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He started his professional activity in 1998 at the firm Silva, Valdes y Cia, SRC, and as a partner at the same from December 2005.In 2008, he joined KPMG Abogados to take on the responsibility for creating its legal department, and then in December 2010, he moved to Altius Abogados.In 2011, as a founding partner, he embarked upon the project to create the new firm MA Abogados, made up of a group of practices desirous of creating a firm specialised in legal consultancy for medium and large companies, of national scope and international vocation.His professional career has covered practically the entire range of legal counsel for public and private companies, specialising in Mercantile and Procedural Law.With regard to Mercantile Law, he has participated in many business purchase and company restructuring processes, advising from both the seller’s and purchaser’s perspective, issuing due diligence reports, negotiating and drafting the corresponding contracts, and directing insolvency procedures of various sizes.He has wide experience in insolvency law, advising business groups in crisis, and participating actively in debt refinancing processes. He has likewise undertaken legal direction of companies in suspension of payments and creditors’ meetings themselves, proposing the insolvency strategy and collaborating with the preparation of viability plans.In Procedural Law he has defended the interests of all kinds of clients: financial entities, public and private companies, with special emphasis on Mercantile Law, and advising in numerous inter-company conflicts. He also possesses wide knowledge of other areas of Law which impinge directly upon Public Law and Economic Criminal Law, derived fundamentally from inter-company conflicts as financial and business relationships have increased in complexity, with the appearance of new financial and company criminal offences.