CMS Rodríguez-Azuero > Bogota, Colombia > Firm Profile

CMS Rodríguez-Azuero
Carrera 11 No. 77a-99
Semana Building, Office 301

Colombia > Compliance and white-collar crime Tier 2

Colombia > Energy and natural resources Tier 2

The interdisciplinary practice at CMS Rodríguez-Azuero stands out for its ‘extensive and specialised experience in the energy, environmental and land sectors, among others’. The group continues to gain traction in the market following a string of recent hires, which included the absorption of specialist power boutique, Yáñez & Asociados in July 2021 and the addition of mining and environmental boutique, Vergel Riascos Abogados in September 2022. The energy and climate change department is now led jointly by four partners, namely: Álvaro Yáñez Peñaranda, who acts for an impressive roster of multinational energy and mining companies; Álvaro Josué Yáñez, whose practice spans energy and infrastructure projects; Daniel Rodríguez, who specialises in regulatory and project-related matters; and mining expert Daniela Vergel, who focuses on dispute resolution. The group also includes dedicated energy and climate change counsel, Mónica Torres.

Practice head(s):

Alvaro Josué Yáñez; Alvaro Yáñez Peñaranda; Daniel Rodríguez; Daniela Vergel


Lawyers in the oil and gas area in Colombia must understand the engineering and geology aspects to effectively and correctly advise the client. In the case of CMS, Alvaro Josué Yáñez and Alvaro Yáñez Peñaranda have this particular competitive advantage over other lawyers in the sector.

100% success has been achieved with this team in each matter we have undertaken.

Given the complexity of the Colombian legal context in the oil and gas sector, billing has been in line with the peculiarities of the industry, being in my opinion fair both to the firm and to the client, unlike other offices that, due to lack of knowledge, charge more — or the charge is not adequate for the work.

My interactions have been with Alvaro Josué Yáñez and Alvaro Yáñez Peñaranda. We appreciate their in-depth knowledge of the sector, including their technical knowledge in refining, production, exploration, and transportation. In particular, I would like to highlight the professional ethics of both of them.

The team is knowledgeable and quick in their responses, which enables it to address clients’ needs in a very effective manner.

We distinguish the team’s lawyers for their dedication, professionalism and commitment.

It is an interdisciplinary team, with extensive and specialised experience in the energy, environmental, and land sectors, among others. The team is competitive, collaborative, and provides solutions with positive impacts. Lawyers seek to eliminate or minimise negative impacts.

The professionals in the team listen and understand the client’s needs, they help to make the execution of projects viable, and they are specialised people who constantly provide updates on the process. They are also available and provide exceptional service.

Key clients

Canacol Energy

Lewis Energy

Repsol Colombia

Électricité de France (EDF)

SOWITEC Energías Renovables de Colombia

Electryon Power

Chevron Petroleum

Work highlights

  • Advised Promigas on the design and implementation of the legal and regulatory mechanism that will allow the behaviour of GNV’s price to move consistently with the fluctuation of its substitutes.
  • Acted as local counsel to Electryon Power on various matters, including recently advising on the incorporation of a local subsidiary in Colombia.
  • Successfully obtained a $2m award on behalf of Chevron Petroleum in a commercial arbitration under Bogotá Chamber of Commerce (CCB) rules.

Colombia > TMT Tier 2

CMS Rodríguez-Azuero’s TMT practice receives strong praise for its ‘innovative and disruptive spirit in building legal solutions in a dynamic and challenging industry’. The group has extensive expertise in regulatory and contentious matters relating to the technology, media and telecoms fields; with its reputation in the former segment particularly prominent due to its relationships with Google and several dominant e-commerce platforms. Lorenzo Villegas-Carrasquilla is a former chairman of the telecoms regulator and heads a team that includes talented senior associate María Camila Piedrahita. The group was significantly strengthened in July 2023 with the hire of former practice co-head Carlos Andrés  Sánchez and senior associate Gigliana Rivero Ramirez (both from Durán & Osorio Abogados Asociados), with the latter arriving as associate director for infrastructure & projects, telecommunications and public procurement. Since research concluded, Piedrahita has left the firm - effective as of August 2023.

