IvánMartín-Barbón

Partner

Madrid + 34.91.520.3939

Iván Martín-Barbón has more than 20 years of experience advising sponsors, financial institutions, asset managers, and investments firms in a wide range of cross-border deals including real estate finance, structured finance, and securitizations. In addition, Iván has a strong focus on financial regulatory matters, ESG (environmental, social, and governance), fintech, and digital assets.

Iván's recent experience include real estate finance transactions acting for Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, LaSalle Asset Management, and Greystar. Iván also has represented Orange in the financial regulation matters connected with the joint venture of MasMovil and Orange Spain, and he regularly engages in structured finance and securitization deals for global clients of the Firm.

Iván is recommended in Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, The Legal 500 EMEA, and Best Lawyers guides.

Experiência

  • Société Générale sells Société Générale Equipment Finance's (SGEF) activitiesJones Day is advising Société Générale in the sale of the professional equipment financing businesses operated by Societe Generale Equipment Finance (SGEF) to Groupe BPCE.
  • Vibrantz completes US$140 million new STS trade receivables securitisation and €10 million trade receivables factoring programmeJones Day assisted Vibrantz Corporation in relation to a new (i) US$140 million cross-border STS trade receivables securitization transaction with ING Belgium NV/SA and NORD/LB and (ii) €10 million bilateral factoring programme with ING Commercial Finance.
  • Belfius Bank, ING Belgium, and KBC Bank amend, increase, and extend existing financing to Equine Care GroupJones Day acted as counsel to Belfius Bank SA/NV, ING Belgium NV/SA and KBC Bank NV, as lenders, in connection with the amendment, increase, and extension of the existing financing granted to the Equine Care Group (an international provider of high-quality equine care through specialist equine clinics, ambulatory care and nutrition/supplements) for the purpose of, amongst others, acquiring the Irish company Thoroughbred Remedies Manufacturing Limited and the English company Equine Products U.K. Limited.
  • Greystar acquires land to construct and develop a student residence located in Cantoblanco (Madrid)Jones Day advised Greystar Real Estate Partners in the acquisition of a plot of land to construct and develop a student residence located in Cantoblanco (Madrid) through the purchase and sale of the shares of the company BCOME Madrid, S.L. that owns the land, prior cancellation of the surface right that said company had in its favor on the same land, owned by a third party.
  • Merchant banking firm and Fortress Credit Corp. provide restructuring of secured credit facility to Win SystemsJones Day represented a merchant banking firm and Fortress Credit Corp. in connection with the restructuring of a secured credit facility provided to Win Systems, an international developer of gaming machines software and manufacturer of gaming machines.
  • Leading specialty and materials company amends and restates its receivables purchase and servicing agreementJones Day acted as transaction counsel in connection with an amendment and restatement of a leading specialty and materials company's receivables purchase and servicing agreement to incorporate, amongst others, an additional originator and to increase the programme amount.
  • Natixis and Goldman Sachs complete €1.5 billion first Green "use of proceeds" RMBS in France for BPCE groupJones Day acted as legal adviser to Natixis and Goldman Sachs Bank Europe SE, joint lead managers, and Natixis, interest rate swap counterparty, in connection with the securitization of French residential loans originated by the Banques Populaires and the Caisses d'Epargne through the French fonds commun de titrisation “BPCE Home Loans FCT 2021 Green UoP".
  • Spanish securitization fund acquires distressed debt of Spanish motorway concessionairesJones Day represented a Spanish securitization fund sponsor in the acquisition of the distressed debt of a bankrupt Spanish motorway concessionaires.
  • Ferro expands receivables purchase programJones Day advised Ferro Corporation, a leading global supplier of technology-based functional coatings and color solutions, in connection with the expansion of its receivables purchase program with ING Belgium in Europe.
  • Merchant banking firm and Fortress Credit provide secured credit facility to Win SystemsJones Day represented a merchant banking firm and Fortress Credit Corp. in connection with a secured credit facility provided to Win Systems, an international developer of gaming machines software and manufacturer of gaming machines.
  • Spanish bank provides long term financing to Renewable Power VehicleJones Day represented a Spanish bank in connection with the long term financing provided to Renewable Power Vehicle, S.L. for the restructuring of the financial indebtedness of the group.
  • Bankia, Banco Santander, and Caixabank provide term loan to engineering and construction firmJones Day represented Bankia, S.A., Banco Santander, S.A. and Caixabank, S.A. in connection with a term loan provided to an engineering and construction firm.
  • AEE Power finances solar power plant in Nigerian province of NasarawaJones Day advised AEE Power, S.A., an international EPC contractor and power developer specialized in the energy industry, in connection with the $70 million project financing for the development of a 50 MW solar power plant sponsored by Afrinergia Power Limited located in the Nigerian province of Nasarawa.
  • AEE Power obtains financing for solar plant project in Lorelei, NamibiaJones Day advised AEE Power, S.A., an international EPC contractor and power developer specialized in the energy industry, in connection with a $10 million loan provided by Aloe Investments, Ltd. for the construction and development of a solar plant project with a total generating capacity of 5 MW located in Lorelei, Namibia.
  • Syndicate of lenders provides financing to Grupo Isolux Corsan for its restructuring of debtJones Day provided legal advice to a syndicate of Lenders (excluding bondholders) in a financing transaction to Grupo Isolux Corsan S.A., a listed global Spanish construction and engineering company, in the restructuring of nearly €2 billion debt owed by the worldwide-based group of companies.
  • BBVA Bancomer and Banco Santander México-led syndicate refinances Oaxaca I wind parkJones Day represented BBVA Bancomer, Banco Santander (Mexico), Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Públicos (Banobras), Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO), and Sabcapital in connection with the refinancing of Oaxaca I wind park sponsored by Cobra Concesiones, S.L. and Bow Power, S.L.
  • BBVA-led syndicate assesses impact of change of control under €77 million project finance of wind park located in Valencia, SpainJones Day advised a syndicate of lenders including Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, S.A. as agent in assessing the impact of the change of control in the borrower under a €77 million (US$85.9 million) project finance of a wind park located in Jarafuel, Valencia, Spain).
  • CaixaBank refinances Rotasol photovoltaic solar plant project in Rota, Cádiz, SpainJones Day advised CaixaBank, S.A. in connection with the sale and purchase agreement and refinancing of the "Rotasol" photovoltaic solar plant project located in Rota, Cádiz, Spain.
  • CaixaBank refinances Zorita photovoltaic solar plant project in Salamanca, SpainJones Day advised CaixaBank, S.A. in connection with the sale and purchase agreement and refinancing of the "Zorita" photovoltaic solar plant project located in Salamanca, Spain.
  • Portobello Capital acquires Ramón SabaterJones Day represented Portobello Capital Gestion SA SGEIC in connection with the acquisition and related financing of 100% of the Spanish company Ramón Sabater, S.A., a manufacturer and distributor of spices.
    • April 18, 2024
      6th IBA French – Spanish Day Event. Speaker at the session: "Into the MásMovil/Orange merger"
    • July 22, 2022
      ESG post-Shell: potential litigation against financial institutions.