B Cremades y Asociados

Bernardo M Cremades Sanz-Pastor

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Arbitration (International): Most In Demand Arbitrators - Europe-wide
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Sources see B Cremades y Asociados founding partner Bernardo Cremades Sanz-Pastor as a "very senior figure" and"a key player in arbitration." He receives excellent market feedback for his long-standing experience sitting as arbitrator in disputes concerning Eastern European, African and Latin American jurisdictions. He is particularly adept at presiding over cases arising from alleged breaches of commercial agreements and bilateral investment treaties relating to the construction, energy and mining sectors.

Dispute Resolution: Most in Demand Arbitrators - Spain
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The "extraordinary" Bernardo Cremades Sanz-Pastor is widely recognised as a prominent figure in the international arbitration field. He regularly accepts arbitral appointments in European and Latin American-seated tribunals and is present in commercial, construction and finance-related disputes. "He left a serious lasting impression on me and I would certainly use him again, I wouldn't even think twice," notes an impressed interviewee.

Arbitration (International): Most In Demand Arbitrators - Global-wide
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Madrid-based Bernardo Cremades Sanz-Pastor of B Cremades y Asociados possesses decades of experience in the arbitration arena and is praised by sources as "a pioneer of arbitration in Spain." He offers deep expertise in ICSID, ICC and UNCITRAL proceedings, alongside in-depth knowledge of the construction and energy sectors.

Arbitration (International): Most In Demand Arbitrators - Latin America-wide
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Bernardo Cremades Sanz-Pastor of B Cremades y Asociados is highly acclaimed for his abilities as an arbitrator, having presided over numerous high-profile Latin American arbitrations. One source notes: "He is an excellent arbitrator, is extremely well known and will always be a name to consider for Spanish language arbitrations."