Renowned expert in banking and finance, particularly in regulation of national and international credit institutions.

Fernando Mínguez advises banks and financial institutions on corporate and institutional matters related to their specific administrative regime and on markedly sectoral transactions in which financial regulation plays a significant role.

A credit and savings institutions inspector at the Bank of Spain currently on leave and a non-practicing auditor, he is also admitted as solicitor in England and Wales. He has been advisor to the International Monetary Fund and the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, among other institutions.

He speaks regularly on business, banking and financial matters at different forums and writes in the financial press. He often publishes law review articles on his areas of specialty.

Associate lecturer at the Universidad de Navarra.

Training

  • Certificate of research aptitude for doctoral studies (outstanding; Civil Law Department)
    Spanish National Distance University, 2009

    Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test
    The College of Law, 2009

    Bachelor of Laws
    Spanish National Distance Education University, 2007

    Master in Account Auditing
    Instituto de Censores Jurados de Cuentas de España, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, Spain, 2001

    Bachelor of Economics and Business Studies
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 1994

Mentions

Recommended lawyer
Chambers Europe, Legal 500, Leaders League and Best Lawyers in Banking & Finance, Insurance and Corporate & M&A.