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Hogan Lovells welcomes PwC Regulatory lead to partnership

Hogan Lovells has signed Fernando Calancha, until now head of PwC Tax & Legal Regulatory practice, to bolster the firm´s Energy and Regulatory practice

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Fernando Calancha is a renowned lawyer specialising in Regulated Sectors, Band 1-ranked in the Chambers and Partners 2020 directory in the Energy and Natural Resources practice area, and recognised in Best Lawyers in the Administrative Law and Energy Law fields.

Fernando, a Law graduate from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, is a State Attorney on leave of absence, and has held relevant positions in the Public Administration’s energy sector, becoming Chief State Attorney of the Energy Secretariat of State of the Ministry of Industry, where he worked on the development of numerous relevant energy sector regulations.

He has also been secretary of the Board of Invest in Spain, and coordinator of the ICEX, CDTI, and IDAEX agreement with the Attorney General for Legal assistance.

He joined PwC Tax & Legal Services in 2011 as a partner and head of the Regulatory practice, from where he now joins the firm headed by José Luis Vázquez.

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