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Montero Aramburu closes 2022 with €22m revenues, 14% growth

Montero Aramburu closed the 2022 financial year with a turnover of €22.03 million, which represents a growth of 14% compared to the 2021 financial year

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In this way, the firm, which surpasses the €20 million barrier, consolidates its position as one of the leading multidisciplinary law firms in the Spanish market.

This significant growth is due to its excellent positioning in both traditional legal disciplines (tax, commercial, public, civil, real estate, criminal and labour law) and in other new areas of specialisation such as digital law and technology business, entertainment and sport, banking litigation and renewable energies.

This growth has been reinforced by the firm’s commitment to attract highly prestigious professionals to its ranks. Thus, last year it incorporated Helena Arronis, former advisor in the office of the Secretary of State for Energy of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, to its Madrid office, with the aim of positioning itself as one of the leading law firms in the energy sector in Spain. It also strengthened another of the firm’s key areas with the incorporation of former Supreme Court judge Rafael Fernández Valverde, who joined the Madrid office as advisor to the Administrative Law Department.

With these additions, the firm led by Leonardo Neri and Javier Valdecantos now has 309 members including lawyers, economists and general services staff in its various offices in Madrid, Seville, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Huelva and Cordoba.

Among Montero Aramburu’s objectives for 2023 are the reinforcement and consolidation in the traditional markets in which it has been operating, to advance in the integration with the Malaga firm GVA Gómez Villares & Atencia and to continue its firm commitment to growth in Madrid, with the introduction of new disciplines and the increase of business in the Canary Islands. On the other hand, the organic growth of the firm involves continuing with the digitisation process, which will allow gains in effectiveness and efficiency, and with the digital transformation, which will require an extraordinary increase in investment in IT to improve the procedures and management of the firm.

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