Broseta launches new Iberian project – Next Gen EU

The firm’s new project will target medium and large companies and will have a team composed of five lawyers from Portugal and nine lawyers from Spain

pjimage 37Next Gen EU is the latest project to be launched by Broseta law firm. The main objective is to ensure that organisations, both public and private, are able to benefit from the stimuli created by the European Union.

“Between ignorance and the inevitable bureaucracy, there are many opportunities wasted. Our goal is to support companies in identifying and capturing opportunities to apply for funds that will enable them to leverage growth, modernisation, innovation and internationalisation projects ”, explains Álvaro Roquette Morais (pictured), managing partner of Broseta Portugal.

According to Broseta, the new project aims to put know-how and a professional structure with proven results at the service of Portuguese companies, so that the available funds can be used in the best way.

“Companies and other entities that have investment plans and that want to grow, can have access to subsidy and financing mechanisms and this is where we want to be: supporting with a professional and trained structure, which benefits from synergies with the Spanish teams who have specific competencies for the management of these projects ”, adds Roquette Morais.

The new project is aimed at medium and large companies that have medium-term investment objectives of more than €5 million. “Typically, in Spain, Broseta looks at companies with projects over €10 million, but our market is smaller in size”, he stresses.

In Portugal, the team assigned to the project has five lawyers who, since the end of the year, have been in close contact with the Spanish team, which has nine lawyers.

All of these lawyers thus form a “unique” Iberian team led by partner Nuria Arenas. “Prepared Portuguese and Spanish lawyers, supported by a consultancy team of excellence, capable of offering integrated and multidisciplinary projects with a focus on generating value”, notes the managing partner.

Michael Heron