Our Managing Partner

Lawyer, business consultant, and public policy analyst. Managing Partner of INERTIA and Board Solutions Central America.

Jorge Constantino Colindres

Lawyer, business consultant, and public policy analyst. With experience advising local and regional business groups in the design and implementation of their corporate governance system, international tax planning, strategic acquisitions, regulatory compliance, and asset protection strategies.

Currently acting as the Managing Partner of Servicios Profesionales Integrados, S.A. de C.V. (INERTIA), a multidisciplinary professional services firm providing legal, accounting, and investment structuring services. Its subsidiary firm, Board Solutions Central America, provides strategic planning, risk management, internal control, Board of Directors operations support, and family businesses counsel services.

Author and co-author of several studies on economic freedom, tax reform, energy market liberalization, special economic zones, constitutional law, and civil liberties. International recognition for his advocacy on behalf of the taxpayer due process rights, through which 15 out of his 20 policy proposals were adopted by the National Congress in the country’s new Tax Code, benefitting over 2 million registered taxpayers (Free Market Solutions to Poverty, 2017).

Expertise

Corporate & Commercial Law

Corporate Governance

Administrative Law

Investment Structuring

Tax Planning

Special Economic Zones

Policy Analysis

Real Estate

Publications

The Honduran ZEDE: From National Politics to Local Democracies
Journal of Special Jurisdictions (2021).

Make Honduras Great: Charter Cities as a Development Program
Charter Cities Institute (2019)

Democratic Compliance: A Charter City’s Obligations Under International Law. The case of the Honduran ZEDE regime.
Charter Cities Institute (2018)

Collection: New Honduran Tax Code Papers
Fundación Eléutera (2016)

Using Blockchain to Secure Honduran Land Titles
Property Rights Alliance (2016)

Economic Freedom in Central America Reports
Fundación Eléutera (2014-2016)

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