• Arbitration and Mediation
• Banking and Finance
• Compliance and Risk Management
• Data Privacy and Information Technologies
• Mining Law
• Attorney, degree in Law, Universidad Católica Boliviana “San Pablo,” La Paz (Bolivia), 2016.
• Specialization in business law with an international focus, Università degli Studi di Padova (Italy), 2018.
• Course in Tax and Banking Data Protection, Universidad de Montevideo (Uruguay), 2020.
• Course in Legal English – Florida Education Institute, 2020.
• Course in Protection & Accountability, Universidad de Los Andes de Colombia, 2021
Natalia is a member of the FERRERE international arbitration team and has broad experience advising on personal data protection, banking and compliance.
Natalia Dalenz is a member of the FERRERE international arbitration team and provides her professional services in analyzing and consulting on important investment arbitration processes administered by the PCA and ICSID, in addition to local institutions such as CAINCO and CNC.
Natalia is also a member of the FERRERE Banking and Finance team, where she advises local and transnational companies on cross-border banking and finance transactions involving multilateral development organizations.
She also heads up the Personal Data practice in Bolivia and has experience advising on matters of anticorruption and codes of conduct and business ethics.
Before joining the firm, Natalia collaborated at a prestigious international law firm in Padua, Italy, part of a European big firm group, where she did law research in the field of international investment arbitration.
Natalia completed her graduate studies at Universitá degli Studi di Padova (Italy), with specialization in international arbitration.
She recently completed Diploma programs in International Arbitration at Universidad de Montevideo (Uruguay) and in Higher Education at Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (Bolivia) for teaching law. She regularly publishes academic articles on arbitration and personal data protection.
As part of her community activities she has been a member of the Art Shapers association, supporting emerging artists and new endeavors. She also leads social projects aimed at digital inclusion for the La Paz Hub of Global Shapers, an initiative of the World Economic Forum.