Cuatrecasas > Madrid, Spain > Firm Profile

Almagro, 9.
28010 Madrid

Spain > Banking and finance Tier 1

Split between Madrid and Barcelona, Cuatrecasas is well placed to handle large financing transactions and high-profile banking matters in Iberia and Latin America, benefitting from its strong international network of offices. Typical engagements for the team, which has recently experienced an uptick in mandates related to sustainable and alternative financing, include refinancings, debt restructuring processes, acquisition and corporate finance, direct lending, as well as real estate and project financings. Its financial services regulatory capabilities, which cover the full range of financial products, banking and payment services regulations, and fintech issues, are also noteworthy. Íñigo Rubio showcases notable expertise in the financing of infrastructure and real estate projects; corporate and asset finance, as well as debt restructuring are other key areas of activity for the practice head. Jorge Canta takes the lead on financial services regulatory matters, which is also an area of expertise for Fernando Mínguez (currently on leave from his position as inspector of credit and savings institutions at the Bank of Spain). Miguel Sánchez Monjo is a key point of contact for domestic and international banks, credit institutions, investment firms, fintechs, funds and payment institutions, who rely on him for regulatory advice.

Practice head(s):

Íñigo Rubio; Beatriz Causapé; Fernando Mínguez; Jorge Canta

Other key lawyers:

Fernando Bernad; Miguel Sánchez Monjo; Héctor Bros

Key clients

Bain Capital


Banco Santander

Assured Investment Management

Glas Trust Corporation

Charterhouse Capital Partners


Yukon Capital

Air Nostrum


Grupo Orenes

EOS Spain

Banco Inversis

Credit Suisse

Banco BCC


American Express


Bank of New York Mellon


Grupo Cajamar

Western Union

Societe Generale



Eurobits Technologies

Kraken (Payward)

Flatex Bank


Work highlights

  • Advised Bain Capital on the financial aspects of acquiring ITP Aero (value €1.6bn).
  • Advised Caixabank on the financing of the sale of a portfolio of non-performing loans to EOS, Kruk, and Axactor for €753m.
  • Advised Credit Suisse on the Spanish aspects of the merger with UBS, including regulatory issues.

Spain > Capital markets: Debt Tier 1

Singled out for its experience in advising originators, management companies, joint-lead managers, arrangers and rating agencies on securitisations, Cuatrecasas‘ finance group has been particularly active in deals involving green, receivables, non-performing loans (NPLs) and warehouse securitisations. Additionally, the group fields a team of seasoned capital markets practitioners who assist with a combination of commercial paper programmes, high-yield bonds and corporate issuances, including green and sustainability-linked transactions. Jaime De La Torre is recommended for securitisation and structured finance mandates, while Miguel Cruz is highlighted for his experience in high-yield matters, commercial paper programmes, and notes issuances; both practitioners are based in Madrid. Ana Mª Gamazo is a key name in the Barcelona office for ordinary and convertible bonds issues.

Practice head(s):

Íñigo Rubio; Beatriz Causapé

Other key lawyers:

Jaime de la Torre; Miguel Cruz; Ana Mª Gamazo

Key clients

Banco Santander

Tilden Park


El Corte Inglés


DBRS Ratings

Unión De Créditos Inmobiliarios


Santander De Titulización, S.G.F.T.

Bnp Paribas

Work highlights

  • Advising Unión De Créditos Inmobiliarios (UCI) on the first green public securitisation in Spain under ICMA’s Green Bond Principles.
  • Advising Banco Santander on securitisation “LANTANA” (Clavel Residential 2 DAC) involving a portfolio of mortgage-backed reperforming loans.
  • Advising the arrangers and joint bookrunners on the negotiation of the agreements and security package in relation to Tendam’s issuance of €300m senior secured flowing rate notes due 2028 and a sustainability-linked facilities agreement.

Spain > Capital markets: Equity Tier 1

A popular destination for large companies and controlling shareholders, Cuatrecasas is home to a multidisciplinary capital markets practice with a deep bench of ECM experts, covering IPOs on the Madrid Stock Exchange and BME Growth, secondary offerings, delistings and capital increases. The group is also noted for its significant experience in public M&A and corporate governance issues concerning listed companies. The well-rounded department is led by a capable duo based in Madrid: corporate governance and ECM specialist Juan Aguayo, the trusted adviser to several Spanish listed companies; and José Luis Rodríguez, who boasts a strong track record in the listing of companies on the Spanish securities market and BME Growth. In the same office, Ignacio Escrivá De Romaní has been especially active advising on share capital increases and listings on the Spanish alternative stock market. Gerard Correig, another name to note for capital markets transactions and corporate governance, splits his time between Barcelona and Santiago (Chile). Pere Kirchner in Barcelona is a reference for M&A involving publicly-held companies.

Practice head(s):

Juan Aguayo; José Luis Rodríguez

Other key lawyers:

Gerard Correig; Ignacio Escrivá de Romaní; Pere Kirchner; Roger Freixes

Key clients

Adriano Care Socimi


Atrys Health

Catalana Occidente

Cementos Molins

CIE Automotive


Faes Farma


Virtualware 2007

Work highlights

  • Advising Aplicaciones y Tratamientos de Sistemas on its admission to listing on the BME Growth market on the design of its corporate governance system.
  • Advising Virtualware 2007 on corporate governance issues and on adapting its internal legal regulations for its listing on the Euronext Paris.

Spain > Dispute resolution Tier 1

Cuatrecasas has a sizeable litigation and arbitration practice, which is particularly noted for its proficiency in mandates concerning the infrastructure, construction, energy, banking, and insurance sectors. The firm, whose client base includes Spanish and international corporates, investors, and public entities, is singled out for its cross-border capabilities. The team is led by Madrid-based Alfonso Iglesia and Antonio Carreño from Barcelona. Other key members within the team include Alvaro Mendiola, who handles a range of judicial and arbitration proceedings, Alberto Fortún, an expert in cross-border disputes, and Alfonso Gómez-Acebo, a highly regarded arbitrator for private parties, states, and state-owned entities. The team also features active members César Rivera, Esther de Félix, and María Pérez, all of whom are skilled in commercial, corporate, and competition-related disputes.

