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Carlos Gabarró returns to Altalex from Ernst & Young

Carlos Gabarró has rejoined Altalex Legal and Tax Consultants, a practice of about 20 professionals, in Barcelona as a tax partner. He was formerly with Ernst & Young.

Gabarró advises Spanish and foreign family-owned businesses and large multinationals on their domestic and foreign tax affairs, including M&A, holding structures, financing, intangible asset management and tax-efficient supply chain management.

Carlos was a tax adviser with Altalex from 1994 to 1998, when he joined Garrigues & Andersen. Two years later he joined the international tax services practice of Ernst & Young. From 2005 to 2008 he worked in New York, where he was responsible for Ernst & Young’s Spanish tax desk in the US.

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