Practice head(s):

Lorenzo Villegas-Carrasquilla


The team fields experts in technology matters, with whom we have worked on different e-commerce and fintech projects. I highlight the team’s versatility to understand and attend to client queries and requirements, with an innovative and disruptive spirit in building legal solutions in a dynamic and challenging industry.

It is a proactive team that seeks to understand the business to provide adequate legal advice.

We recommend the team for the personal and professional integrity of its lawyers; its disposition and personalised attention; and the quality of its opinions and deliverables. I would particularly highlight Lorenzo Villegas-Carrasquilla.

It is recognised as a strong practice in TMT. Lorenzo Villegas-Carrasquilla and senior associate María Camila Piedrahita stand out for their excellent knowledge and service.

An expert team in information technology, intellectual property and new technologies.

We value lawyers for their availability, understanding of the industry and business-oriented approach. We recommend Lorenzo Villegas-Carrasquilla, partner in the TMT and Competition & Trade practices.

Key clients


Andean Towers Colombia




Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB)

Laboratorios Servier de Colombia


Work highlights

  • Represented Google in litigation regarding data protection laws before the Data Protection Authority and local courts.
  • Advised Fox Telecolombia on three MTV-branded TV show productions, produced in Colombia jointly with ViacomCBS.
  • Advised Andean Towers Colombia on day-to-day matters, including reviewing contracts and assisting in negotiations with other telecoms providers.

Colombia > Banking and finance Tier 3

Colombia > Corporate and M&A Tier 3

Dispute resolution > Litigation Tier 3

The dispute resolution team at CMS Rodríguez-Azuero is equipped to advise on a broad scope of contentious insolvency matters, commercial disputes and administrative litigation. Finance-related cases are a particular strong suit and the group has recently represented victim groups in several claims stemming from financial scandals, including proceedings involving Elite International Américas and Estrategias en Valores. Banking and finance specialist Sergio Rodríguez-Azuero co-heads the department and brings to bear unique expertise in contentious finance matters. The practice is additionally co-led by Henry Sanabria, whose practice spans civil and administrative litigation as well as arbitration, and Felipe Andrade, who also co-heads the IP practice. Other key partners include Jacques Simhon, who spearheads the corporate crime unit; and contentious insolvency expert Daniel Rodríguez. Senior associate Jorge Ramírez, who sits in the dispute resolution and banking and finance groups, provides support.

Practice head(s):

Sergio Rodríguez-Azuero; Henry Sanabria; Felipe Andrade

Key clients


Avantel en Reorganización

Elite (Group of 535 victims )

Estraval (Group of 43 victims)

Tu Renta (Group of 31 victims)

Vesting (Group of 15 victims)

Cafesalud EPS

BBVA Seguros Colombia

Work highlights

  • Representing Fiduprevisora, as trustee and administrator of the Fondo Nacional de Garantías, in a $12m claim initiated by Isagen in relation to the credits made when it was a public entity.
  • Advising Avantel, as one of the defendants, in proceedings initiated by Comcel seeking the nullity and reinstatement of a resolution issued by the Communication Regulation Commission that modified the general conditions for the provision of the essential National Automatic Roaming facility.
  • Representing BBVA Seguros in a dispute concerning a subrogation stemming from a fire in Barranquilla.

Colombia > International trade and customs Tier 3

CMS Rodríguez-Azuero is noted for its ‘quick reactivity in the face of continuous last-minute requests’. The group’s experience encompasses a varied mix of trade work, including trade remedies and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on customs matters such as customs compliance audits and customs tax. Key contact Santiago Arbouin heads both the tax practice and the customs law and trade department and is recommended for his customs tax planning expertise. The team was strengthened in January 2022 with the hire of Nicole Ríos, as associate practice director, from Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría. Ríos joins a team that includes associate Natalia Recio, who also splits her time between tax and trade work, is valued for her ‘extensive knowledge of customs issues’, and was promoted to practice coordinator in April 2023.

Practice head(s):

Santiago Arbouin


The main point to highlight is the team’s quick reactivity in the face of continuous last-minute requests. Lawyers are always willing to attend to our needs and requirements as a priority, which makes us feel like special clients. It works as a partner, helping to push us towards our joint goals.

Natalia Recio (associate) has extensive knowledge of customs issues, and her contributions have always been key to the development of our requests. Her English language skills are also at a high level, which facilitates international interactions. Natalia works with Santiago Arbouin and Nicole Rios (director).

