Antonio Ñudi > Andersen > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Andersen
Calle de Velázquez, 110
28006
Spain

Work Department

Public and Regulatory Law. Urban Planning. Real Estate

Position

Partner

Career

Previously, Antonio was a founding Partner of Urbe Asesores Jurídicos, a firm specialized in urban and real estate law, since its creation in 2001 until the firm joined the Andersen team in 2018.

Antonio has extensive experience in advising public administrations and has in-depth knowledge of planning and management, planning, licensing and urban discipline, as well as in the contentious-administrative procedural practice related to these matters, especially in appeal proceedings before the Supreme Court.

Throughout his more than 20 years of professional experience, he has advised public administrations, companies in the real estate sector, corporate or private real estate estates, and financial companies that manage or participate in real estate investments. With this experience, he has acquired a deep specialization in the analysis of real estate assets (legal and urban development due diligence) and in the elaboration and processing of urban management instruments, which have enabled him to participate in important urban development operations.

Antonio Ñudi has participated as a speaker in numerous courses and conferences at institutions such as the Official College of Architects of Madrid (COAM) and the Real Estate Exhibition in Madrid (SIMA), among other organizations in the sector. 

Languages

Spanish, English

Memberships

Madrid BAR Association, ICAM.

Education

  • Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Degree in Law, Master’s Degree in Legal Practice

  • Centro de Estudios Jurídicos Superiores y Revista de Derecho Urbanístico, Higher Course of Urbanism

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Real estate and construction

Part of a wider global network, the Spanish real estate team at Andersen utilises the firm’s branches in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Seville to provide a comprehensive service for financial institutions, developers and landowners, individuals and public administrations. The team covers sale and leasebacks, joint ventures, acquisitions out of insolvencies and restructuring, hospitality transactions, commercial leases, acquisition finance, and urban planning and construction law. Headed by planning specialist José Vicente Morote and public administration expert Antonio Ñudi, the group is backed by Carlos Peña, who specialises in urban development, and Maite Hernández, who brings extensive experience in construction law. Eduardo González Yebra and Cesar Morales Romero-Requejo are also names to note.