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Spain

Fernando Matesanz

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Managing Director

Spanish VAT Services Asesores

Madrid

Tel: +34 650105342

info@spanishvat.es

www.spanishvat.es

Languages: Spanish, English

Bar admissions: Madrid Bar

Biography

He is one of the few Spanish lawyers exclusively dealing with Indirect Tax matters. He has been advising on Indirect taxes for the last 16 years.

Fernando is a specialist in International VAT. He has big expertise on the implementation of efficient VAT structures for both Spanish and non-Spanish companies.

Recent matter highlights

  • Fernando advises a large number foreign groups doing activities in Spain on the VAT treatment applicable to their business activities proposing alternative refund with the consequent cash flow benefit for his clients.

  • Fernando advised on the implementation of the so called "real time VAT reporting", also known as SII to a very large number of companies doing activities in Spain.

  • Fernando represents his clients in front of different courts including the European Court of Justice.

Practice areas

VAT

Sector specialisations

Automotive, construction and materials, financial services, industrials, tech and telecoms, transport

Association memberships

International VAT Association (Board Member)

VAT Forum BV

Academic qualifications

Master Degree (LL.M.). Corporate Taxation. IE Business School, Madrid (Spain)

Degree in European Community Law. FH-Pforzheim für Gestaltung, Technik, Wirtschaft und Recht, Pforzheim (Germany)

Law Degree. Universidad San Pablo-CEU, Madrid (Spain)

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