Carmen Alonso

  • Plaza de la Independencia 6
  • 28001 Madrid
  • Spain

Carmen Alonso is an associate in the Corporate Department of Latham & Watkins' Madrid office. She advises national and international companies from a wide range of industries on general corporate matters, cross-border mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures, among others. She has also assists companies on restructuring processes and corporate finance transactions.

Ms. Alonso has experience advising clients in the following areas:

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Private equity
  • Capital markets
  • Restructuring
  • Finance

Ms. Alonso´s experience includes advising:

  • The Ad Hoc Group of bondholders in the restructuring of the balance sheet of Naviera Armas
  • KKR in the restructuring and exit financing of Grupo Gallardo 
  • The lenders in relation to the restructuring of Deoleo S.A., a Spanish headquartered and global olive oil production and distribution business
  • Partners Group in the creation of the joint venture Aristeas Logística, a Spain-based platform for investment in logistic real estate assets.
  • Eurona on the restructuring of its debt using judicial approval (homologación) 
  • Sun Capital in the sale of Elix Polymers, a Spanish plastic producer, to Sinochem
  • Portobello in the sale of Multiasistencia, a Spanish specialist in the management and repair of claims for homes, businesses, and communities for insurance companies 
  • Lovell Minnick Partners in an equity investment and debt financing to Trea Asset Management, in the context of the acquisition of Banco Madrid Gestión
  • TA Associates on the secondary buy out of Spanish pet company Kiwoko from Corpfin Capital and Prince Capital Partners
  • The Carlyle Group on its acquisition of a majority stake in Digitex, a Spain-based provider of business process outsourcing services
  • Apical Group, a leading palm oil exporter based in Indonesia, on the acquisition of a majority stake of the share capital of Spanish company Bio-Oils Energy     
  • Nordic Capital in connection with the financing of its acquisition of Sunrise Medical and the Handicare mobility business
  • The lenders on the post-IPO financing of Euskaltel and on the financing for the acquisition of R Cable
  • Globe Specialy Metals on an all-stock combination transaction with Grupo FerroAtlántica, a Spanish world leading producer of silicon metal
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