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Monday, April 15, 2024

Cuatrecasas opens today its office in Torre Sevilla

Cuatrecasas opens today its Seville office in Torre Sevilla, symbolising a reinforcement of the firm´s culture of excellence and innovation in the legal services it provides

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As announced by Legal Dealmaker on february 1, Cuatrecasas decided to move its Sevilla office to Torre Sevilla. The Sevilla office begins a new phase today with the opening of an office on the ninth floor of Torre Sevilla, after more than 20 years occupying several floors in the old La Unión and Fénix buildings in the city. Torre Sevilla is a skyscraper with spacious, modern spaces equipped with the latest technology, which has quickly become a benchmark in the high-end office market in the Andalusian capital.

More than fifty collaborators, including professionals and organisational staff, are today inaugurating the 1,400 square metres that the firm has taken over in these state-of-the-art facilities. In Torre Sevilla, they will enjoy an open work area where they can carry out their work in a collaborative and eminently digital environment, in line with the flexible work model and the promotion of networking that Cuatrecasas promotes.

For José Moya, head of Cuatrecasas Sevilla, the new location will improve the service provided by the professionals to their clients. “More than just a physical move, the new office will symbolise a reinforcement of our culture of excellence and innovation in the legal services we provide,” Moya pointed out. Internally, the director of the Seville office points out the benefits that the new space will generate: “We want all our professionals to feel valued, strengthen their team spirit and redouble their desire to continue developing their talent. We are convinced that Torre Sevilla is the ideal space to achieve our objectives,” Moya highlighted.

By integrating the Torre Sevilla complex, Cuatrecasas is once again committed to innovation in its offices, as it did in Barcelona, Madrid, and last year in Lisbon. It will also allow it to advance in line with its environmental, social and good governance (ESG) objectives: Torre Sevilla is a clear example of sustainable construction, as it has the LEED Gold seal, which rewards good environmental practices in the maintenance and management of the building.

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