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Miguel Lorán

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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Mestre Nicolau 19

08021 Barcelona

Spain

Tel: +34 93 363 7403

Email: miguel.loran@freshfields.com

Website: www.freshfields.com

Miguel Lorán is a partner in Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's Spanish tax practice. He specialises in corporate tax planning, advising clients on a wide range of transactional corporate finance work, mostly in private and public M&A, demergers, restructurings and LBO, both on the debt and equity side.

Miguel is a member of the firm's private equity sector group and advises regularly in the field of investment fund tax planning and partnership taxation. On the finance side, Miguel advises in the Spanish tax aspects of structured finance, securitisations and product development.

Miguel joined the firm in 1999 and has a law degree from the Barcelona University and a masters degree in taxation from ESADE and has been a member of the Barcelona bar association since 1993. He is also member of the Asociación Española de Asesores Fiscales and the International Fiscal Association.

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