Jordi Domínguez advises Spanish and multinational clients on the full spectrum of tax issues that arise in sophisticated cross-border transactions. 

Mr. Domínguez leverages a comprehensive understanding of global tax laws and decades of transactional experience within the local and global market to guide private equity sponsors, financial institutions, and multinational corporations on:

  • M&A and joint ventures
  • Restructurings
  • Financing structures 
  • Capital markets offerings

He connects clients to resources across Latham’s platform and provides pragmatic, business-oriented advice that allows clients to make informed decisions in multijurisdictional deals.

A recognized thought leader, Mr. Domínguez regularly lectures on international tax law at Centro de Estudios Garrigues and ESADE.

Mr. Domínguez’s experience includes providing tax advice to:

Private Equity

  • The Carlyle Group on:
    • Acquiring Altadia, a leading Spanish ceramic products manufacturer, from Lone Star 
    • Acquiring a majority stake in Codorníu, the oldest family-owned cava producer in Spain 
    • The €1.2 billion IPO of Applus, the largest Spanish inspection, certification, and technological services company 
  • CVC on its €2 billion strategic investment in LaLiga to set in motion LaLiga Impulso, a project to boost the global growth of LaLiga and its clubs
  • Brookfield Asset Management on acquiring Spanish slate producer Cupa from The Carlyle Group 
  • Platinum Equity on its €3.5 billion acquisition of Urbaser, one of the world’s largest providers of environmental services, from China Tianying 
  • Cerberus Capital Management on:
    • Acquiring a portfolio of nonperforming loans from Caixabank
    • Acquiring 100% of the shares in Optimum RE Spain Socimi, a Spanish REIT listed on the Spanish alternative stock exchange 
    • Acquiring and financing a portfolio of nonperforming secured and unsecured loans from Kutxabank
  • Apollo on establishing a hotel platform and that platform’s subsequent acquisition of several hotels
  • Värde Partners on the €1.1 billion acquisition of an additional 49% stake of WiZink, a Spanish online bank 
  • IFM Investors on its €2.8 billion acquisition of OHL Concessions, a portfolio of transportation infrastructure concessions based in Madrid 
  • Global Infrastructure Partners on its €3.8 billion acquisition of a 20% of Gas Natural, a major Spanish utility company 


  • Wallbox on its in US$1.5 billion deSPAC merger with Kensington Capital Acquisition Corp. II 
  • The shareholders of Grupo Gransolar on selling of 100% of Grupo Gransolar to Trilantic 
  • Enagás on the €3.2 billion acquisition, together with The Blackstone Group and GIC, of a 100% stake in Tallgrass Energy Holdings and a 44% stake in Tallgrass Equity, the owners and developers of US midstream energy assets
  • Telefónica on a €2 billion major carveout of all of its Central American telecom assets in Panamá, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Costa Rica 
  • Globalvia on its US$636 million acquisition of Pocahontas Parkway Holdings, the concessionaire of the Route 895 connector highway in Richmond, Virginia

Capital Markets 

  • Ecoener, a wind, hydro, and photovoltaic energy operator, on its €350 million IPO 
  • The initial purchasers on Haya Real Estate’s first bond issuance in the Spanish real estate servicing sector for €475 million 
  • The coordinating entities on the €2 billion update of the EMTN program of Madrileña Red de Gas Finance B.V., maturing in 203

Finance and Restructuring

  • Promotora de Informaciones and several companies of the Prisa Group on refinancing and amending its syndicated financial debt 
  • The committee of noteholders on the €430 million restructuring of Haya Real Estate, the largest Spanish real estate servicing company and the largest bank-independent third-party servicer of real estate developer loans (REDs) and real estate owned assets (REOs) in Spain
  • An ad hoc group of bondholders on Naviera Armas’ €920 billion restructuring
  • The committee of senior secured creditors on reorganizing and restructuring Deoleo’s €575 million debt 

Bar Qualification

  • Spain (Abogado)


  • Law Degree, Universidad Central de Barcelona (UCB), 1993
  • Master in Taxation, ESADE Law School - Universitat Ramon Llull, 1993

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish