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Mortgage multicurrency: recovering overpaid taxes.

Expansión

Wednesday 24th of February 2021

A great deal has been written about the tortuous paths of mortgagors who, in order to take advantage of interest rate differentials, borrowed in currencies other than the euro. Unfortunately, the debtors were not fully aware of the risk they were taking on because of exchange rate movements, which led to major litigation between financial institutions and debtors.

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Ricardo Martinez Rico and Salvador Ruiz Gallud participate at CEPYME’s seminar to analyze the financial and fiscal problems of SMEs

Ee Briefing Note

Wednesday 17th of February 2021

Martínez Rico will focus his participation on the commercial debt of Public Administrations and the financial situation of SMEs, while Ruiz Gallud will expose the need to reactivate certain fiscal support measures for SMEs

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Equipo Economico collaborates in the 11th edition of the Spain Investors Day, which has gathered more than 200 international investors this year

Ee Briefing Note

Thursday 14th of January 2021

Ricardo Martínez Rico, CEO of Equipo Económico has participated today at a round-table conference dedicated to analyzing the future scenario the Spanish economy will have to face.

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SPAIN-LATAM: a privileged channel for recovery

El País

Friday 18th of December 2020

It is necessary to strengthen the institutions and promote investment and trade flows between the two territories.

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Tax guarantees at risk: do not shoot the piano man

Expansión

Wednesday 16th of December 2020

In western films, it is common for the innocent pianist in the saloon to be harmed by the crossfire between the leading character and the gunman at the time. It also sometimes happens in some essential proceedings of the Tax Administration, that honest citizens, as the vast majority are, are treated unfairly.

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