Marta Rubio joined Uría Menéndez in September 2014.
Her practice focuses on capital markets law, with experience in initial public offerings and issues and offers of shares and bonds (including convertible bonds). She has also taken part in various tender offers and M&A transactions as well as in restructuring transactions involving private companies.
Marta regularly advises companies on corporate law and good governance matters, and regulatory issues concerning securities law.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of The Initial Public Offerings Law Review. While it is largely agreed that the first ‘modern’ initial public offering (IPO) was by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in 1602, IPOs now take place in nearly every corner of the world and involve a wide variety of companies in terms of size, industry and geography.