Practice head(s):

Alfonso Iglesia; Antonio Carreño

Key clients

International Consortium Metro de Lima

Sociedad Concesionaria Peruana de Vías (COVINCA)




Epic Arabia

Work highlights

  • Successfully representing the international consortium (ACS, FCC, Webuild (former Salini Impregilo), Cosapi, Ansaldo, Hitachi) granted the project to design, finance, build, operate and maintain Line 2 and branch line Av. Faucett – Av. Gambetta of the Lima and Callao Subway in international arbitration brought against the Republic of Peru.
  • Advised Daimler, together with Gleiss Lutz, on a follow-on cartel damage claim before the CJEU.
  • Successfully representing Epic Arabia Project Development in one of the arbitrations filed by Iranian businessman Shahpari Azzamy Zanganeh.

Spain > Employment Tier 1

With trained specialists working across the full spectrum of employment law matters, market leader Cuatrecasas attracts instructions from an impressive client roster comprised of local businesses, large multinationals and public institutions operating in an array of sectors. WIth a wealth of experience advising on the labour aspects of high-cap M&A deals, the firm is also well positioned to handle large workforce restructurings, collective agreements and internal investigations. The practice is jointly led by Barcelona-based Rubén Agote, who advises on collective bargaining, company policies and employment disputes, and Juan Bonilla in Madrid, who is renowned for his experience in contract terminations, pension issues and corporate transactions. Both practitioners are well versed in acting for clients at court appellate level. Other key individuals include labour law specialist and former senior judge Jordi Puigbó and Isabel Merenciano, whose expertise covers corporate, litigation and criminal matters in this space.

Practice head(s):

Rubén Agote; Juan Bonilla

Other key lawyers:

Jordi Puigbó; Salvador del Rey; Isabel Merenciano

Key clients


Cristian Lay (CL)

Johnson Health Technologies

Magnon Green Energy

Diamond Resorts (Hilton Grand Vacations, HGV)


Federación Empresarial Hotelera de Mallorca




Work highlights

  • Advised Oracle on a collective dismissal of over 150 employees.
  • Advised IMESAPI on negotiating, drafting and agreeing on its new gender equality plans.
  • Advising the Hotel Business Federation of Mallorca (FEHM) on the negotiation of the 16th collective bargaining agreement for the hospitality industry in the Balearic Islands.

Spain > Industry focus: Food Tier 1

Cuatrecasas fields a strong team of lawyers specialised in Spanish and EU food law, offering advice to large international and domestic food and beverage companies on a spread of matters, from production and branding rights to transportation and advertising issues. Its broad service covers corporate, regulatory, competition issues as well as litigation and IP. Focused on IP, data protection and new technologies, Alejandro Negro handles a mix of advisory work, contractual matters and litigation for major food companies.

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Pernod Ricard

Eckes Granini


M. Lagares, La Sarteneja

Jealsa Rianxeira

Biotech Foods

Costa Food

Angulas Aguinaga

Salsas De Salteras



Grupo Linamar

Q-impact, Seaya Ventures, Triodos Impact Strategies

Atlantinc Blue

Compañía Vinicola Del Norte De España (Cvne)

Work highlights

  • Advised Brown-Forman on the acquisitions of Diplomático Rum and Gin Mare.
  • Advised Eckes Granini advertising issues applicable to consumer products.
  • Advised Compañía Vinícola del Norte (CVNE) on acquiring a winery with the Rías Baixas designation of origin.

Spain > Industry focus: TMT Tier 1

Cuatrecasas acts for large private companies across the TMT space, as well as social media businesses, digital platforms, e-companies, software creators, and technology corporations on matters ranging from the drafting of technology agreements to IP, regulatory issues and cybersecurity. Barcelona-based partner Albert Agustinoy and Álvaro Bourkaib in Madrid lead the technologies and digital media practice, which counts a number of blue-chip multinationals among its clients. Outsourcing and litigation expert Alejandro NegroRafael Sánchez Aristi, who advises on business models based on software and databases; and telecoms specialist María Pérez also play pivotal roles in work for major clients.

Practice head(s):

Albert Agustinoy; Alvaro Bourkaib

Key clients




Sony Music Entertainment

Technical University of Madrid






Work highlights

  • Defending Airbnb in and obtaining a favourable judgment from Spanish courts against a collective claim brought by an association representing more than 100 AIRBNB platform users (hosts).
  • Advised Microsoft on registering Microsoft’s services with the Spanish Telecoms Competent Authority (CNMC) and representing the company before it on an ongoing basis.
  • Advised PROFILM and AECINE on presenting proposals to reform the regulation on tax incentives in the audiovisual sector.

Spain > Intellectual property: Copyright Tier 1

Cuatrecasas is home to a sizeable IP team which handles some of the most sophisticated copyright matters in Spain. The intellectual and industrial property, and trade secrets group is well versed in both complex litigation proceedings and transactional matters. Albert Agustinoy in Barcelona, who acts for numerous multinational e-commerce and IT operators, and intangible protection and transfer expert Álvaro Bourkaib in Madrid are the lead practitioners. Rafael Sánchez Aristi frequently advises radio and television bodies, cinemas, and hotel chains on the negotiation of rates with large-scale owners of copyrighted material. IP litigator Jorge Llevat and Alejandro Negro, who focuses on IP, data protection, and new technologies, also play pivotal roles in the practice.

Practice head(s):

Albert Agustinoy; Álvaro Bourkaib

Key clients




Práctica Arquitectura y Urbanismo

Work highlights

  • Advised Apanqura on acquiring an important music catalog (the publishing rights and the recording rights of several well-known artists).
  • Advised Renault on the infringement of a third party’s copyrights in advertisements.
  • Representing Adevinta in conflicts concerning protection of database right on its well-known online platforms.

Spain > Projects and energy Tier 1

Recognised for its broad service offering in the infrastructure and renewable energy sectors, Cuatrecasas is well positioned to handle the corporate side of energy deals, regulatory issues and project finance matters. The group is jointly led by a Madrid-based duo: Luis Pérez De Ayala  draws on his extensive administrative and regulatory expertise to advise on large-scale M&A in the energy space, while Fernando Bernad, a name to note for project finance. Also in Madrid, Agustín Cerdá is another key contact for financing matters, with a particular focus on the renewable sector. Héctor Bros, who is based in the Barcelona office, often assists with project finance, PPPs and PFI structures.

