RocaJunyent renews its Board of Directors

The general meeting of RocaJunyent has unanimously approved the renewal of its Board of Directors, for a term of four years. The decision of the partners, “reaffirms the project and roadmap of the office, marked by innovation, sustainability, internationalisation and profitability and the necessary adaptation in the service that the market requires,” according to a statement from the firm.

Joan Roca continues to lead the board as president, as well as the directors Natalia Martí, Santi Pagès, Josep Pujolràs, Blanca Usón, Marlen Estévez and Alex Llevat, the latter as secretary of the council. The board of directors of RocaJunyent has seven members, three of whom are women.

The Commercial Law and M&A department is represented by the president himself, Joan Roca, as well as Alex Llevat, a partner with extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, and Natalia Martí, sustainability counselor and market specialist for values, family protocols and compliance. Santi Pagés brings his experience in corporate operations, impact investment and international, from his leadership of the LatAm desk.

Josep Pujolràs is the managing partner of the office in Girona, economist and lawyer specialised in bankruptcy law and restructuring. For his part, the partner Blanca Usón is a recognised tax advisor, responsible for the comprehensive recurring taxation of national and multinational companies in the firm. Finally, she also renews as board member the partner Marlen Estévez, who joined the board of directors of the firm last year, as a representative of the Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration and as head of Innovation.

After the holding of the general meeting, Joan Roca thanked the unanimous support of the partners and associates to continue with the office’s roadmap. The CEO highlights, “the challenges that the firm faces in terms of internationalisation, mainstreaming of services, growth and development of new practice areas.”

Joan Roca added that: “the office is focused on the new economy and the sustainability, especially in fintech, blockchain, data protection and cybersecurity, EGS or impact investment, but without forgetting the areas of work that have made us strong to date.”