Hogan Lovells (Hanoi)

Gaston Fernandez

Hogan Lovells (Hanoi)
Lawyer (Partner)

Bridging the gap between China and Latin America, Gaston P. Fernandez handles project development and finance matters involving both regions. Fluent in Spanish, Mandarin, and English, he facilitates deals for clients across borders and cultures. Gaston lived in China from 2005-2011, working at a prominent Chinese law firm for a year before joining the firm’s Beijing office and then transferring to the Miami office in 2011. He often represents Latin American national governments and companies and has worked on matters involving Asian investment throughout Latin America in the petrochemical, power generation, transportation, and mining industries. He has been involved with the negotiation and successful closing of credit facilities for Latin American national governments and companies from U.S., European, and Asian banks, including China Development Bank, The Export-Import Bank of China, Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), and The Export-Import Bank of Korea.

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Articles

73 Bulletin

Adrian Emch, Gaston Fernandez, Giang Nguyen The Vietnamese Competition Authority issues a report looking back on the merger control filings 2019-2021 since the entry into force of the new national competition law

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July 2021 marked the two-year anniversary of the entry into force of Vietnam’s new Competition Law (Law No. 23/2018/QH14). Among other things, the Competition Law established a brand-new merger control regime implemented by the Vietnamese Competition and Consumer Authority (“VCCA”) under the (...)

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