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Matías Bordaberry

Matías Bordaberry is a lawyer and current International Master’s in Business and Administration candidate for the January 2019 intake at IE University. Born in Uruguay, he obtained his Law Degree from the University of Montevideo in 2015, specializing in corporate and finance. With working experience in the public sector and his country’s House of Parliament, he then went to work at Guyer & Regules, one of Uruguay’s most prestigious law-firms, where he joined the Corporate and Banking area.

His practice included experience in corporate structure, banking, M&A, and intellectual property, among others. He has worked directly with incubators and start-ups in the setting up, business plan, corporate structuring and legal regulation of their ventures, as well as the fulfilling of requirements in order to access seed capital and other funding. Other areas of practice included advising some of Uruguay’s most important banks and clients on corporate and banking matters, including working closely with public institutions and regulators.

With a passion for the public sector, politics and innovation, he has joined the IMBA class of 2019 at IE hoping to specialize in innovation, technology and entrepreneurship, and therefore help bridge the differences that arise between governments, startups and investors. Such goal is what motivated him to work with the Public Tech Lab to provide innovative solutions to the social problems that governments and cities face today.

Matías Bordaberry is a lawyer and current International Master’s in Business and Administration candidate for the January 2019 intake at IE University. Born in Uruguay, he obtained his Law Degree from the University of Montevideo in 2015, specializing in corporate and finance. With working experience in the public sector and his country’s House of Parliament, he then went to work at Guyer & Regules, one of Uruguay’s most prestigious law-firms, where he joined the Corporate and Banking area.

His practice included experience in corporate structure, banking, M&A, and intellectual property, among others. He has worked directly with incubators and start-ups in the setting up, business plan, corporate structuring and legal regulation of their ventures, as well as the fulfilling of requirements in order to access seed capital and other funding. Other areas of practice included advising some of Uruguay’s most important banks and clients on corporate and banking matters, including working closely with public institutions and regulators.

With a passion for the public sector, politics and innovation, he has joined the IMBA class of 2019 at IE hoping to specialize in innovation, technology and entrepreneurship, and therefore help bridge the differences that arise between governments, startups and investors. Such goal is what motivated him to work with the Public Tech Lab to provide innovative solutions to the social problems that governments and cities face today.