Elected member of Hispania Activos Inmobiliarios SOCIMI, S.A. since the listing of the company and re-elected in his charge in the AGM which took place in June 2016.

Mr Pérez-Llorca is a well-known arbitrator and lawyer in national and international proceedings and in transactions affecting Spanish and multinational companies.

Mr. Pérez-Llorca has played a prominent role in Spanish politics. He was one of the seven framers of the Spanish Constitution of 1978 (the so-called "fathers of the Constitution") and was Minister of the Presidency of the Government and Parliamentary Relations, Minister of Territorial Relations and Minister of Foreign Affairs with the governments of the UCD party. Whilst serving as Minister of Foreign Affairs, he began the negotiations on Spain’s accession to the then European Economic Union (today EU). He also played a key role in the signing of a new treaty with the United States and was the driving force behind Spain's accession to NATO.

After retiring from politics, he founded the Pérez-Llorca law firm in 1982, where he primarily practices law in the field of arbitration.

Mr. Pérez-Llorca is a member of a number of official bodies, including the Arbitration Court of the Madrid Chamber of Commerce (CACCM), the Civil and Commercial Arbitration Court (CIMA), the International Chamber of Commerce (CCI), the Institute of Private Law of Amsterdam, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) and the American Arbitration Association (AAA). He is also Chairman of the Royal Trust of the Prado Museum.