A&O promotes four to senior associate in Spain
Allen & Overy has appointed Javier González, Andrés Mochales, Sofía Sánchez-Calero and Pablo Torres as new senior associates in four practice areas in Spain
From now on, Javier González (pictured top left) is a new senior associate of Allen & Overy´s Real Estate area in Spain. Javier has participated in numerous transactions including the sale and purchase and lease of all types of Real Estate such as hotel complexes, shopping centres, high-street premises, office buildings and industrial sites, as well as in financial lease agreements, purchase options, corporate sale and purchase transactions and joint ventures. He also has extensive experience in renewable energy projects. His work includes advice on acquisitions and sales of property-backed debt portfolios and REOs.
Andrés Mochales (pictured top right) is the new senior associate of the firm´s Corporate/M&A practice. Andrés has gained experience advising in corporate transactions, both domestic and international clients. He has also advised a number of leading financial institutions and corporate clients on Banking and Finance deals. He has participated in several corporate transactions in different sectors, both domestic and cross-border, and in particular, in M&A transactions, transfer of assets, Corporate Restructuring, Due Diligence processes and Board secretary duties.
Sofía Sánchez-Calero (pictured bottom left) is the new senior associate in the Banking & Finance area. Sofia graduated in Law and in Business Administration and Management at Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros of Madrid (CUNEF), a school belonging to Universidad Complutense of Madrid and founded through the initiative of the Spanish Banking Association (Asociación Española de Banca, AEB).
Pablo Torres (pictured bottom right) is now a senior associate in the Litigation area. Pablo’s practice focuses on international investment treaty and Commercial Arbitration, in matters related to various sectors and industries, seated in various jurisdictions and under the rules of the main arbitral institutions, including ICSID, UNCITRAL and ICC.