Ignacio Núñez Luque
Ignacio holds a Law degree from the University of Navarre, Spain (1995) and a Diploma on European Community Law, Sheffield Hallam University, U.K (1995). Master in International Business, American University Washington College of Law, U.S. (1998). General Management Program, IESE, Spain (2004). Master in Organizational Governance and Culture, Institute for Business and Humanism, University of Navarre (2007). The Power MBA (2019).
After beginning his professional career as a lawyer on the TMT sector in Spain, he worked at Wilkinson, Barker, Knauer & Quinn, LLP (Washington D.C.), where he developed an intense activity working on the new technologies and IP sector. He participated as a government-consultant, within the privatization processes of Panama and Colombia. He acted as consultant of American firms on the legal framework existing in Argentina, Brazil, and El Salvador, as well as regulatory institutions of the sector in Bolivia and Ecuador. He participated in the transaction of dossiers before the State Department and the FCC, representing international satellite consortiums (Simón Bolivar), as well as different firms, interested in investing in the U.S.
Back in Spain, he joins the Firm SPYN Advisors as Partner, becoming Managing Partner in 2000. Within that period he has advised numerous telecommunications operators, ISPs, as well as several broadcasting entities, producer firms, and firms dedicated to the new Technologies. Likewise, his assessment on international matters and those related to investment, business, entertainment and sports, should be highlighted.
Ignacio Núñez Luque is also President of the Board of a number of companies with ties to the industries in which he develops his activities (real estate promotion and construction, sports, technology, hotel asset management, and audiovisual production). He is a member of the Board for the Institute for US Law, in Washington, D.C., President of the Royal Spanish Football Federation’s UEFA Licensing Committee, President of the Guipúzcoa Basket Club (ACB), amongst others.