Practice head(s):

Luis Pérez de Ayala; Fernando Bernad

Other key lawyers:

Héctor Bros; Agustín Cerdá; Félix Plasencia; Marcos García; Alejandro Bonitch

Key clients

Cameco Corporation

Ignis Energía


Fotowatio Renewable Ventures

Capital Energies


Magtel Energía Sostenible

China Three Gorges

Powen (Brookfield)

Energía de Galicia

Lightsource BP



Phynix Iberia

Sinia Renovables






Banco Sabadell


Banco Santander

China Three Gorges

Work highlights

  • Advised Cameco Corporation on the acquisition, with Brookfield Renewable Partners, of the Westinghouse Electric Company.
  • Advised Volkswagen/Seat on the financial aspects regarding the negotiation of the consortium agreement for the strategic project for the recovery and economic transformation of the electric and connected vehicle (PERTE VEC) named “Future: Fast Forward”.
  • Advised Orygeen on the acquisition of a majority shareholding in a joint investment platform with Tresca to develop 12 green hydrogen projects with a total approximate capacity of 1.8GW.

Spain > Public law Tier 1

Cuatrecasas offers a wide range of services in all public specialties, including public procurement, regulatory advice on corporate and finance transactions, town planning and environmental law matters, among others. Practice head Luis Pérez De Ayala, a key contact for both public and private companies, regularly handles regulatory and administrative mandates, with a keen focus on the energy sector. Félix Plasencia Sanchez has considerable expertise in public contracts and related litigation within the healthcare, construction, and energy sectors, while Nicolás González-Deleito focuses on regulatory law, administrative concessions, and town planning. PPP specialist Jorge Botella routinely handles transactions in regulated sectors and public procurement, while Alejandro Auset is noted for his proficiency in public law litigation.

Practice head(s):

Luis Pérez de Ayala

Other key lawyers:

Key clients



Air Liquide

Volskwagen group

Sampol Ingeniería y Obras

Autonomous Government of Castilla- La Mancha

Cameco Corporation

Emesa (ACS & Ferrovial)

Compass Group


Escal UGS

Corporació Catalana de Mitjans Audiovisuals (TV3)

Generalitat de Catalunya

HI Partners (Blackstone)

Productores Audiovisuales Federados (PROA)


Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya

Dow Chemical Iberica

Coca-Cola Europacific

Fiesta Hotels (Grupo Paladium)

Work highlights

  • Advising Cameco Corporation on the acquisition, with Brookfield Renewable Partners, of the Westinghouse Electric Company.
  • Providing ongoing legal advice to Air Liquide on all issues related to public contracts entered with public administrations and entities.
  • Advising Fiesta Hotels (Palladium Group) on judicial reviews, including sanctions for noise pollution relating to the group’s Ushuaïa beach hotel and nightclub in Ibiza, as well as an unfair competition lawsuit for breaching urban regulations.

Spain > Restructuring and insolvency Tier 1

The restructuring, insolvency, and special situations practice at Cuatrecasas is a vital resource for creditors, debtors, management teams, shareholders, investment funds, banks, and corporates seeking advice on restructuring transactions and general insolvency proceedings. The team is adept at representing both creditors and debtors, and is frequently engaged in crisis management matters, ranging from refinancing and distressed M&A to winding up and directors’ liability issues. The team is led by dual-qualified partner (Spain and New York) Ignacio Buil, who is based in Madrid and specialises in financing and debt restructuring transactions. Other key team members include Patricia Álvarez and Fedra Valencia, both based in Madrid. Additionally, Antonio Carreño and Javier Sánchez, working from Barcelona, play crucial roles in supporting clients in large-scale insolvency proceedings.

Practice head(s):

Ignacio Buil

Other key lawyers:

Work highlights

  • Advised KKR on restructuring Food Delivery Brands (Telepizza), following the agreement reached between its current shareholders—headed by KKR—and over 90% of the bondholders, that includes the debt capitalization by the latter and the company takeover, valued at €400m.
  • Advised Barcelona Project’s on insolvency proceedings of the company that manages the Juan Carlos I Hotel, to be renamed Miranda de Pedralbes and managed by Meliá.
  • Advised Gestamp Automoción on entering into a syndicated loan with national and international financial institutions to refinance its existing debt and finance the Group’s general corporate needs, valued at €1.7bn.

Spain > Tax Tier 1

With a strong focus on corporate taxation, tax litigation, and wealth management matters, the group at Cuatrecasas maintains a robust position in the Spanish tax market. Its reputation is upheld by the stature of its client base, which includes some of the largest Spanish and multinational corporates. The group is also well positioned to advise on international tax structures, especially in Latin American jurisdictions, leveraging its connections with offices in Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. The practice is led by Alicia De Carlos, who focuses on corporate transactions, restructurings and wealth management. Other noteworthy individuals include tax litigation specialist Miró Ayats, as well as Carlos Ferrer, Andrés Sánchez, and Antonio Barba, who are all knowledgeable of corporate and financial taxation.

Practice head(s):

Alicia de Carlos

Other key lawyers:

Miró Ayats; Antonio Barba; Carlos Ferrer; Andrés Sánchez; Paz Irazusta; Alejandro Escoda

Key clients


Banco Santander






El Corte Ingles

Penguin Random House

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Work highlights

  • Advised over 50 investment funds resident in Germany before the Spanish Supreme Court and the Spanish Audiencia Nacional on a massive dividend withholding tax reclaim procedures in Spain.
  • Advised Catalana Occidente on the acquisition of Memora Servicios Funerarios from Ontario Teachers Pension Plan.
  • Advised Seat, Volkswagen and Audi on the joint venture agreement for the strategic project for economic recovery and transformation (PERTE) of Vehículo Eléctrico Conectado (VEC), named project “Future: Fast Forward.

