Quintanilla Soria & Nishizawa



Practice area

IFLR1000 Reviews

Financial and corporate

Quintanilla Soria & Nishizawa expanded its financial and corporate practice over the research period with the hire of three partners: Julio Quintanilla, Sergio Antelo and Gabriel Ribera. Advising the likes of Shell Bolivia and Inter-American Development Bank, the firm continues to make its mark on the market.

Clients had high praise for the firm. “The work was performed according to the request, responsible and orderly during the fusion process of the company,” says one client.

Another client adds: “The firm works in a very diligent and careful way, solving all the problems that arise in our daily operations with our investees, investors and regulators of the countries where we invest, but especially in Bolivia.”

There was specific praise for Julio Quintanilla. “He is a highly trained professional with admirable dedication to his clients. He not only solves the emerging problems but anticipates them and is proactive.”


The firm helped FMO and Women’s World Banking with acquiring a stake in Banco Solidario; advised Industrias Venado with incorporating Industria de Alimentos Santader, Fábrica Cruceña de Levaduras and Distribuidora Santa Cruz; and advised the Inter-American Development Bank on a loan agreement with Banco Ganadero.