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Wednesday, September 28, 2022
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Ambar Partners hires partner from Cosentino

Ambar Partners has signed Cayetano Fuentes Merlos, who joins from Cosentino, where he has been until now Legal counsel

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Cayetano is a Law graduate from Universidad de Murcia, spending a year abroad at Università degli Studi di Firenze. He also holds an Executive Programme in International Trade at ENAE Business School and he studied International Business Law at ESADE.

Fuentes Merlos started his career at Linklaters as an associate in the Banking & Finance practice (six years), joining Cosentino in 2018 as Legal counsel, until now.

On his hiring, Cayetano said: “After three great years, I am ending my professional career with the great Cosentino Group – Cosentino Group family. During this time, I have seen that with effort, perseverance, imagination and, above all, enthusiasm, any obstacle can be overcome and the road to success becomes a wonderful experience. Thank you, Cosentino, for all this time of growth and friendship. Now I am starting a new stage together with the incredible team at Ambar Partners. A thousand thanks to the whole Ambar team for this opportunity. Looking forward to starting this new challenge!”

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