Spain > White-collar crime Tier 1

The corporate crime group at Cuatrecasas handles a spread of matters related to fraud, corruption, environmental crime and insolvency offences at the national and international level. Based in Madrid, co-head Joaquín Burkhalter acts for large Spanish and international clients, including banking, technology and construction companies, in high-profile investigations into money laundering and tax evasion. Fellow co-leader Josep Riba in Barcelona handles mandates concerning bankruptcy, social security and environmental crimes. The team also includes criminal lawyer José Bonilla, who has a strong focus on the financial sector, and Alfredo Domínguez, who is a key name to note for litigation, investigations and the design and implementation of compliance and crime-prevention programmes.

Practice head(s):

Joaquín Burkhalter; Josep Riba

Other key lawyers:

Spain > Commercial, corporate and M&A Tier 2

Cuatrecasas is routinely sought out by a litany of Spanish and international corporates across the retail, consumer goods, life sciences, insurance, industrial and energy sectors. The practice has continued to concentrate its position as an adviser in high-end domestic and cross-border M&A, benefitting from its strong network of offices stretching across Latin America, New York and London. The department is under the joint leadership of Alejandro Payá, who regularly advises on M&A deals, joint ventures and strategic alliances in the financial services, infrastructure and life sciences segments, and José Luis Rodríguez, a reference for domestic and multijurisdictional acquisitions and corporate restructurings. Javier Villasante focuses on M&A and PE matters, while Javier Martí-Fluxá maintains a broad practice covering M&A, joint ventures, ECM deals and takeover bids.

Practice head(s):

Alejandro Payá; José Luis Rodríguez

Other key lawyers:

Key clients


Anacap Financial Group

Bain Capital

Acciona Energias Renovables


General de Alquiler de Maquinaria (GAM)


Söderberg & Partners


Volkswagen Group España

Work highlights

  • Advised Bain Capital on the acquisition of ITP Aero for €1.6bn.
  • Acted for Sacyr in the sale of Valoriza Servicios Medioambientales for €734m.
  • Advised Brown-Forman on the acquisition of the Diplomático rum trademark in Spain, Portugal and Panama.

Spain > Environment Tier 2

With strong credentials in all manner of administrative, civil and criminal proceedings relating to natural resources, pollution, waste disposal, heritage and land use, the environmental law group at Cuatrecasas is retained by impressive client roster of large Spanish and multinational companies, especially key names within the energy and chemical sector. In addition to its capabilities in contentious matters, the firm is also well versed in the environmental implications of corporate transactions and projects. Focused on regulatory and energy-related mandates, Luis Pérez De Ayala steers the group from Madrid. The team is also home to Yolanda Guerra in Barcelona, who possesses deep knowledge of climate change and contentious matters, and Joaquín Lozano in Seville, who often advises on urban planning and regulatory issues.

Practice head(s):

Luis Pérez de Ayala

Other key lawyers:

Key clients


Cameco Corporation

Haven Energy

Arco Energía

Greenfield PV

Anticipa Real Estate





Arcos Sun Invest

Cementos Cosmos




Work highlights

  • Advising CAMECO CORPORATION on the acquisition, together with Brookfield Renewable Partners, of the Westinghouse Electric Company.
  • Advising SACYR on the sale of Valoriza Servicios Medioambientales to Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners.
  • Assisting AZORA GROUPS’S SPVs with the environmental impact assessment of various photovoltaic projects, addressing objections and attending to the authorities’ requirements.

Spain > EU and competition Tier 2

Working in close collaboration with the firm’s private enforcement and corporate practice, Cuatrecasas provides Spanish conglomerates and multinationals from key industries, such as life sciences, automotive, technology, energy and media, a full-service EU and competition offering. The group is well positioned to handle merger control, state aid, abuse of dominance cases, cartel investigations and related litigation. Over in the Barcelona office, practice head Irene Moreno-Tapia advises clients on merger control matters and antitrust investigations, while María López Ridruejo in Madrid offers assistance with multijurisdictional cartel cases, damage claims as well as vertical and horizontal agreements. Andrew Ward is no longer at the firm.

Practice head(s):

Other key lawyers:

María López Ridruejo; Cristina Vila

Key clients


Catalana Occidente

Ancala Partners LLP

Charterhouse Development Capital



Bombardier (Alstom Group)


Rekalde 21


Work highlights

  • Advising Alcampo on the merger control clearance before the CNMC for the acquisition of a portfolio of 235 supermarkets and 2 logistics warehouses under the Dia Plaza brand.
  • Advising Catalana Occidente on notifying the CNMC and the Autoridade da Concorrência (Portugal) of the acquisition of funeral services company Mémora Group.
  • Advising Ancala Partners on the notification of the acquisition of Babcock’s aerial emergency service businesses in Finland, Italy, Mozambique, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.

Spain > Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences Tier 2

Cuatrecasas provides support to a diverse client base of biotech corporates, hospitals, and research institutes. Leading the team from Barcelona, Elena Cuatrecasas acts for a multitude of clients within the biotech and pharma sectors in M&A and contractual matters, while Ariadna Casanueva regularly assists with clinical trial, co-promotion, and distribution agreements, as well as pricing and reimbursement matters. Málaga-based Jorge Robles, a key contact for public law issues, is known for his deep knowledge of the regulations governing medical devices and medicinal products.

Practice head(s):

Elena Cuatrecasas

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Alexion (Astrazeneca Group)

Theriva Biologics





Ribera Salud

Spanish Federation Of Healthcare Technology Companies (Fenin)

Faes Farma


Work highlights

  • Advised Theriva on research and development contracts and clinical trials.
  • Advised Faes Farma on the acquisition of NovoSci Healthcare, a commercial platform based in Dubai.

Spain > Industry focus: Manufacturing Tier 2

Drawing on its multidisciplinary capabilities, Cuatrecasas is equipped to handle a mix of corporate, IP, employment, tax and litigation matters for an impressive client roster. Manufacturing companies, including players from the automotive and heavy industry sectors, regularly seek the firm's assistance with high-value M&A and financing transactions.

Key clients



Grupo Teknia




Cementos Molins

Grupo Garnica Plywood

Lincoln Electric Holdings


Work highlights

  • Advised Grupo Garnica Plywood on the sale of a majority stake to The Carlyle Group and reinvestment in the new structure by the founders and management team.
  • Advised Lincoln Electric Holdings on the Spanish law aspects of the acquisition of the Fori Automation Group.
  • Advised Cementos Progreso on the acquisition of a stake in Cemex El Salvador and Cemex (Costa Rica).