Key clients

Cerámica Italia

Vygon Colombia

Mercado Libre Argentina

Sun Dreams

Milenio PC



Elanco Animal Health


Work highlights

  • Advised Cerámica Italia on day-to-day customs issues and foreign trade matters.
  • Advised Vygon on the planning and implementation of its system of imports and exports with related parties, reviewing the feasibility of price increases under the transfer pricing regime and modifications to customs declarations.
  • Advised Scania on various matters, including identifying customs and trade efficiencies in its business model.

Colombia > Life sciences Tier 3

CMS Rodríguez-Azuero’s life sciences team ‘provides legal decisions with a high degree of business sense’, according to sources. The group’s emphasis on regulatory work ensures that it is well versed across a range of intellectual property and consumer law, including marketing approval processes, as well as labelling and advertising matters. Life sciences and healthcare head Karl Mutter combines strength in regulatory and IP issues. The practice also draws on associate director Luz Helena Vargas, who is ‘attentive to queries’. In November 2022, associate María Ximena Castellanos left to join Consultoría Regulatoria.

Practice head(s):

Karl Mutter


The team led by Karl Mutter is highly qualified and specialised and provides legal decisions with a high degree of business sense. The team is familiar with complex regulation issues and has supported us on matters ranging from food regulation, to trade secrets and other intellectual property matters.

Customer service is fast and efficient, and always with a high sense of availability. The cost/quality ratio is undoubtedly an element that makes CMS a key player in the life sciences legal services market.

The team is very dynamic and adapts to the needs of our organisation.

Collaboration is important to us and CMS does its job very well.

Communication is clear and fluid. We have constant contact with Luz Helena Vargas, who is attentive to queries. Due to the time difference, the fact that the team is quick to respond makes internal processes easier for us.

Key clients

Super de Alimentos


Les Laboratoires Servier

Mercado Libre

Luis Felipe Edwards Winery


Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

The Kellogg Company

Red Bull

Dr Reddy’s

Work highlights

  • Advised Alianza Team on evaluating the impact on labelling and advertisements of new regulations issued by the Ministry of Health establishing frontal label warnings concerning contents of sugar, sodium and fats.
  • Advised AB InBev on the implementation of a new manufacturing, market approval and product registration and labelling module, as part of the firm’s evolving software regulatory compliance tool.
  • Advised Coltene on various regulatory issues, including import matters.

Colombia > Public law Tier 3

Among CMS Rodríguez-Azuero’s practice sweet spots, the team is particularly well versed in public procurement, with extensive experience in advising companies — particularly IT companies such as Google — on contracts with public authorities. The group also benefits from its ability to lean on the wider firm’s project finance and anti-corruption groups. Transactional finance specialist Daniel Rodríguez co-heads the department alongside dispute resolution partners Henry Sanabria and Felipe Andrade. Promoted to senior associate in March 2023, public procurement-focused Paula Andrea Gutiérrez is also noted. In May 2022, associate director María Lucía Amador left to join Mendoza Abogados.

Practice head(s):

Daniel Rodríguez; Henry Sanabria; Felipe Andrade

Key clients


Agence Francaise de Développement

Hewlett Packard Colombia


Interamerican Development Bank

FCC Aqualia

Grupo Energía Bogotá

Work highlights

  • Advised JCDecaux on several negotiations before public entities regarding concession contracts, including advising on a new concession contract for the provision of urban furniture for Bogotá.
  • Advised AFD (the French Development Agency) on the budgetary loan granted to the Republic of Colombia for the financing of governmental initiatives worth up to €200m.
  • Advised Hewlett Packard Colombia on several public procurement processes.

Colombia > Real estate Tier 3

Reliable, easy to work with and knowledgeable’, CMS Rodríguez-Azuero’s practice is well weighted between real estate transactions, development projects and regulatory matters. Over the past year, it has been particularly active on behalf of real estate developer Promotora ACR, which it is advising on several projects including the Makani Luxury Beach Club development. Corporate and M&A specialist Juan Camilo Rodríguez jointly leads the department alongside Jacques Simhon, who also co-heads the compliance and dispute resolution practices. Senior associate Laura Ospina provides dedicated practice support. Experienced former counsel Carolina Lozano left the firm in March 2023.

