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Pérez-Llorca

PASEO DE LA CASTELLANA, 50, 28046 MADRID, SPAIN
Tel:
Work +34 91 436 04 20
Fax:
Fax +34 91 436 04 30
Email:
Web:
www.perezllorca.com
Barcelona, London, Madrid, New York
Pérez-Llorca, Pedro Pérez-Llorca, Madrid, SPAIN

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Pedro Pérez-Llorca

Tel:
Work + 34 91 436 04 22
Email:
Pérez-Llorca

Work Department

M&A, Private Equity, Capital Markets, Banking & Finance

Position

Pedro is Senior Partner of Pérez-Llorca. His corporate practice has a strong international dimension focusing on mergers & acquisitions, large private equity investments, public takeovers and finance matters. Pedro also advises on management issues, corporate governance and reorganisations.

Languages

English and Spanish. He reads French, German and Italian.

Member

International Bar Association (IBA), The Madrid Bar Association (ICAM).

Education

Law degree (1992). Business and Economics degree (1991) and Mathematics degree (2012).


Spain

Private equity

Within: Private equity

Pérez-Llorca’s strong team advises on complex matters. Highlights included acting for Northwood Investors on the sale of its interest in three Spanish corporations that have a combined interest ownership of 80.37% in Diagonal Mar Shopping to Deutsche Bank. Senior partner Pedro Pérez-Llorca, Julio Lujambio, Carmen Reyna and Pablo González head the practice.

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Pérez-Llorca

  • SPANISH LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE TRADING OF NON-PERFORMING LOANS

    Spain has recently been referred to as one of the "hottest" European countries in terms of debt sales, specifically of non-performing loans. This should not come as a surprise in a scenario in which independent audits as of June 2012 revealed a EUR 62 billion capital shortfall in Spanish banks and in which the Spanish rate of non-performing loans stayed above eight per cent of all loans.
    - PEREZ-LLORCA

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