Ontier has changed its ownership model from a classic corporate structure to a shareholding structure.
Thus, it opens ownership to its partners, Bernardo Gutiérrez de la Roza (pictured left) and Pedro Rodero (pictured right), owners of the firm, and dilutes its capital to allow new partners to join.
This means that, as of 1 january 2023, the firm’s shares, which form part of its holding company located in London, will be owned by several partners, in principle, four national and three international.
The firm, with 17 offices in 13 countries, wants to replicate a business model so that its partners, in addition to having profit shares in their shares, become owners of the firm.
This strategy includes the signing of Carlos de la Pedraja, the firm’s global corporate director, who until then was vice-dean and general manager of IE Law School.