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BBVA recruits Litigation pro from Pérez-Llorca

BBVA has hired Buenaventura Hernández as Legal counsel, joining from Pérez-Llorca, where he has worked in the firm´s Litigation & Arbitration department for more than seven years

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Buenaventura joined Pérez-Llorca in 2015 and was until now part of the Litigation and Arbitration team. Buenaventura’s professional experience focuses on Commercial Litigation before the Spanish courts and tribunals, as well as in domestic and international Arbitrations, as well as on matters related to Insolvency, Insurance, Civil liability, Banking and leasing, among others.

Furthermore, Buenaventura has experience in Insolvency proceedings, representing both creditors and insolvent parties in rescissory actions, as well as settlement processes. He also has experience providing pre-insolvency advice.

He is a Law Graduate from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and holds a Master´s degree in Company Law from Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICAI-ICADE). He lectures as an assistant professor for the Master’s degree for Access to the Legal Profession at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Insolvency Law), and is a PaxMoot trainer at UAM.

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