Ramón Fernández-Aceytuno

(+34) 91 576 19 00


Ramón joined Ramón y Cajal in September 1999. Currently he is a Partner responsible of the Litigation and Insolvency Department and practices in the areas of civil process, commercial, arbitration and insolvency.

Within civil and commercial litigation law, he dedicates his practice to cases of breach of commercial contracts, lawsuits dealing with the responsibility of administrators and all types of banking contracts (swaps, structured bonds, etc.) and, in general, all things relating to business law.

He acts as lawyer in all national arbitration courts, as well as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). He is also an arbiter for the Managing Board of the Chambers of Commerce (Consejo Superior de Cámaras de Comercio) and different ad hoc arbitrations.

Ramón specialises in corporate restructuring processes, advising large companies and financial institutions in pre-bankruptcy and bankruptcy proceedings. He manages bankruptcy proceedings as the lawyer of the bankrupt company itself, as well as for significant creditors seeking to defend their interests in the process.



  • Law degree, Universidad Complutense of Madrid
  • Master of Business Law, Universidad Nebrija
  • Various courses in insolvency law


He regularly collaborates with the Pontifical University of Comillas (ICADE). At this prestigious university, he is professor on the Master in Business Law and Master in Access to the Legal Profession courses, imparting the Bankruptcy Law subject and forming part of the assessment boards.

He is also a professor at other universities such as King Juan Carlos University, Nebrija University and the University of Navarra. 


He has published various articles in the specialist bankruptcy law magazine "Revista de Derecho Concursal y Paraconcursal" produced by publishing house La Ley. He also writes opinion articles in online media and the written press.



  • Foundation for Research based on Companies and the Law (Fundación para la Investigación sobre el Derecho y la Empresa (FIDE)).
  • Spanish Arbitration Club (Club Español de Arbitraje (CEA)).
  • INSOL EUROPE (transnational insolvency law).