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Garrigues hires Javier de la Vega as partner

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Garrigues has hired Javier de la Vega as a partner in Peru as it looks to expand its Latin American tax offering. De la Vega moves from PwC.

De la Vega joins the firm’s Lima office, one of five cities in Latin America the firm has offices in. There are seven partners and more than 40 employees in the Latin America division.

De la Vega joins from PwC, where he gained most of his 20 years of professional experience, and has previously held positions such as corporate tax manager for mining group Anglo American in Peru. He graduated in law from Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, and LLM in banking and finance law from London School of Economics.

He is also an approved member of organisations such as: The Peruvian Institute of Tax Law (IPDT), the tax committee of the Peruvian National Mining, Oil and Energy Association, the Association for the Promotion of Infrastructure Development and the Peruvian group of the International Fiscal Association (IFA).

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