Alejandra Vallejos M.

Alejandra Vallejos´s practice focuses on corporate governance, compliance, competition law and information technology. She has extensive experience in internal investigations using technology tools including financial fraud, corrupt payments, and antitrust offenses. She has worked as a public official in several positions, including the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economy and at the office of the National Economic Prosecutor.

Alejandra advises on corporate compliance programs as well as corporate governance and data protection. She has participated in the negotiation and presentation to the Congress of the Data Protection Bill, Tax Incentives on technology, Sustainable Companies and Capital Markets.


MPA, Harvard University, (2011)

LLM, Heidelberg University/ Universidad de Chile (2007)

J.D. Equivalent with highest honors, Universidad de Chile, Chile (2005)

Diploma on Electric Sector Regulation, Universidad de Chile (2012)

Honors & Distinctions

Luksic Fellow (2009)

Harvard ASH Center for Innovation Fellow (2010)

Language Capability

Spanish (Native), English (Fluent), Portuguese (Rudimentary)


CFE Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Notable Experience

- Co Founder of the first consultancy firm dedicated to Compliance & Integrity, Seal Legal Forensics

- Conducted internal investigation for mutlinationals on retail, energy and mining industries on trade secrets and competition law.

- Advising energy and natural resources companies on corporate governance involving integrity due diligence reports and investigations.

- Wide ranging experience of investigatiosn and proceedings by the National Economic Prosecutor agency against companies and individuals.

- Investigating at the National Economic Prosecutor cases on the health, retail, transport, energy, construction, and technology industries, performing dawn raids and reports to Appellate, Supreme and Antitrust Courts.

- Representing a major company in the freightforwarding business to obtain marger clearance at Chile involving a world wide operation.

- Representing LafargeHolcim to obtain merger clearance for the sale of it’s Chilean cement and concrete business.

- Coordinating an internal cartel investigation for Cargill/EWOS regarding their Chilean fish food business, resulting in a leniency application with the Chilean authorities.  

- Drafting, presenting and negotiating Data Protection National Laws at the chilean Congress.

- Advising a software and artificial intelligence company on the performance of their algorithms and competition law.

- Training and development of compliance programs of a multinational telecommunications and technology products company.

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