Auren has appointed José Antonio García-Argudo (pictured) as a new partner to strengthen the insolvency and restructuring area of the firm.
García-Argudo holds a law degree from ICADE and has more than 30 years of experience as a lawyer in corporate restructuring and insolvency processes, both in and out of court.
He has developed his professional career in firms such as Sareb, where he has been director of procedural and insolvency legal advice and member of the company’s internal control body and, previously at Banesto, as a lawyer in the secretary’s office of the board of directors and lawyer in the legal advice department for recoveries.
“This incorporation reinforces the firm’s commitment to new restructuring processes aimed at companies that may be in financial difficulties at a time of such uncertainty as the present. His expertise will allow us to strengthen our advice in this field,” said Auren’s chairman, Mario Alonso.