Paid by Alter Legal Alicia Alonso a Iñigo Hernáez to strengthen the methods of different investment activities in the first (investment funds), private equity transactions (purchases, growth, minority and joint investment) and secondary transactions (led by the GP, ongoing income and the sale/purchase of financial instruments), based on the growth of this sector of activity.
Alicia Alonso has more than 15 years of experience in M&A and private equity, advising national and multinational companies, corporate investors, private equity and venture capital on mergers and acquisitions purchase, stock purchase and sale, and partnership and commitment contracts. processes, etc.
Before joining Alter Legal, Alonso worked for EY Abogados and Gómez Acebo & Pombo, advising clients in various sectors, such as construction, energy and consumption. Among others, he has advised Aquila Capital on the restructuring of its portfolio, Quaero Capital, Miura Private Equity, Portobello Capital and Marubeni Corporation in M&A transactions and several financial transactions such as Ivanhoé Cambridge and Schroeders in their investment and supply of property. really.
Iñigo Hernáez started his professional career 15 years ago in Garrigues and since then he advises on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and securities markets (ECM & DCM) in some leading law firms in the country and the world.
Before joining Alter Legal, the lawyer has worked at Gómez-Acebo & Pombo involved in the acquisition of companies in different sectors, with an emphasis on renewable energy and infrastructure, more to cooperatives, the production of financial instruments and the rapid introduction of capital.
Hernáez has advised several funds in M&A transactions, including Elliot Capital, Kartesia, Q-Energy, Plenium Partners and Rivage Investment.