Diana Y. Garcia, Esq. / Special Counsel

Diana Y. Garcia, Esq / Special Counsel
Diana Y. Garcia, Esq / Special Counsel

Ms. Garcia focuses in private equity, corporate and immigration law. She has vast experience in the legal and financial fields. Before re-joining Hantman & Associates Ms. Garcia was a Vice President at Panamerican Capital Partners, which provides private equity investing and investment banking services in the infrastructure and energy fields. She was mainly involved in the management of their international infrastructure finance funds. From 2002 to 2005, Ms. García practiced law in New York with our firm, working in acquisitions, negotiations, due diligence and providing counsel on international law issues and immigration law to the Colombian Consulate. From 1998 to 2002, Ms. García was the Consul for Legal Affairs at the Colombian Consulate in New York. Before moving to New York, she practiced law in Bogota, Colombia.

Ms. García received an MBA from the Yale School of Management, an LLM from Fordham Law School, and a LLB from Universidad del Rosario. She is admitted to practice law in New York State and the Republic of Colombia.


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