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Carmen Herreros


Carmen Herreros
English, Spanish
Practice Group

Carmen Herreros de la Cuesta is an associate in the Insurance & Reinsurance team in the Madrid office, with dedication also in the payment services industry. Her practice focuses primarily on general corporate representation as well as on mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, joint ventures and authorized transactions in the insurance and reinsurance industry.

On the advisory and regulatory field, she counsels on policy drafting, advice on contract interpretation, arrangements for the distribution of insurance and financial products, intermediary agreements, regulatory advice and payment services.

Prior to join Hogan Lovells, Carmen was working on a major Spanish law firm, focusing on Corporate transactions.

Representative Experience

Advising and arranging the process of leading French insurance companies in their attempt to start operating in the Spanish insurance industry through different investment vehicles.

Leading Spanish insurance company in establishing an effective legal entity in South America through which to operate in the insurance industry.

Insurance company in its negotiation to start selling insurance products through a nationwide network of authorized distributors in Spain.

Sacyr in its attempt to acquire the fifty percent (50%) of the engineering company Fluor Corporation.

Rocket Internet acquisition of Madrid-based food delivery startup La Nevera Roja (LNR). Value: €80m.

Isolux Aparcamientos Activos in the acquisition of several car park companies all over the Spanish territory. Estimated value: €50m.

Rentokil Initial 1927 plc in the Spanish legal aspects of the sale of its Spanish subsidiaries.

CTT Correios de Portugal in the Spanish legal aspects of its privatization, particularly regarding its Spanish subsidiary Tourline.

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