Chambers Diversity entrevista a Graciela Llaneza: Bringing About Change in Gender Diversity and Female Leadership in Spain

Graciela Llaneza heads the Private Equity practice at Hogan Lovells’ Madrid office and is renowned for her work in private equity and M&A. Graciela has a solid track record in advising both financial investors on domestic and cross-border transactions as well as Spanish and international companies on M&A transactions generally and in specific areas including sectors such as financial services, consumer, healthcare and energy.

Graciela completed a degree in Law and Economics (Hons) at Universidad Pontificia Comillas, ICADE Madrid and started her career at the Spanish law firm Cuatrecasas. She joined Hogan Lovells in 2004 and became a partner in 2009. Graciela is ranked in all of the major professional directories. Graciela has been recognised by numerous leading legal publications, including: Latinvex as one of the Top 100 Female Lawyers, 2016 for her expertise in Latin America; Chambers Europe and Chambers Global also recognise her for her expertise in corporate M&A and private equity.

Her strong commitment to diversity and women’s issues motivated her to found the Spanish Female Executives and Board of Directors Association EJE&CON, where she currently serves as a member of the Board and General Counsel. The association’s aim is to promote and increase the presence of women in executive, senior management, and board positions in Spain.

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