Practice head(s):

Juan Camilo Rodríguez; Jacques Simhon


The team is reliable, easy to work with and knowledgeable.

Jacques Simhon and senior associate Laura Ospina are reliable and work very effectively as a team. Their depth in Colombia laws is strong and they are easy to work with.

Key clients

Promotora ACR

Fiduciaria Bancolombia

Universidad del Rosario


Krono Time

Operación Malva

Acero Cure Martinez

DM Diseño Construcción

Jamestown Latin America

AZ Inmobiliaria S en CS

Boticario Colombia

Smart Fit


Planet Holding

Work highlights

  • Advised Promotora ACR on the Makani Luxury Beach Club real estate project, near the city of Cartagena.
  • Advised Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario on the structuring of a fiduciary scheme to acquire a property declared to be a property of cultural interest, located in the centre of Bogotá.
  • Provided Fiduciaria Bancolombia with a comprehensive analysis of its legal and operational risks in terms of its operation as a trustee in REITs.

Colombia > Competition and antitrust Tier 4

CMS Rodríguez-Azuero is distinguished by its ability to link up with its extensive global network to advise on the local aspects of multi-jurisdictional merger reviews. It is also well versed in advising on matters at the intersection of antitrust and ICT regulation. Department head Lorenzo Villegas-Carrasquilla is noted for his combination of TMT, competition, and dispute resolution experience. Senior associate María Camila Piedrahita provides support to the TMT and competition teams.

Practice head(s):

Lorenzo Villegas-Carrasquilla

Colombia > Intellectual property Tier 4

As part of the global CMS network, CMS Rodríguez-Azuero impresses with its cross-border capability, which was recently evidenced by its work for new client,  ITV Studios Netherlands, on protecting “THE VOICE” trade mark in Latin America. The group handles the full spread of IP matters, with plant breeders' rights standing as a notable sweet spot. Life sciences and healthcare specialist Karl Mutter co-heads the department alongside Felipe Andrade, who focuses on plant breeders' rights. Associate director Lola Kandelaft is also noted for her broad coverage of IP issues.

Practice head(s):

Karl Mutter; Felipe Andrade

Key clients

Khiron Lifesciences Corp


Óptica Alemana

Vesalius Pharma


Argelia Internacional

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Gliskko Miguel Angel Matamoros

Alianza Team

ITV Studios Netherlands Content

Cámara Colombiana De Comercio Electrónico

Dr Reddy’s

VedderPrice PC





Rosen Tantau


Plantador Colombia


David Austin Roses

Elite Flower

Work highlights

  • Advised ITV Studios Netherlands on protecting “THE VOICE” trade mark in Colombia and the wider Latin America region.
  • Advised Elite Flower on trade mark protection in all territories where the group has activities, including filing direct trade marks as well as several international trade mark applications.
  • Represented Guillermo Bobenrieth Giglio, as patent holder, in patent infringement proceedings against Sociedad Portuaria de Buenaventura.

Colombia > Labour and employment Tier 4

A destination practice for complex pensions and social security matters, CMS Rodríguez-Azuero leverages its extensive international network to excel in cross-border matters, including the application of multilateral pensions agreements between countries. The team also handles traditional labour and employment work, including disciplinary proceedings, redundancies, and litigation. Practice head Adriana Escobar specialises in pensions and labour law and steers a team that includes associate director Juan Carlos González, who ‘strategically manages risks’. Senior associate Sandra Mora, who is ‘very clear and straightforward’, and associate Mariana Garcés are also recommended.

Practice head(s):

Adriana Escobar


The team was very good indeed. We had a very delicate case which required a corporate lawyer and a labour lawyer. Availability for the briefing was amazing. The team needed only little time to understand the complexity and our needs.

We received clear indications about deadlines, which were met with high flexibility and accuracy. Communication was outstanding and all aspects were taken into consideration. Especially the execution of an unfair dismissal was highly professional. The team’s English level was outstanding.

Senior associate Sandra Mora was outstanding. She led the process of unfair dismissal in a charming and respectful manner, but also in a very clear and straightforward way.

The firm in general has several positive aspects: its response capacity is unbeatable, it makes you feel supported and well advised; flexibility in schedules and in the various answers required; strong quality of documents and advice.

