Gabriel Núñez

Partner since 2004 ––– Madrid
Member no. 54062 of the Madrid Bar Association
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Gabriel Núñez joined Uría Menéndez in 1994 and he is a partner of the firm since 2004. He was resident partner of the London office in 2005 and 2006.

He focuses on capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, banking & finance and corporate governance of listed companies. Gabriel has over 20 years of experience advising domestic and foreign companies on a large number deals such as public offerings and IPOs, takeovers, project finance and M&A involving listed and unlisted companies.

Gabriel is an Officer at the IBA Securities Markets Committee, lecturer at several Master degrees including Instituto de Empresa (IE) and Instituto de Estudios Bursatiles (IEB) and has published a large number of articles in books and legal magazines.

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  • Law Degree, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1993

Professional associations

  • Madrid Bar Association
  • International Bar Association
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • Banking and Financial Committee, European Arbitration Association

Teaching activity

Gabriel Núñez is a lecturer on the postgraduate master's degree programme on capital markets at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid, on the postgraduate master's degree programme on business law at the Fundación Carolina and on the master's degree programme on public offerings at the Madrid Bar Association. He is director and lecturer on specialized courses at the Instituto de Empresa.

Recent publications

  • Gabriel Núñez, Susana Serrano de Frutos. International Bar Association (, 04/05/2020

  • Álvaro López, Enrique Nieto, Gabriel Núñez. International Bar Association (, 04/06/2020

  • Andrés Alcalá Parra, Gabriel Núñez, Tom Fagernäs, Joel Kanervo. Business Law International, n.º 1, 2019

  • Peter Castellon, Matt Cole, Gabriel Núñez, Richard Smith, Dewi Walian. Capital Markets Forum Newsletter, 15/11/2019

  • Guide to Public Takeovers in Europe

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    Stefano Cacchi Pessani, Olivier Assant, Bernard Roelvink, Oliver Rieckers, Chris McGaffin, Gabriel Núñez. Madrid: Uría Menéndez, 2017