Agustín Cerdá also advises on project and corporate financing with an international component, particularly transactions involving Latin America, where he has advised banks, companies and funds on designing, negotiating and implementing complex, multijurisdictional financing structures and security arrangements.
He worked as an international associate in the New York office of major American law firm Chadbourne & Parke (2007-2008) and as a project attorney in the Washington D.C. headquarters of the Interamerican Development Bank (2011).
He lectures on banking and finance in the Master in European Business Law at Universidad Pontificia Comillas-ICADE, and on the university’s commercial law practicum, and on project finance in the Expert in Quantitative Finance Program at Analistas Financieros Internacionales (AFI).
He speaks on project finance and debt restructuring at specialized centers, including AFI, iiR Spain, CEF Center for Financial Studies, and Universitat de València.
He is the author of articles on legal aspects of his area of expertise, published in national and international journals, including the World Securities Law Report, Project Finance International, Revista Española de Capital Riesgo and Revista de Derecho del Mercado de Valores.
Master of Laws (Concentration in International Finance)
Harvard Law School, 2007
Bachelor of Laws (with special distinction)
Universitat de València, 2003
Bachelor of Economics (with special distinction)
Universitat de València, 2002
Chambers & Partners (Europe, Global and Latin America), Legal 500 (Global and Latin America), Latin Lawyer, Leaders League, IFLR and Best Lawyers in Project Finance, Banking & Finance, Corporate and M&A, Private Equity and Restructuring & Insolvency