Alberto is the Regional Head of Corporate EMEA and advises investment banks, private equity houses and other financial buyers and multinational corporates.
Based in Madrid, Alberto has broad experience working with clients on public and private mergers and acquisitions, LBOs for private equity players, corporate restructuring, equity capital markets transactions and private commercial transactions.
Alberto helps investment bankers, corporates and financial buyers on local and multi-jurisdictional deals and leads multidisciplinary cross-border teams to ensure the best outcomes in complex transactions.
Publications and accolades
Alberto is regularly ranked in many leading legal directories such as Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and Best Lawyers.
Alberto is also a private equity and cross-border M&A lecturer in LLM courses at the prestigious business and law school Instituto de Empresa. He is a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences at institutions such as IFAES or FIDE.
He contributes articles to specialist publications and authored a chapter of the collective work "Operaciones Mercantiles y Productos de Inversión en los Mercados Financieros", Editorial Bosch, Ed. 2011.
Alberto completed his law degree at the University of Granada, and obtained his LL.M (with honours) from Instituto de Empresa (Madrid).
Experience & expertise
- Torreal/Mutua Madrileña on the acquisition of a majority stake in Ingesport, parent company of the group managing and developing the chain of sport/fitness centres "GoFit"
- H.I.G. Capital
- on the acquisition of Tres60 Servicios Audiovisuales
- on the acquisition of Impursa and Sistemas
- Portobello Capital on the acquisition of a majority stake in Eysa
- Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) on the acquisition of a one-third stake in Acciona Energía International
- a Spanish consortium, including Abengoa, ACS Cobra, Indra Sistemas, OHL, Adif, Renfe and Patentes Talgo, among others, on the legal aspects of the joint venture for the construction and operation of the Haramain High-speed Railway project (HHR) linking Meca and Medina, the two holy cities in Saudi Arabia