Ignacio Sanz has rejoined Argentine law firm Zang, Bergel & Viñes to lead its public law, governmental affairs, compliance and internal investigations practice after a two-year hiatus during which he practiced as an independent attorney.
Sanz has a wealth of experience as a specialist in constitutional and administrative law and has advised corporate clients in transactions across a wide variety of sectors, such as transportation, infrastructure, energy, telecoms, banking and financing and real estate.
"Ignacio's profile is a perfect fit for the firm's current needs as it allows us to expand the kind of services we offer to our clients and at the same time contributes to adding depth to our practices such as energy, anti-trust, litigation and corporate governance," ZBV managing partner Carolina Zang said.
"We also highly value his commitment to talent development and internal management of the firm, and which has been evidenced by his solid reputation as a builder of high-quality teams and a team player," she added.
Founded in 1975 by Saúl Zang, Salvador Darío Bergel and Ernesto Manuel Viñes, Buenos Aires-based ZBV is a full-service legal firms and serves some of Argentina’s larget companies, as well as clients abroad.