Spain > Industry focus: Retail Tier 2

Cuatrecasas fields a team of lawyers who bring together expertise in IP, corporate, tax and labour law to advise retail, fashion, cosmetics and consumer goods clients on the entire spectrum of matters. Typical mandates for the team also include real estate transactions, franchise agreements, negotiations with suppliers and consumers as well as consumer rights issues.

Key clients



Johnson Health Technologies Ibérica

McArthurGlen Group

Iberian Sports Retail (Sprinter, JD Sports, Sport Zone)

Mundorama Confort



El Corte Inglés

Good News Barcelona 2020

Grupo Barrabes



Three Hills Capital Partners

Work highlights

  • Advised Druni on setting up of a joint venture with MC Sonae and Arenal Perfumerias.
  • Advised Alcampo on the acquisition of 235 supermarkets in eight Spanish provinces and two logistics warehouses in the province of Valladolid.
  • Advised a bank syndicate in the refinancing of Tendam with a €300m bond issue and a €305m sustainability-linked senior financing agreement.

Spain > Intellectual property: Trade marks Tier 2

The IP and trade secrets practice at Cuatrecasas is highly proficient in trade mark and infringement matters, as well as cases relating to the protection of trade secrets. The firm is a key adviser to clients in the life sciences sector, though it is also active in the IT and media industries. Albert Agustinoy in Barcelona co-leads the practice with Madrid-based Álvaro Bourkaib, who has a broad knowledge of copyright, patents, trade marks and designs. Barcelona-based IP litigator Jorge Llevat and Alejandro Negro in Madrid, who has extensive expertise in new technologies, are also standout practitioners.

Practice head(s):

Albert Agustinoy; Álvaro Bourkaib

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Eckes Granini

BH Bikes

Torres y Ribelles

La Praire Group Iberia


Iberian Sports Retail Group (Sprinter/ JD Sports)

Work highlights

  • Defending Eckes-Granini Group in proceedings brought against a competitor for trade mark infringement.
  • Providing legal counsel to SEAT and other Volkswagen Group entities in Spain regarding the creation of trade mark and design license agreements.
  • Providing general advice to IBERIAN SPORTS RETAIL GROUP on industrial property (trade marks, patents and industrial models).

Spain > Private equity Tier 2

Major PE firms and an increasing number of venture capital funds turn to Cuatrecasas for advice on sophisticated transactions, both domestic and cross-border. Private equity veteran Francisco José Martínez Maroto demonstrates particular proficiency in transactions involving the infrastructure and renewable energy segments. Javier Villasante and Javier Martí-Fluxá, who possess substantial experience in cross-border mandates with ties to Europe, the US and Latin America, are other noteworthy private equity specialists. Diana Rivera and Isabel Gandoy lead on venture capital transactions, with a notable focus on the technology and financial services sectors.

Practice head(s):

Francisco José Martínez Maroto; Diana Rivera; Isabel Gandoy

Key clients

Bain Capital

Platinum Equity

KPS Capital Partners


Delivery Hero

Tresmares Private Equity

Capvest Partners

The Carlyle Group

Tiger Global Management


Ancala Partners

Charterhouse Capital Partners

Intermediate Capital Group


CVC Capital Partners

Blackfin Capital Partners

Insight Venture Capital

GFC Global Founders Capital

Azora Capital


Work highlights

  • Advising Bain Capital on the acquisition of ITP Aero (Industria de Turbo Propulsores) from Rolls-Royce.
  • Advising Sacyr on the sale of Valoriza Servicios Medioambientales to Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners.
  • Advising Grupo Garnica Plywood (ICG) on the sale of a majority stake (70%) to The Carlyle Group, and the reinvestment in the new structure by the founders and management team.

Spain > Real estate and construction Tier 2

Fielding a multidisciplinary team of lawyers across 13 national offices, Cuatrecasas offers clients, including investment vehicles and international funds, expertise in the entire spectrum of real estate mandates, including contractual, transactional and litigation matters. With extensive experience in acquisitions, joint ventures and real estate development, Ramón Gil steers the group from the Madrid office alongside Joaquín Garaulet, who assists clients with the drafting and negotiation of construction agreements.

Practice head(s):

Ramón Gil

Other key lawyers:

Joaquín Garaulet; Sergio Agüera; Bernat Mullerat

Key clients

Acciona Inmobiliaria

Adriano Care Socimi

All Iron RE I, Socimi

Bain Capital

Bankinter Logistica

Blasson Iberia

Commerz Real Investmentgessellschaft

Corpfin Capital Real Estate Partners

Deka Immobilien

Global Realty Capital Spain

Work highlights

  • Advised Seat Volkswagen Audi group on the construction of a gigafactory that will produce electric vehicle batteries located in Sagunto (Valencia).
  • Advising Dazia Capital Real Estate on the negotiation of a joint venture with Aermont Capital to create an investment platform for flexible-living apartments.
  • Advising Blasson on a joint venture with Axa to acquire and operate Hotel Sofía Barcelona.

Spain > Data privacy and data protection Tier 3

Cuatrecasas frequently acts as data protection officer for large corporate clients, among them Primavera Sound and Sony Music Entertainment. As well as assisting companies with day-to-day data protection advice, the firm is also helping clients adapt to the current regulations in Spain as they evolve. Counsel and practice head Alejandro Negro in Madrid stands out for regulatory advice on data protection and privacy compliance, data security breaches, investigations, and enforcement actions. Technology partner Albert Agustinoy, who is based in Barcelona, also handles data protection compliance matters as part of his broad practice. Partner Rafael Sánchez Aristi is also a key adviser on technology and digital media matters.

Practice head(s):

Alejandro Negro

Key clients

Sony Music


Primavera Sound


Euroleague Basketball

Schneider Electric

Bansabadell Zurich

Kronos Investment Management Spain

Goal Systems

Hotel Investment Partners (HIP)

Work highlights

  • Advised Primavera Sound, as its data protection officer (DPO), on coordinating a global data protection project that involves data flows relating to the launch of its international festivals in the US, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Portugal.
  • Advised Sony Music Entertainment as its DPO, including questions regarding data protection, privacy, cookies policies and reviewing contracts.
  • Advised Seat on adapting its policies and procedures relating to GDPR.

