Juan Uscola / Managing Director / Head of Legal

Head of Servicing

Juan Uscola <span>/ Managing Director / Head of Legal</span>
  • Law degree form Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
  • More than 19 years of experience in the distressed debt and assets area.
  • Head of the Legal department specialized in foreclosures and bankruptcies – Banco Popular.
  • More than 20,000 delinquent mortgages – more than 10,000 corporate bankruptcies.
  • Juan personally managed the 35 biggest corporate bankruptcies of Banco Popular.
  • He was one of the people to build the 189 internal legal team as well as all the external legal network.


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