Carolina Gamba is an associate of the International Trade Practice in our Madrid and Brussels offices. She has been active in the fields of international trade, sanctions, project finance and investment protection.

    She complemented her legal studies at the University of Navarra, with a course in international law and international relations at the Complutense University of Madrid, and completed her Master studies specializing in international law, foreign trade and international relations at ISDE in Madrid.

    Carolina has professional experience working in the department of international relations of a law firm, as well as legal counsel in a banking entity. She also has experience in the international field at the United Nations, where she worked at the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in New York City.

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    • Advising international banks, multilateral organizations and companies in relation to transactions, operations and export controls with regard to countries, individuals or entities subject to US, EU and United Nations international sanctions.
    • Advising international banks, multilateral organizations and companies regarding compliance with international sanctioning provisions and the EU Blocking Regulations.
    • Legal advice on project finance, contracting and international investments.
    • Legal advice to companies regarding investment protection.
    • Compliance and corporate governance advice for financial entities.
    • Representation of banking entities sanctioned before the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg.

    Education

    • Universidad Internacional de la Rioja, Master de Acceso a la Abogacía, 2019
    • Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía, LL.M., 2016

    Admissions

    • Madrid, 2019

    Languages

    • English
    • Spanish

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