Anabel Blasco

Anabel Blasco


Anabel is experienced in representing companies involved in cartel proceedings before the CNMC. 
She has also advised companies in merger control filings before the CNMC and the European Commission. In addition, she has a wide experience in assisting companies on private enforcement matters and on antitrust compliance. Finally, Anabel is a lecturer in the LL.M of European Union Law at Carlos III University of Madrid, since 2020.


Representative matters

Sandfire in its acquisition of sole control over Matsa to create one of the largest worldwide producers of copper, zinc and lead concentrate.

ICG in relation to the merger control aspects of its acquisition of Konecta and Comdata to create one of the largest BPO services providers in the EEA.

Private equity entity in relation to the merger control aspects of the acquisition of joint control over table grape vines breeders.

Ecoembes in the sanctioning proceeding initiated by the CNMC for a possible abuse of a dominant position that successfully ended by commitments (terminación convencional).

Scania in the actions for damages initiated against it in Spain in the context of the so-called Trucks case.

Nexi in the acquisition of 80% of Paycomet (Banco Sabadell's payment business).

Leadership Positions And Professional Affiliations

  • Nova Talent Member, Womenat - Women Competition Member.



Law and Political Science, University of Valencia, 2018

LL.M in European Union Law, University Carlos III Madrid, 2020

LL.M in access to the legal profession, International University of Valencia, 2021


Catalán, English, Spanish
A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.