P. Eugenio Aramburu has been a partner in Pérez Alati, Grondona,
Benites & Arntsen since 2007. He is a corporate lawyer and his
professional practice is focused primarily on mergers and acquisitions,
private equity, venture capital, corporate law, project finance,
corporate finance and acquisition finance
He has an extensive experience in domestic and cross-border M&A
transactions, joint-ventures, structuring private equity investments,
leverage buyouts, acquisition financings, corporate governance and
advising major international companies, private equity and investment
He regularly advises clients in business law matters including,
setting-up companies, branches or special purpose vehicles, drafting and
negotiating different types of agreements (e.g. shareholders, voting
trusts, licensing, distribution, franchise, agency agreements, pledge,
mortgage and other security arrangements, among others).
He received his Master of Laws (LLM) degree from Columbia Law School in 1997.
He graduated from the Argentine Catholic University in 1996.
Academic & Professional Experience
Mr. Aramburu was a foreign associate at Dewey Ballantine LLP
(New York, USA) from September 1997 to October 1998. He was also
associated to Cuatrecasas (Madrid, Spain) from 2002-2003 as a member of
the Latin American Desk assisting major European companies investing in
He also authored articles on corporate and business law regarding
project finance matters, tortious interference in contractual matters,
and corporate law.
Speaker International Bar Association, Mergers and Acquisitions in Latin America (2017).
Admissions & Affiliations
Mr. Aramburu has been admitted to practice in Argentina and is a member of the Buenos Aires Bar Association.
Director, Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires (2017).