Various law firms advise on the acquisition of Abengoa by Cox Energy

Medina Cuadros, Ramón y Cajal and Montero Aramburu have advised on the acquisition of Abengoa by Cox Energy. Medina Cuadros has advised Cox Energy and Ramón y Cajal with Montero Aramburu have advised Abengoa.

Image: Antonio Medina Cuadros (Medina Cuadros managing partner); Cristina Vidal, Alfonso Carcamo, Carmen Fernández-Hontoria and Ramón Fernández-Aceytuno (Ramón y Cajal Abogados partners); and Ana Beatriz Gamero Díaz (Montero Aramburu partner).

Medina Cuadros team has been formed by Antonio Medina Cuadros (managing partner), Óscar Marrugat Ferrándiz (legal director), Luis Sánchez Pérez (commercial director) y Bernardo Fernández de Santos (senior lawyer).

Ramón y Cajal Abogados team has been formed by partners Cristina Vidal, Alfonso Carcamo, Ramón Fernández-Aceytuno and Carmen Fernández-Hontoria, with a very significant participation of their associate Marta Villarino Gejo.

Montero Aramburu team has been formed led by partner Ana Beatriz Gamero Díaz, together with lawyers Óscar Romero Agudo and José María Méndez Hernández.

This process makes it possible to preserve the industrial activity and the business fabric in such strategic sectors as renewable energies or industrial engineering and construction, as well as to maintain the entire workforce (approximately 9,500 workers), promoting and increasing the group’s projects after its integration into Cox Energy.

It is the most relevant sale and purchase transaction carried out to date in Spain within the framework of a bankruptcy process. The process has been carried out in accordance with the new “Ley Concursal” that contemplates mechanisms to favor this type of transactions.

Julia Gil