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Consortium Legal - El Salvador

Lucia Martin

Lucia Martin



  • Corporate Law
  • Foreign Investment Inter Trade
  • Real Estate
  • Regulated Sector

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Lucia is an associate at the El Salvador office of Consortium Legal. With almost 6 years of experience in the sectors of technology, real estate, start-ups, fintech and professional services; she has experience in corporate and commercial law, as well as data protection. Recently, she has been involved in various cross border merger and acquisition projects that have taken place in El Salvador, including the sale and purchase of Scotiabank to Banco Cuscatlan, as well as the sale and purchase of a stake in Applaudo Studios, and has advised clients in infrastructure projects and the fintech sectors in the country.

She started her career in Spain, working for the Madrid office of Clifford Chance during 3 years, advising in lease agreements, sale and purchase of shopping centers and commercial and industrial complexes, as well as in the acquisition of portfolios of secured and non-secured loan agreements.

Bar Admissions

Supreme Court of Justice of El Salvador
Madrid Bar Association


Double Masters degree in Law (LLM) in Business Law and Legal Advocacy, Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, Spain, (2014)
Bachelors Degree in Law with a minor in International Business Law, Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain (2013)
Lawyer and Notary authorized to practice in El Salvador by the Salvadoran Supreme Court of Justice
Lawyer authorized to practice law in Spain by the Spanish Ministry of Justice
Areas of Practice

Corporate Law | Foreign Investment Inter Trade | Real Estate | Regulated Sector

Professional Career

Professional Activities and Experience

Real Estate Associate in the Clifford Chance of Madrid, Spain

El Salvador: The Vertical Solution
Consortium Legal - El Salvador, April 2019

1525, the year in which the city of San Salvador was founded under the orders of Pedro de Alvarado, in Las Bermudas Valley, a place located between the city of Suchitoto and the city of San Pedro Perulapan. At this moment, you may probably be thinking “Las Bermudas Valley? That place does not ring a bell to me, I thought that San Salvador was founded where our current historical city center is located.” The answer is both yes and no at the same time...

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