Miguel Cases is the co-managing partner of Cases&Lacambra. He leads Banking & Finance Group of the Firm and is qualified to practice both in Spain and the Principality of Andorra.
He has extensive experience advising credit institutions and investment services firms, acting regularly as the key legal counsel for major national and international financial institutions, public administrations and both public and private investment funds in the structuring of financial transactions, derivatives, financial sector reorganization M&A deals and special situations. In the latter topics he has participated in several of the most cutting edge transactions in both Spain and Principality of Andorra in the past years.
His practice includes the regulation of the financial sector where he is an expert in the legal framework and regulatory environment applicable to entities subject to prudential supervision, especially those rendering financial and investment services. Furthermore, his practice extends to special situations and turmoiled entities.Miguel also acts as an advisor for corporations, family offices and private investors that trust on his knowledge of the financial sector to structure and define the legal risks inherent to their investments. He is also an expert in cross-border asset recovery matters and has acted as arbitrator in finance-related matter.
Before founding Cases & Lacambra, Miguel developed his career in the Spanish Confederation of Savings Banks “CECA”, “la Caixa” (now Caixabank) and Cuatrecasas.
He is a regular lecturer in international business schools in his specialty areas and in particular financial instruments that simulate a replicate cash flows, has participated in the drafting of standards for master netting agreements, in the regulation of netting and financial guarantees and in multiple regulations of the financial sector.
Mr. Cases holds a Law degree and Master in Law from ESADE Law School, MBA (Specialty in Finance) from ESADE Business School and a degree in International Law from Catholic University of Leuven. He has worked in several banking institutions and top Spanish law firms before founding Cases & Lacambra in 2013.