Spain > Insurance Tier 3

Insurers, lenders, brokers and credit agencies look to Cuatrecasas for its extensive coverage of insurance matters, ranging from litigation to commercial and regulatory issues. Practice leader Ruth Duque, whose broad practice covers M&A, reinsurance agreements, portfolio transfers and bancassurance alliances. Rebeca Rodríguez is the name to note for insurance companies seeking advice on tax-related issues, while Carlos Bonhome assists insurers and banks with commercial and regulatory matters. Amara Odériz stand out at the associate level for her extensive experience in acting for insurers, intermediaries, pension funds and financial institutions in the design of insurance products, bancassurance partnerships and tax matters.

Practice head(s):

Ruth Duque

Key clients

Arthur J. Gallagher


Casualty & General Insurance Company (Cgice)

Blackfin Capital Partners

Atradius Crédito Y Caución

Liberty Seguros


Das (Grupo Ergo)

Nortehispana De Seguros Y Reaseguros, S.A.

Work highlights

  • Advised ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER on the closing of the acquisition from Willis of the reinsurance brokerage business in Spain.
  • Advised ATRADIUS CRÉDITO Y CAUCIÓN on the cross-border merger by absorption of the reinsurance company of the Atradius group in Ireland (Atradius Reinsurance DAC).
  • Advised CASUALTY & GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY on the incorporation of a branch in Spain to operate in surety insurance.

Spain > Intellectual property: patents Tier 3

Cuatrecasas calls on expertise across its network of international offices to advise on intellectual and industrial property and trade secrets, and its local offices are frequently involved in the protection of inventions and designs, as well as litigation concerning the validity and ownership of patents. Albert Agustinoy in Barcelona and Álvaro Bourkaib in Madrid oversee the five-partner practice, with Bourkaib handling much of the client-facing work. He specialises in the protection and transfer of intangible assets - from traditional IP to groundbreaking technology - in all types of commercial and corporate transactions for clients in diverse sectors, including life sciences, manufacturing, automotive and gaming.

Practice head(s):

Albert Agustinoy; Álvaro Bourkaib

Key clients

BH Bikes

Iberian Sports Retail Group (Sprinter/JD Sports)

Talent Invent



Doctores Ripoll y De Prado

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Work highlights

  • Advises BH Bikes on an ongoing basis on all patent and trade mark matters related to its bicycles, as well representing it in different patent and industrial model infringement matters.
  • Advised IBERIAN SPORTS RETAIL GROUP (SPRINTER/JD SPORTS) on industrial property (trade marks, patents and industrial models), and preparing studies and analysing possible infringements of its industrial property rights.
  • Representing Tolsa in litigation proceedings concerning patent revocation.

Spain > Transport: Other transport Tier 3

The transport team at Cuatrecasas is well placed to handle litigation, finance, and regulatory issues for companies from the freight, rail, road and air segments. Recent work includes advising on corporate financing, joint ventures, and shareholder disputes.

Key clients




European Investment Bank

Metro De Madrid


Johnson Health Technologies Ibérica

Gestión De Infraestructuras De Castilla-la Mancha

Sem Tranvías De Zaragoza

Transportes Terrestres Cántabros


Carreras Grupo Logístico

Banco Santander

Work highlights

  • Advised the European Investment Bank on the financing for Trucksters.
  • Advised Seat, Volkswagen and Audi on the joint venture agreement for the strategic project for economic recovery and transformation of Vehículo Eléctrico Conectado.
  • Advised SEM Tranvías de Zaragoza on a capital increase through cash and non-cash contributions.

Spain > Transport: Shipping Tier 4

The logistics and transport team at Cuatrecasas is particularly experienced in port law and international trade, regularly advising shipowners, domestic and international companies, and port authorities on an array of shipping mandates. Iñigo Quintana leads the team and is the key contact for international dispute resolution matters – both litigation and arbitration – in the maritime and transport sectors.

Practice head(s):

Iñigo Quintana

Key clients


Grandes concesionarios del Puerto de Bilbao


Hapag Lloyd

Work highlights

  • Represented Grandes concesionarios del Puerto de Bilbao, the concessionaires of the Port of Bilbao, with regard to the annulment of their individual cadastral values and advising on the report on cadastral values of the Port of Bilbao Real Estate with Special Characteristics (BICE Puerto de Bilbao).
  • Advised Martico on foreign investment access and establishment of a WFOE, including legal and tax analysis of different business models involving operations in bonded areas.
  • Advised Sotogrande on the strategic and litigious matters of regional regulations on the limitation of the concession term for the marina.

Latin America: International firms > Banking and finance Tier 4

Cuatrecasas’ multi-office strategy in Latin America continues to pay dividends. The offices in Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru advise a range of financial institutions, funds and corporates on acquisition finance, project finance, trade finance, and refinancings and restructurings, among other matters. It is noted for Spanish law-governed financings and has landed a number of major restructuring engagements. Bogota partner Manuel Quinche leads the team and has a fine record in corporate lending, project finance and real estate finance. Santiago’s Roberto Guerrero V has impressed in the restructuring field and Lima partner Aldo Reggiardo is well regarded for project finance. Mexico City partner León López is another important figure in project finance; while Madrid partner Carlos Lasarte regularly advises on Spanish law financings in Latin America, notably advising Bancóldex on its Spanish law bilateral loan agreement with BBVA.

Practice head(s):

Manuel Quinche

Key clients


Interconexión Eléctrica (ISA)

BTG Pactual




JP Morgan Chase

Inversiones CMPC

Carlyle Global Credit Investment Management


Work highlights

  • Advised Bancóldex on negotiating a bilateral loan agreement subject to Spanish law with BBVA.
  • Advised Costa Verde Aeronáutica (as DIP lender) 0n providing financing for Latam Airlines in the US Chapter 11 proceedings and also on approving the restructuring plan for Latam Airlines Group.
  • Advised BTG Pactual, Banco de Bogotá, Banco de Occidente and Banco Santander on structuring the corporate financing granted to the ACON Group–Vitalis.

