Rodrigo Callejas A
Rodrigo Callejas leads the Insolvency and asset recovery practice at the Guatemalan law firm Carrillo y Asociados. He joined the firm in 2000 and earned his law degrees and notary public certifications from Francisco Marroquín University in 2002. He holds additional qualifications from the Central America Business Institute (INCAE) and Georgetown University Law Center, and is a fellow of the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL International).
Through Mr Callejas" expertise and leadership, Carrillo y Asociados is spearheading the development of insolvency/asset recovery law practice in Central America.
Mr Callejas leads the firm"s team, working for the Custodian of Bancafe International Bank, incorporated in Barbados, with operations in Guatemala, in performing groundbreaking computer forensics and physical data recovery, to unravel a complex web of offshore non-regulated entities allegedly used to capture and launder money.
Mr Callejas is also lead multi-jurisdictional Latin American counsel for one of the largest international asset recovery/bank liquidations in history: the $4.2 billion Stanford International Bank (Antigua) Ponzi scheme.
Mr Callejas" experience includes coordinating and obtaining recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, and recognition of cross-border insolvency processes before local, US, and European authorities.