 MM 1200 MW Saltend Project with BP in UK
-£465 MM 792 MW Damhead Creek Project in UK
-Acquisition of 25% of 370 MW generation project in Chile
-Won bid of privatization of Edegel in Peru
Apr 1989 - Dec 1993
Associate, Corporate Group, in 30-attorney branch office of the largest Northwest-based law firm. Represented project developers:
-Rye Patch Geothermal Facility- $37 MM loan from GE Capital.
-Riedel Compost Facility- $26 MM bond issuance with LC issued by Credit Suisse.
-PAMCORP Aircraft Maintenance Facility-$50 MM bond issuance. 1st US municipal bond guaranteed by a public pension fund.
Sullivan & Cromwell
Sep 1986 - Apr 1989
Associate, Bank Finance Group, in this leading international and finance law firm. Represented lenders including:
-$300 MM Multi-Currency Project Facilities for Red Dog mine (UBS).
-$1.1 B Acquisition Financing for Gould (IBJ)
-$38 MM Subordinated Note (AIG Capital Corp)
-$30 MM Credit Facility secured by global assets (Southeast Bank)