Grant Thornton has reinforced its Vigo office with the hirings of Daniel Lago and Alma Martínez as partners
The team of lawyers and jurists at Grant Thornton’s Vigo office continues to grow, having almost tripled in size in the firm’s three years in Galicia. On this occasion, the team has been strengthened in international and national Commercial Law, Corporate Law, Insurance, Customs, Transport and Maritime Law, as well as expanding its capabilities in the Litigation and Arbitration area. It does so with the incorporation of two new lawyers who have developed outstanding careers in the field of Business Law, with extensive international experience and a significant number of successful transactions in their respective specialities.
The first is Daniel Lago, who joins from Garrigues, where he has spent the last fifteen years in the Commercial, Litigation and Arbitration departments. Due to his degree of specialisation, Daniel will develop his professional practice advising both national and foreign companies on the Private Law area, mainly on international contracts and Corporate matters.
He also has extensive experience in advising different international trade operators, with special emphasis on operators in the maritime-fishing, logistics and transport sectors, whom he also advises from the Customs Law perspective, Insurance in its various branches, payment means, liability and international guarantees, as well as on Dispute Resolution, both in the judicial and arbitration fields, at a national and international level.
Daniel Lago (pictured right) holds a degree in Law from the Universidad de Vigo and a diploma from the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary-University of London, specialising in International Commercial Law and international Arbitration. He also holds a qualification as a damage commissioner and credentials from a prestigious legal international directory.
The second addition is Alma Martínez (pictured left), a specialist in advising national and international companies and Funds on company and Asset Acquisitions, with special emphasis on the real estate and renewable energy sectors, distressed transactions and the purchase and sale of credit portfolios, the preparation and coordination of Legal audit reports, as well as ongoing advice on Corporate matters, Real Estate Law and Contracting.
Alma holds a Law Degree from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and a Master’s degree in Corporate Legal Practice from Centro de Estudios Garrigues. To date, in her professional career, she has combined experience both in Spain and in New York at Pérez Llorca, where she has worked in the Corporate area for the last five years.