Sofia Sanmartín


Sofia Sanmartín

Balms Galicia

C/ Reconquista 9, entresuelo
Vigo (Pontevedra)
T. + 34 986 443143
F. + 34 986 446023

Degree in Law and CC.EE. , with the specialty of Private Law, by ICADE-Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, with the qualification of Outstanding.

Lawyer in practice since 2012, having developed her professional career in companies of recognized national prestige, in the field of Company Law, in which she has intervened in restructuring, M&A, contracting, ERE’s and various corporate operations.

Extensive experience in civil, mercantile and labor business process law.

Sofia speaks Spanish, English, French and Portuguese.


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