Latin America: International firms > International arbitration Tier 4

Cuatrecasas’ prominence in Latin America-related international arbitration field stems from its commitment and track record in Spain, coupled with its growing presence in Latin America itself. Unlike many other international firms, it has a sizeable team of international arbitration specialists based in Latin America. With a steady influx of investment and commercial arbitration engagements, the team is best known for energy, infrastructure and construction cases. It has represented parties in a series of headline infrastructure disputes. Madrid partner Alfonso Iglesia leads the international arbitration group and is hugely experienced in Latin America-related arbitrations, including those involving Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Panama, Ecuador and Dominican Republic; he has acted in a series of recent ICSID and ICC cases. Santiago partner Cristián Conejero is a senior figure in the team and is noted for construction arbitrations. Alberto Zuleta is another experienced arbitration expert in Bogota along with René Irra in Mexico City and Domingo Rivarola in Lima. Madrid partners Alberto Fortún and Manuel Franco are also active in Latin America cases, both noted for construction, infrastructure and energy disputes. Raised to the partnership in April 2022, Uruguay-qualified Juan Manuel Rey (in the Santiago office), is also noted.  

Practice head(s):

Alfonso Iglesia

Key clients

International Consortium (ACS, FCC, Webuild, Cosapi, Ansaldo, Hitachi) Metro de Lima

Sociedad Concesionaria Peruana de Vías (COVINCA)

Perú Masivo (Transmasivo)

Work highlights

  • Initiated two ICSID arbitrations on behalf of an international consortium regarding the construction of Lima’s second subway line.
  • Represented a client in ICSID arbitration proceedings against the Republic of Peru in a €50m dispute relating to a highway concession.
  • Represented Perú Masivo in an arbitration initiated by Protransporte (currently, Autoridad Nacional de Transporte Urbano para Lima y Callao – ATU) relating to the rate increase carried out by the concession companies of the Metropolitano system’s public transport service in Lima, Peru.

Latin America: International firms > Projects and energy Tier 4

Cuatrecasas’ projects and energy practice in Latin America is largely driven by its local office in the region, in Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru. It has a broad-based practice covering transport infrastructure, social and community infrastructure, and energy (including renewables, oil and gas, and mining). The firm has worked on a series of road and highway projects in Colombia and Mexico, and advises a range of project sponsors and lenders in the wider region. Bogota partner Manuel Quinche is an experienced project finance expert, especially in the transport infrastructure (including roads, railways and metro lines) and renewables segments. Lima’s Aldo Reggiardo is also a recognised project finance specialist in the energy, infrastructure and mining fields. Mexico City partner León López is another key figure.

Practice head(s):

Manuel Quinche; Aldo Reggiardo

Key clients

Vinci Highways, Constructora Conconcreto, Industrial Conconcreto, Vía 40 Express

Concesionaria Férrea de Occidente S.A.S. (wholly owned by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation), Bank of China

Bancolombia, Inter-American Investment Corporation, Inter-American Development Bank

BTG Pactual

Sacyr Construcción

Metro Línea 1

Natixis (New York Branch)



Unión para la Infraestructura

IDE Water Technologies

Etermar – Engenharia e Construção, Sociedad Anónima Sucursal en la República del Perú

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and Société Générale

Banco Davivienda

Currie & Brown

DVP Solar

IBT Health

Work highlights

  • Acted as special Colombian counsel to Concesionaria Férrea de Occidente in connection with the financing of the project to design, build, operate and maintain the 40km Regiotram de Occidente railway in Bogotá.
  • Advised Metro Línea 1 on a $200m bridge loan governed under Colombian law and a $100m bridge loan governed under UK law for the design, construction, provisioning, operation, development and maintenance of Bogota’s first metro line.
  • Advised Exolum Aviation on the infrastructure and regulatory matters relating to the new fuel farm for Jorge Chavez International Airport, Lima.

Chile > Dispute resolution: arbitration

Providing ‘complete guidance on arbitration issues', Cuatrecasas' practice comprises experts in international disputes that arise from construction and engineering contracts, energy agreements, and international sales and supplies. The 13-strong team also acts in arbitrations involving international investment protection, services contracts, shareholder and company disputes, and M&A and joint ventures. Clients additionally appreciate the group’s specialist knowledge of other Latin American jurisdictions, particularly Colombia, Mexico and Peru , where the international firm has offices. The department is led by former ICC Secretariat Counsel for Latin America, Cristián Conejero, who routinely acts for major companies in high-stakes commercial and investment arbitrations. Further support at partner level is provided by Gianfranco Lotito, whose wide-ranging practice also covers domestic and international arbitration work; and recently-promoted partner Juan Manuel Rey, whose international arbitration caseload encompasses disputes concerning M&As, share agreements, and construction, infrastructure and concession contracts. Valentina Alamo, whose career includes a stint in Paris at the ICC, is the senior associate to note.

Practice head(s):

Cristián Conejero


Provides complete guidance on arbitration issues, and excellent support when handling problems and lawsuit strategy.

A lot of experience in international arbitration and professionals of a very good level.

Juan Manuel Rey knows and handles his areas of expertise very well and he is very punctual and specific.

Key clients

International Consortium Metro De Lima


Work highlights

  • Acted for international consortium, Metro de Lima, in an ICSID arbitration against the Republic of Peru, which concerned delays to the construction of Lima’s second subway line.

Latin America: International firms > Corporate and M&A

Cuatrecasas is a significant player in Latin America thanks to its offices in Peru, Colombia, Mexico and Chile. Alongside its growing teams in these jurisdictions it has a substantial group of Latin America-facing practitioners in Iberia and New York. It is among the most prolific advisers on Latin America transactions, excluding Brazil. Along with a range of local transactions, the firm has extensive experience in cross-border deals, including private equity investments and exits. In January 2023, the firm absorbed Mexican four-partner firm Rico, Robles, Libenson, S.C into its local Mexico office and wider Latin America team – which  remains best known for operations in the energy and infrastructure, healthcare and retail sectors. Alfonso Ugarte transferred from Santiago to New York in 2022 to head the Latin America M&A, finance and special situations practice in North America. He joined an established Latin America-facing M&A team there, including Antonio Baena and Diego Pérez-Yarza; Baena recently advised Patria on the sale of Odata, the local company that operates a network of data centres in Latin America. Alfonso Reina led the launch of the Bogota office before returning to Madrid where he continues to have a strong focus on cross-border M&A in Colombia. Peru-based Oscar Trelles is head of the Latin America M&A and private equity practice and has a fine record in cross-border transactions, including intra-regional deals. Chile’s Roberto Guerrero V, Colombia-based Juan Felipe Vera and Santiago Ferrer in Mexico City are also key partners.

