Partner since 2009, and head of the insolvency, fraud and asset recovery practice, Mr Callejas advises national and foreign corporations in M&A and restructuring, cross-border transactions, joint ventures and venture capital transactions in Central America and the Caribbean. He directs complex insolvencies and white-collar crime investigations concerning financial fraud and asset recovery, involving local and foreign authorities in the United States and the Caribbean, such as the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the US Department of Justice (DoJ) and the Central Bank of Barbados. Mr Callejas has actively participated in several cases related to white-collar crimes and fraud, providing his solid expertise in corporate matters. He has coordinated auditing and financial legal teams in cases involving institutions such as the SEC, the DoJ, the Barbados Central Bank and local banking and financial authorities. He has participated in transactions in Central America, the Bahamas, Netherlands Antilles, Mexico, Jamaica, the Netherlands, Spain and the United States, among others. He has also participated in panels involving international litigation on the management of multi-jurisdictional cases. Mr Callejas is a fellow of the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL International).