Kepler-Karst adds Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal as counsel
Kepler-Karst adds Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Chair of Banking and Finance Law at Queen Mary University of London, as Counsel
Kepler-Karst, has announced the appointment of Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, (picture) Professor of Banking and Finance Law at Queen Mary University of London, as Counsel. He is also an international consultant: senior insolvency expert for the World Bank, bank resolution expert for the European Parliament and consultant to several multilateral institutions in Washington D.C., Europe, Central Banks and Sovereign States (Equatorial Guinea, Tunisia, DRC, etc.), and has acted as an expert on sovereign debt for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Olivares-Caminal joins the firm to support the Financial Law area and bring his expertise advising on Restructuring and Insolvency area.
With more than 20 years of experience, and acting from London and Madrid, he has developed projects in all five continents, including the evaluation of the effectiveness of the insolvency laws of the 38 economies where the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development operates. He currently coordinates and represents the Cuban creditors’ committee and a group of Venezuelan creditors in Europe. Kepler-Karst, a law firm renowned for its ability to handle highly complex and public matters and with a presence in Madrid, London and Las Palmas, strengthens its international aspect and two key areas for the firm.
This signing is in addition to the two additions made by the firm last November, when it announced the incorporation of Armando Betancor Álamo, a specialist in cross-border transactions, and Luis A. Barber Marrero, an expert in corporate and insolvency law specialising in the construction sector.
“Our objective is none other than to provide different solutions and develop innovative and effective legal strategies for the best defence of our clients’ interests. To achieve this, adding talent such as Armando, Luis or, now, Rodrigo is an essential contribution”, concludes Davinia Sánchez, President Partner of Kepler-Karst.