Practice head(s):

Oscar Trelles

Key clients

Aon Mexico


Cementos Argos

CMB Prime Administradora General


Copptech Apparel



Hoya Optical Labs of America

IDE Water Technologies

Macquarie Capital

Pernod Ricard Chile


Sociedad de Inversiones Norte Sur



Vass Consultoria de Sistemas

VFS Chile

Work highlights

  • Advised Array Technologies on its acquisition of Soluciones Técnicas Integrales Norland (STI Norland), one of the solar market leaders in Spain, Portugal and several jurisdictions in Latin America.
  • Advised Patria on selling Odata (Brazil).
  • Advised Linzor Capital on selling Mundo Pacífico (Chile).

Cuatrecasas is a well-established international law firm in Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Through a highly specialized legal teams with extensive knowledge and experience, the firm advises on all areas of business law, offering a sectoral approach and focus on all types of business. It helps clients with the most demanding matters wherever they are based.

In 2023, Cuatrecasas was recognized as the “Most Innovative Law Firm in Continental Europe” by the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers, and in 2022, it was considered the “European and Iberian Firm of the Year” by The Lawyer.

Main areas of practice

    • Antitrust and competition
    • Banking and finance
    • Business and human rights
    • Capital markets
    • Corporate and M&A
    • Corporate governance and compliance
    • Energy and infrastructure
    • Litigation and arbitration
    • Employment
    • Intellectual property and data protection
    • Life sciences and healthcare
    • Private client and wealth management
    • Private equity and venture capital
    • Public law
    • Real estate and town planning
    • Restructuring, insolvency and special situations
    • Sports and entertainment
    • Tax
    • Technologies and digital media
    • White-collar crime and investigations

Clients and experience: Cuatrecasas has a solid track record working with leading companies, advising them on their day-to-day activity and on major transactions and well-known litigation proceedings. Last year, the firm advised Patria on selling Odata (US$1.8bn); Bain Capital on acquiring ITP Aero (€1.6bn); HI Partners on the sale of a 35% stake in HIP (€1.4bn); Mountain & Co on (i) a business combination agreement (DE-SPAC) with Barça Produccions to list Barça Media on Nasdaq, and (ii) the sale of a 29.5% stake in Barça Vision (€910m); and Sacyr on selling Valoriza Servicios Medioambientales (€734m). The firm also advised Seat Volkswagen Audi on the joint venture agreement for the strategic project for economic recovery and transformation (PERTE) of Vehículo Eléctrico Conectado (VEC), and represented Daimler in its legal victory with the Court of Justice of the European Union in the truck cartel follow-on damages litigation.

Responsible business: The firm incorporates environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) criteria in the service provision and internal management. The firm includes integrity and transparency in its main values. EcoVadis awarded us the Gold Medal rating for 2023.

Cuatrecasas promotes flexible working, efficiency and a work-family balance. Also, through training, pilot programs and policies, the firm has approved measures aimed at removing obstacles to the promotion of female talent and leadership. Its Pro Bono Program contributes to rule of law and to access to justice.

Knowledge and innovation: Cuatrecasas promotes an innovation culture applied to the legal activity, which combines training, procedures and technological resources to enhance efficiency. Together with the founders of Harvey AI—the software based on OpenAI and GPT-4—the firm has launched Cuatrecasas Legal Expert AI (CELIA), a tool that will help them with the drafting of legal documents and legal information searches.

Also, Cuatrecasas was the first law firm to create a startup accelerator in Europe and Latin America, Cuatrecasas Acelera—now in its seventh edition—and to set up an investment vehicle specializing in legaltech startups.

Global capabilities

    • Spain and Portugal: Cuatrecasas is a leading law firm in the Iberian market. A 900-strong team of lawyers in 13 cities in Spain and over 220 in the two major cities in Portugal advise large multinationals, financial institutions and international funds present on the Iberian Peninsula on an ongoing basis and have extensive experience in all types of investment transactions.
    • Latin America: The firm presence in the region is structured and coordinated from the Bogotá, Mexico City, Lima and Santiago offices, where we have over 250 professionals. Thanks to over 20 years of experience in Latin America, it can also provide the coverage needed for all interregional or cross-border transactions, as well as for matters that require efficient coordination among various jurisdictions.
    • Asia: The firm advises on investments in China and other countries in the region through our offices in Shanghai and Beijing, and through its China Desk, which consists of Iberian and Chinese lawyers from different offices who assist Chinese clients investing abroad.
    • London, Brussels and New York: Through a team of lawyers in London, Cuatrecasas advises multinationals, financial institutions, investors and a wide range of funds on their transactions in Spain, Portugal and Latin America. The firm is also based in Brussels, where it advises on matters regarding the European Union. The New York office acts as a bridge to Latin America and maintains a close relationship with local teams. This ensures global coverage in North America and Latin America, enabling Cuatrecasas to play a key role in advising international investors in the region.
    • European network: In continental Europe, Cuatrecasas built a strong non-exclusive network with leading law firms in their domestic markets (Chiomenti in Italy, Gide in France and Gleiss Lutz in Germany) that enables it to provide clients with a fully integrated service in complex cross-border transactions, international projects and litigation.
    • Africa: Cuatrecasas has two local teams in Africa: Casablanca (Morocco) and Luanda (Angola). In Morocco, it collaborates with the French law firm Gide, and in Angola, it collaborates with a leading local law firm. Cuatrecasas has accumulated experience over the many years being active in Africa, particularly in the Portuguese-speaking countries and the countries of North Africa.
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Chairman Rafael Fontana
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Number of partners : 275
Number of lawyers : 1,300