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Jorge Correa Cervera moves to Creel

Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enriquez has announced the hire of Jorge Correa Cervera as a partner in the firm’s tax practice.

Cervera, who only recently moved back to Mexico after a stint with the OECD in Paris, is particularly experienced in corporate and international tax, specialising in oil and gas and the financial industry.

He has held down several important roles in the past, including a consultancy role at the OECD and various positions at the Mexican Ministry of Finance, including assistant deputy commissioner for international tax legal affairs.

Aside from working for Creel, Cervera will retain his position as a professor at Universidad Panamericana, and his membership of the Scientific Committee of the Mexican chapter of the International Fiscal Association.

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