Enrique Bruchou, founding partner of the Firm, is a member of the Banking and Capital Markets and General Corporate and M&A Departments. He is frequently counsel of choice for the most complex and important corporate finance transactions involving Argentinian parties or assets.
Since the establishment of the Firm, Mr. Bruchou has represented many investment banks and large corporations both in ground-breaking capital markets and mergers and acquisition transactions in Argentina. Mr. Bruchou has lectured on Corporate Finance and Capital Markets at seminars and has served for several years as member of the Board of the Harvard Club of Argentina.
Mr. Bruchou received a law degree from the Argentine Catholic University in 1979 and an LLM degree from Harvard Law School in 1982. He practiced as a foreign associate in Shearman & Sterling New York, for several years
Enrique enjoys a unique dual status. Widely regarded as one of the top lawyers in Argentina, he is equally known for transforming the Firm from a boutique corporate finance law firm to an institution which is considered to be one of the premier multidisciplinary law firms in Argentina.
Mr. Bruchou he has been recognized as an eminent practitioner in the market by Chambers & Partners and International Financial Law Review.
“He understands not only the law but politics in Argentina. He has a regional understanding and is really special. Enrique has a 360-degree view, he knows how to translate needs into work product.” • Chambers and Partners