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Julio César García

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Partner

KPMG Abogados S.L.P.

Madrid

+34 914566044

juliocesargarcia@kpmg.es

www.kpmgabogados.es

Languages: English, French and Spanish

Bar admissions: Madrid Bar Association

Biography

Julio César García is a tax litigation and EU tax law partner at KPMG. He is also the partner in charge of the Corporate Tax Practice at KPMG Abogados, and has broad expertise in corporate taxation.

Recent matter highlights

Julio César has represented some of the largest Spanish IBEX 35 companies and most relevant associations before European counts and the EU Commission. He also holds over 20 years of extensive experience dealing with state and local tax controversies at the audit, economic, administrative and state court levels, including National Apellate Court, Supreme Court and Constitutional Court

Practice areas

Audit support, Dispute resolution, Litigation, Arbitration, EU state aid, Corporate Income tax and the corporate tax practice

Sector specialisations

Automotive, Energy, Financial services, Media, Oil and gas

Association memberships

Madrid Bar Association

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Montserrat Trapé

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Partner

KPMG Abogados S.L.P.

Barcelona, Madrid, Spain

+34 93 253 29 36

mtrape@kpmg.es

www.kpmgabogados.es

Biography

Montserrat is the head of the transfer pricing practice in Spain and former leader of KPMG's transfer pricing services for the EMA Region. In 2014, she became the Managing Partner of KPMG Tax and Legal in Catalonia. She has broad expertise in tax litigation and EU tax law

Recent matter highlights

Montserrat works closely with the transfer pricing and international tax global leadership, where she is involved in a variety of international tax projects for global clients. She closely follows and participates in EU and OECD projects on transfer pricing and related international issues, as well as in matters related to tax litigation and dispute resolution.

She also assists the local EMA transfer pricing teams in developing their practice. Before joining KPMG, she had a distinguished career as a senior tax official in the Spanish Revenue Service. She was co-director of international and non-residents taxation having responsibilities in negotiating APAs.

Practice areas

APAs, Audit support, Dispute resolution, Pre-litigation, Arbitration, International Tax Projects, Transfer Pricing, Tax

Sector specialisations

Consumer goods and services, Energy, Financial services, Media, Oil and gas

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Pedro Aguarón

Baker McKenzie

Felipe Alonso Fernández

GTA Villamagna

Miró Ayats

Cuatrecasas

María Antonia Azpeitia

Baker McKenzie

Ernesto Benito

PwC

Luis Briones

Baker McKenzie

Javier Gónzalez Carcedo

PwC

Juan Antonio Civico

Baker McKenzie

Álvaro de la Cueva González-Cotera

Garrigues Taxand

Carolina del Campo

Cuatracasas

Abelardo Delgado Pacheco

Garrigues Taxand

José Díaz-Faes

KPMG

Santiago Díez

Marimon Abogados

Bruno Dominguez

Baker McKenzie

Rafael Fuster

Uría Menéndez

Julio César Garcia Muñoz

KPMG

Javier García Pita

Linklaters

Ángel García Ruiz

Garrigues Taxand

Jose Maria Garcia-Valdecasa

García - Valdecasas

Eduardo Gardeta

Garrigues Taxand

Agnès Granés

Cuatrecasas

José Ignacio Guerra Garcia

Garrigues Taxand

Alberto Heras

Ramón y Cajal

Juan Manuel Herrero de Egaña

Deloitte

José Vicente Iglesias Gómez

Garrigues Taxand

Federico Linares

EY

Maximino Linares

EY

Ramon Lopez de Haro

Deloitte

Jesús López Tello

Uría Menéndez

Miguel Lorán

Osborne Clarke

José Manuel de Bunes

Deloitte

Juan Molina

Deloitte

Antonio Puentes

PwC

Alejandra Puig

Deloitte

Esteban Raventós

Baker McKenzie

Stella Raventós-Calvo

Danbury

Carlos Reviriego Gomez

PwC

Luis Enrique Rodríguez Otero

Deloitte

Ana Royuela

Baker McKenzie

Javier Ruíz Calzado

Latham & Watkins

Manuel Sáez

Casals Abogados

Raúl Salas Lúcia

Roca Junyent

Manuel Santa María Fernández

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Enrique Seoane Smith

Deloitte

Montserrat Trapé

KPMG

Esther Zamarriego Santiago

Garrigues Taxand

Adolfo Zunzunegui

Allen & Overy

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