Carlos Francisco Saavedra Roa is a managing partner.
He speaks English and Spanish.
His university studies include a law degree, a master’s degree on public law and a specialisation degree on public institutions from the Universidad de los Andes, and a specialisation degree from Universidad Externado de Colombia.
Before founding his own law firm, Mr Saavedra worked as an assistant attorney at the law firm Peña Cediel Abogados, as a legal adviser in the Social Integration Department and at the Urban Development Institute in Bogotá, and as the legal coordinator of ports and trains in the National Infrastructure Agency (ANI).
In 2016, Mr Saavedra was accepted by the Chamber of Commerce of Bogotá to be part of the list of secretaries of arbitration of the Center of Arbitration and Conciliation after he passed the exam with a score of 97 out of 100, granting him first place.
During his time at the National Infrastructure Agency, he was appointed as the delegate on the team in charge of drafting the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Law, which has become the most important vehicle to reduce the infrastructure gap that exists in Colombia.