Pedro Martínez

Pedro Martínez

International Energy Advisor
Miami

Email pedro.martinez@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 305 459 6510

Fax +1 305 459 6550

LanguagesEnglish, Spanish

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Pedro Martínez is an experienced corporate and finance advisor. As a member of the Infrastructure, Energy, Resources, and Projects team at Hogan Lovells, Pedro handles project development, finance, and corporate matters with a primary focus on Latin America. Earlier in his career, he spent six years an associate within the Corporate practice group of the Madrid office of Hogan Lovells.

Well-versed in corporate and finance law, Pedro has extensive experience in advising and representing clients on complex corporate and finance transactions, including cross-border mergers and acquisitions, project finance, joint ventures, and reorganizations. In addition to his transactional work, Pedro has significant experience in commercial law matters, advising clients on consumer protection, retail trade, and e-commerce and advertising regulations.

Pedro holds a Master's in Corporate Law (LL.M.) from New York University School of Law and a Law Degree from Universidad San Pablo CEU in Madrid. Pedro also has a business-oriented background. He holds a Business Administration Degree from Universidad San Pablo CEU in Madrid and the European Business School of London.

Education and admissions

Education

LL.M., New York University School of Law, 2017

J.D., Universidad San Pablo CEU, 2010

Representative experience

Advising Sepura plc, a leading global provider of critical communications solutions, on the acquisition of the Spanish company Teltronic, S.A.

Advising Orangina Schweppes on the acquisition of PepsiCo's beverage distribution business in Spain's HORECA channel

Advising ACON Investments on the acquisition of Vetra Energía

Advising Brookfield on the acquisition, together with abertis, of a controlling stake in Arteris, one of Brazil's major toll road operators

Advising Grupo Sura on the acquisition of regulated assets of ING in Latin-American and joint venture with co-investors

Advising retail specialists Gordon Brothers Europe on projects with, among others, fashion retailer SuiteBlanco and home decoration chain Pórtico

Advising syncreon on the acquisition of the Spanish group Compuspar

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