Kepler-Karst has expanded its Madrid office and, in parallel, moved its London Desk to the Heron Tower in the heart of the city. The office will continue to be led by of counsel and banking and finance law professor, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, an expert in debt restructuring.
Through these new changes, the firm is committed to continue growing and seeks to respond to the needs of both national companies with business in the UK, as well as international companies with interests in Spain, among other countries.
From its new office, Kepler-Karst will provide a multidisciplinary service with the aim of becoming a one stop shop of reference for companies in its sectors of specialisation. Its offer extends to all services related to commercial and corporate law, banking and finance, litigation, economic criminal law, real estate, labour law, tax law and antitrust law.
Heron Tower (pictured) is the tallest building in London’s financial district, standing 230 metres high and designed by architects Paul Simovic, Dennis Hill and Gene Kohn.
“The relocation of our London office is a step forward for Kepler-Karst. Beyond the symbolism attached to working in one of the most famous buildings in the british capital, what this move really reflects is a commitment to the international vocation of the project and our team,” says Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal.