Mr Fernando Herrero > Gómez-Acebo & Pombo > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo
28046 MADRID
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Work Department

Banking and Finance, Capital Markets




Fernando is a Banking and Finance partner at Gómez-Acebo & Pombo.

He is specialised in asset finance and tax structures, securities markets, issuance, securitisation and credit assignments. In addition, he has extensive experience in project finance, syndicated finance, banking and securities market contracts.


Spanish, English, French, Italian


Madrid Bar Association


He holds a degree in Law from the University of Valladolid. Additionally, he has worked as a foreign trade promoter at the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Casablanca and as a foreign investment technician at Exportaciones de Castilla y León.

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Transport: Other transport

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo‘s transport, aviation, automotive and mobility group is sought out by a host of clients for its ‘quality‘ advice on IP rights, the implementation of new sales channels, compliance, competition and aviation finance matters. Fernando Herrero, Ainara Rentería and Irene Fernández Puyol share leadership of the practice; as individual standouts, Herrero focuses on asset financing operations, Rentería brings particular expertise in relation to the automotive sector as the head of the sector’s department, and Fernández adds to the group’s public and regulatory law offering. Associate and asset finance expert José Canalejas is also noted.

Spain > Transport: Shipping

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo draws from a specialised banking and finance department to advise on a range of shipping matters, with an emphasis on acting for shipping and charter companies, banks and finance institutions. Apart from these key clients, the firm also exhibits a strong relationship with shipbuilders through its Vigo office, acting on relevant agreements. Leadership of the practice is divided between asset finance expert Carlos Rueda and Miguel Lamo de Espinosa. Supporting the team’s efforts in relation to asset financing operations is Fernando Herrero. Vigo-based partner María García De La Concha Álvarez handles a spectrum of shipbuilding matters. All named lawyers are based in Madrid unless otherwise stated.

Spain > Banking and finance

(Next Generation Partners)

Fernando HerreroGómez-Acebo & Pombo

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo has a strong track record of advising on the lender side of financing transactions, with a client base that includes major Spanish and international banks and investment funds. The team has significant experience in large refinancings and restructurings and is also highlighted for its project finance expertise, particularly in the renewable energy and infrastructure sectors. The practice additionally extends to corporate finance, real estate finance, asset finance and investment fund matters. The sizeable team is led by Miguel Lamo de Espinosa, an expert in restructurings. The ‘exceptionalVerónica Romaní and of counsel Vanessa Armas are key contacts for project finance; Rafael Aguilera is noted for restructurings and was recently appointed as lead of the real estate finance practice; and Fernando Herrero is experienced in asset finance matters. London office head Ferran Foix and Santiago Gómez-Acebo are also names to note.

Spain > Capital markets: Debt

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo has a broad debt capital markets practice, advising on investment-grade debt offerings, high-yield bond issuances and private placements, as well as the restructuring of listed companies and listed bonds and the incorporation of notes programmes on MARF. In addition, the team is highly active in securitisation transactions in the Spanish market. Clients include Spanish and international banks, funds and corporates, and the team also has notable expertise in advising US private placement investors on Spanish capital markets transactions. Guillermo Guerra, who also heads the corporate governance practice, leads the team with Ferran Foix, the managing partner of the firm’s London office, who focuses on cross-border transactions. Other key contacts in the team include Augusto Piñel, Santiago Gómez-Acebo, who handles capital markets matters with an emphasis on public takeover bids, and securitisation specialist Fernando Herrero.