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Andersen Tax & Legal debuts in Spain

13 March 2017

Anjana Haines

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Andersen Tax & Legal now operates in Spain as the Spanish member firm of Andersen Global, Global Abogados. It has officially adopted the Andersen name and will now operate as Andersen Tax & Legal in Spain.

Andersen Tax & Legal in Spain joins several other Andersen Global member firms in the US and Latin America that have adopted the Andersen name, but will be the first to use the Andersen name in Europe.

The Spanish firm will provide tax and legal advice to both individual and corporate clients in the areas of international law, commercial law, banking and stock market, mergers and acquisitions, tax advice and consulting, labour law, insolvencies, restructuring, litigation and arbitration. Including its offices in Barcelona and Madrid, Andersen Tax & Legal has a presence in more than 57 locations worldwide through the member firms of Andersen Global. 






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