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Garrigues appoints three new tax partners

Garrigues has strengthened its tax department in Spain, with the appointment of three new partners.

Francisco Lavandera (pictured left), in Barcelona, is an international tax specialist who advises multinational groups on setting up or investing in Spain, and Spanish family-run businesses, particularly on M&A. He also advises foreign financial institutions and funds on the tax aspects of their products or investment schemes.

Mario Ortega (pictured right), in Madrid, advises multinational clients in various sectors on the design and implementation of transfer

pricing policies; reorganisation and value chain analysis; business restructuring; the valuation of related-party transactions; mutual agreement procedures; advance pricing agreements; tax inspections and  global documentation.


Javier Calatayud  (pictured left) runs Garrigues's accounting law practice in Valencia. He has advised family groups and multinationals on acquisitions, corporate restructuring and refinancing transactions.

Four new counsel have also been appointed.

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