It’s not easy to invest in Angola, but the incentives are there and, if you do it right, the rewards have the potential to be very lucrative
The US infrastructure sector is in need of funds, and Spanish institutions are poised to capitalise offering new financial structures
Gómez-Acebo & Pombo has recently announced the launch of its long-awaited New York office, at the heart of the US legal market. As with the firm’s other overseas offices, the plan has been slowly but carefully followed, says Rubén Ferrer, a Partner at the firm.
With the crisis increasingly driving Iberian companies to look for opportunities abroad, a worldwide network is essential, as is choosing the right firms to partner with.
The Portuguese economy is facing difficulties derived from its consecutive and excessive budgetary deficits and the constraints imposed by the bailout from the IMF, EU Commission and European Central Bank (ECB).