Associate director Juan Carlos González, with his expertise and professionalism, has advised us in litigation and difficult-to-handle cases. Without a doubt, it has been the best decision to receive his expert advice; his warmth and precision makes him unique and he strategically manages risks.

Key clients

Sanofi Aventis


Weatherford Colombia


Elanco Animal Health

Fiduciaria Davivienda


Ladrillera Santafé

Alan Bursztyn

Agencia GIZ

Publicis Groupe Company

Banco Latinoamericano de comercio exterior (Bladex)





Andrade Gutierrez Ingeniería

MAB Ingeniería

Cerámica Italia


Work highlights

  • Acting as ongoing employment counsel to Petrex Colombia.
  • Advising Weatherford Colombia on labour and employment matters, including on the settlements of more than 26 actuarial calculations before different pension administrators.
  • Advising Fiduciaria Davivienda on the fulfilment of judgments handed down by the Supreme Court of Justice, via the implementation of settlement agreements, relating to payments of pensions to various former employees.

Colombia > Tax Tier 4

CMS Rodríguez-Azuero is valued by sources for its ‘quick reactivity in the face of continuous last-minute requests’. The group handles a broad spectrum of tax planning, tax structuring and contentious matters, with particular experience in customs law and foreign exchange-related matters. Department head Santiago Arbouin additionally heads the customs and trade practice; he advises on local tax, international tax, and customs duties and related matters. Associate director Nicole Ríosexplains matters clearly and simply’ and provides capable support on a wide range of tax matters. Associates Natalia Recio and Laura Rodríguez are also recommended.

Practice head(s):

Santiago Arbouin


The main point to highlight of the team is its quick reactivity in the face of continuous last-minute requests. They are always willing to attend to our needs and requirements as a priority, which makes us feel like special clients and above all partners, helping us to push towards the same side.

Associate director Nicole Rios handles tax issues very well, and explains matters clearly and simply. Her English language skills are also at a high level, which facilitates international interactions. Santiago Arbouin unconditionally supports Nicole, and also permanently accompanies the entire process.

The team maintains good interpersonal relationships, demonstrates genuine concern for the problem, and provides adequate knowledge and support.

We highlight the outstanding clarity and experience of Santiago Arbouin.

Key clients

EDF Group Electricité de France

Vygon Colombia – Vygon Group

Bamboo Payment Systems

Chemyunion Group


Ceramica Italia


Scania Finance Colombia


Berlitz Colombia

Kiva Corporation

Productos especiales de concreto (Preconcretos)


Brückner Group

Kiva Corporation

Work highlights

  • Advised EDF on the tax structuring and tax planning for the incorporation of a legal vehicle in Colombia.
  • Advised Vygon Colombia on the implementation of a transfer pricing policy at the group level, which is practical when adapting to the Colombian subsidiary, taking into consideration accounting practices, tax, customs, and foreign exchange law.
  • Advised Cerámica Italia on reviewing and structuring the best tax and customs strategy to develop its corporate activities.

Colombia > Projects

Colombia > Environment

Since publication, CMS Rodríguez-Azuero has reinforced it's expertise in evironmental and sustainability matters with the hire of administrative and international public law specialist Tatiana Londoño Camargo as counsel (effective February 2024); formerly the co-founder of LH Law & Consulting, Londoño has particular expertise in human rights' related work.

Latin America: International firms > Banking and finance

CMS has become a considerable force in Latin America banking and finance with its integrated offices in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru. It has further enhanced this offering through a cooperation agreement with Brazilian law firm FAS Advogados, in cooperation with CMS in 2023.The established team has a fine record in financings and restructurings, and represents some of the biggest international and regional lenders – including multilateral development banks – that operate in the market. It is also noted for its links to private equity sponsors, corporates and government entities. The various offices have landed key roles in a series of headline acquisition financings, project financings and restructurings, including advising BBVA Colombia on a $200m loan facility to Akzo Nobel Coatings and its Colombian SPV for the acquisition of Grupo Orbis, a major Colombian chemicals and paint conglomerate. Fernando De Cárcer and Jorge Allende Destuet are the key figures in Santiago, along with Sergio Rodriguez-Azuero and Daniel Rodríguez in Bogota. Miguel Viale and Diego Peschiera are the practitioners of note in Lima.

Key clients


Bank Polska Kasa Opieki




Agence Française de Developpment (AFD)

Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG)

Development Bank of Latin America (CAF)

Banco Aliado

Grupo Indi Banco Inbursa

Institución De Banca Múltiple (Inbursa)

Banco de Chile

Work highlights

  • Advised BBVA Colombia on a $200m loan facility to Akzo Nobel Coatings and its Colombian SPV for the acquisition of Grupo Orbis.
  • Assisted NAFIN with the restructuring of a syndicated loan agreement with Mota Engil México to finance additional works related to the construction of the first part of the Tren Maya project.
  • Advised OnNet on the financing related to the acquisition of the existing fibre optic network of Entel Chile, comprising the primary distribution fibre-to-the-home network, and the primary fibre optic network for peer-to-peer services.

Latin America: International firms > Projects and energy

CMS  has a large Latin America-based team (across its offices in offices in Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru) which undertake local law and English law engagements. The firm enhanced this offering through a cooperation agreement with Brazilian law firm FAS Advogados, in cooperation with CMS in 2023. It has a strong record in energy (including oil and gas, electricity and renewables). In the renewables sector, it has made an impression in solar, wind and green hydrogen. It has also worked on headline infrastructure projects in Mexico, Peru and other jurisdictions; a Mexico City-based team advised Grupo Typsa in connection with the design, construction, and maintenance of  ‘El Tren Maya’, a railway that will traverse the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. Rio de Janeiro managing partner Ted Rhodes is an experienced figure in oil and gas, and offshore projects and transactions; he has a growing presence in renewables. Daniel Rodríguez is a notable name in Bogota, along with Derek Woodhouse and Enrique Lorente Ludlow in Mexico City, and Carlos Hamann in Lima.

Practice head(s):

Ted Rhodes

Key clients

Prio (ex PetroRio)


HydraWell Intervention



Autopista del Norte del Grupo Aleatica

Vitol Electricidad de México


Lewis Energy


Electryon Power Inc

Chevron Petroleum

Enel Green Power



Kimberly Clark


Work highlights

  • Advised Enagás in an ICSID arbitration claim against the Peruvian Government based on the breach of the Bilateral Investment Treaty between Peru and Spain.
  • Advised the German vehicle manufacturer Porsche on the execution of options agreements for the acquisition of green hydrogen production and the purchase of 12.5% of HIF Global.
  • Advised Grupo Typsa in connection with the the design, construction and maintenance of El Tren Maya.

Latin America: International firms > Corporate and M&A

CMS has a deep commitment to Latin America through its multiple offices in the region; it has local offices in Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru, along with an office of international lawyers in Brazil. It augmented this with a cooperation agreement with Brazilian law firm FAS Advogados, in cooperation with CMS in 2023. The Latin America team continues to make an impression in private equity investments and exits, along with energy and infrastructure transactions; oil and gas, renewables and the digital environment are key fortes for the team. The group frequently works alongside some of the top law firms on Wall Street and across the US. Jorge Allende Destuet and Ramón Valdivieso are co-heads of the corporate and M&A team in Chile, and are noted for private equity and M&A transactions. Juan Camilo Rodríguez leads the group in Colombia, and Peru office managing partner Juan Carlos Escudero is also an experienced transactional practitioner. Ted Rhodes is a key figure in Rio de Janeiro and is noted for his expertise in energy transactions.

Practice head(s):

Ted Rhodes

Key clients



OnNet Fibra

CB Investment


Mobile Streams

Garrett Motion



IMCD Group

Dr Reddys

Weir Group

Hive Energy

Serabi Gold


CTS Eventim

Work highlights

  • Advised KKR and its portfolio company OnNet Fibra on M&A and financing matters related to the acquisition of the existing fibre optic network of Entel Chile, comprising the primary fibre-to-the-home and distribution networks, and the primary fibre optic network for P2P services.
  • Advised Blackstone and Edizione on their $46bn tender offer to acquire the remaining stake in Atlantia, one of the world’s largest mobility infrastructure companies.
  • Advised CC Neuberger Principal Holdings II on the due diligence process and closing on the combination of Getty Images with CC Neuberger Principal Holdings II (a publicly traded SPAC formed through a partnership between CC Capital and Neuberger Berman).