Ignacio Gómez-Sancha > Latham & Watkins LLP > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Latham & Watkins LLP
Plaza de la Independencia, 6
Madrid 28001
Spain

Work Department

Ignacio Gómez-Sancha is a partner in the Corporate Department of Latham & Watkins’ Madrid office. His practice focuses on representing investors and companies at critical stages of their development, with particular emphasis on capital markets transactions.

Mr. Gómez-Sancha advises on corporate and capital markets law, assisting both Spanish and foreign companies in all legal matters related to their business in Spain: IPOs, takeovers, venture capital transactions, mergers and acquisitions, special situations, and distressed investments. He has a deep understanding of the functioning of financial markets, which helps him in very complex matters.

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Capital markets: Debt

(Leading individuals)

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Spain > Capital markets: Equity

(Hall of Fame)

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Spain > Commercial, corporate and M&A

US firm Latham & Watkins LLP is praised for its ‘experience in significant energy-related transactions’, and it is equally formidable in the telecoms, real estate, hospitality and healthcare sectors. Practice head Ignacio Pallarés calls upon the firm’s extensive international footprint to support on matters throughout Europe, Asia, Latin America and North America; he is supported by M&A and joint venture expert José Antonio Sánchez-Dafos, as well as managing partner Ignacio Gómez-Sancha, whose track record includes takeover transactions, restructurings and special situations.

Spain > Private equity

Latham & Watkins LLP, an international firm headquartered in the US, guides investment funds and private equity houses through their activities in a variety of sectors, including real estate, technology, financial services and industrial manufacturing. Ignacio Pallarés is often instructed by global funds in respect of their inward investments into Spanish entities; his team includes José Antonio Sánchez-Dafos, a lawyer with strong ties to the Portuguese market, as well as Ignacio Gómez-Sancha, whose key strengths include restructurings and special situations.