Guyer & Regules is considered Uruguay’s blue-chip firm and the first choice for international and domestic complex legal, accounting and tax work. Such reputation is grounded on the largest group of the most experienced partners in the country, who lead a solid team of internationally trained professionals with experts in every field of business law, and promote a culture of innovation within the firm.
Guyer & Regules is proud to have been consistently recognized as “Uruguayan Law Firm of the Year” for eight years and the first and only Uruguayan firm recognized as “Latin America Law firm of the Year” by Chambers & Partners. The firm has also been recognized as “Uruguay Tax Firm of the Year” by International Tax Review – Euromoney in 2018, as “Uruguay Firm of the Year” by International Financial Law Review – Euromoney on four occasions and as “Firm of the Year – Uruguay” by Who´s Who Legal for six consecutive years.
Performing with excellence, expertise, value, responsiveness, creativity and consistency, is not enough. At Guyer & Regules we strive to grow our capacity to develop strong and mutually rewarding personal working relationships with the people who work at the institutions we serve. We help them serve their institutions –our clients- better. And those special personal working relationships are what enable us to leverage all those other qualities they expect from a top firm.
Some of the main international practice areas are: Banking & Finance, Corporate/M&A, Accounting & Tax, Real Estate, Litigation, Labor, Telecommunications, Energy, Aviation, Insurance and Maritime.
As Latin Lawyer states, “Guyer & Regules has long sat comfortably at the top of the Uruguay’s legal market: the breadth and high quality of its service offering, its extensive and loyal client base, and its transactional clout mean that this prestigious firm is always highly sought after”.
Guyer & Regules has been involved in 63% of major public M&A deals in Uruguay over the past years, works for 8 out of 12 of the country’s top exporting companies of 2018, advises 66% of the private banks active in Uruguay and two out of three large private pension fund managers.
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
HSBC Bank (Uruguay) S.A., a full licensed bank in Uruguay, completed a new issuance of mortgage credit notes for a principal amount in Uruguayan pesos indexed to the inflation of an equivalent to US$ 15,000,000, with an interest rate of 4.25%. This was the first series of a US$ 200,000,000.00.