Mr Guillermo Guerra > Gómez-Acebo & Pombo > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo
28046 MADRID

Work Department

Corporate and Commercial, Corporate Governance, Mergers and acquisitions




Partner in Commercial Law and Capital Markets Department in Baker & McKenzie’s Madrid office (2013 – 2016)
Partner at Ramón y Cajal Abogados (Madrid, 2005 – 2013)


Spanish, English and Italian


Member of European Corporate Governance Institute
Member of the Board of Editors of Wolters Kluwer – La Ley
Secretary of Revista de Derecho de Sociedades (Thomson – Aranzadi)
Secretary of Revista de Derecho del Mercado de Valores and of Revista La Ley Mercantil (Wolters Kluvers – La Ley)


Law Degree from the University Complutense of Madrid (1993)
Doctor in Corporate Law with High Honors from the Department of Private Law Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Visiting Researcher and Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School (United States). Ricercatore Straniero at University of Bologna (Ital

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Capital markets: Equity

(Leading individuals)

Guillermo GuerraGómez-Acebo & Pombo

The ‘dedicated, experienced and highly specialised’ equity capital markets practice at Gómez-Acebo & Pombo focuses on SOCIMIs and biotech companies, notably in IPOs, rights offering and listings. The firm is also involved in public takeovers of Spanish and Portuguese listed companies. Guillermo Guerra is active in IPOs, capital increases and takeover bids, with an emphasis on IBEX-35 listed company issues. He co-leads the team with Ferran Foix, who is dual qualified in New York and Spain and well regarded for cross-border work, often representing foreign clients in Spanish matters. Another key name in the area is Santiago Gómez-Acebo, who specialises in structured finance, project finance and capital market transactions, particularly derivatives matters. The team was further strengthened by the 2020 arrivals of counsels Amelia Buergo and Constantino Pérez Salgado.

Spain > Capital markets: Debt

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo is active in cross-border securities transactions, investment grade debt offerings, high yield bonds and private placements, as well as in restructuring-related matters. The firm also has significant expertise in project bonds in the infrastructure and energy sectors. Guillermo Guerra has broad experience in capital markets, corporate governance and M&A. He co-leads the practice with Ferran Foix, who handles cross-border debt issues. Other key names for the firm include Íñigo Hernáez, who focuses on capital markets, M&A and corporate governance. The team was further strengthened by the 2020 arrivals of counsels Amelia Buergo and Constantino Pérez Salgado, who joined from a bank and an international law firm, respectively.