Tuesday 11th of October 2016
Equipo Economico is strengthening its global consultancy, corporate and transactions area, with the incorporation of Pablo Olivera, a state lawyer with more than 20 years’ experience and specialized in commercial law.
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Thursday 6th of October 2016
Martínez Rico has taken part in the panel “Pure industrial disruption”, analyzing the urgent need for technological transformation that should be carried out by some traditional industries and firms to guarantee survival over time in sectors such as finance, telecommunications, transport, distribution and tourism.
Monday 18th of July 2016
Manuel de Vicente-Tutor, managing partner of EQUIPO ECONOMICO, highlights the fact that environmental taxation is playing an increasing role in OECD member states. The new government, in the framework of the new financing system for autonomous communities, should tackle its reorganization to adapt to countries in our setting.
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Friday 15th of July 2016
Francisco Piedras Camacho, managing director of Equipo Economico, has taken part in the course with a conference titled “The future of road transport in Spain. Challenges and opportunities” in which he presented the most important conclusions drawn from the study, which, with the same title, has been performed on the sector. He highlights the important contribution of firms from the sector in economic terms in addition to social and territorial cohesion and the reduction of environmental external factors.
Tuesday 12th of July 2016
Manuel de Vicente-Tutor and Irene Carrera, managing partner and manager of EQUIPO ECONOMICO, respectively, call attention to the importance of the Constitutional Court ruling last 23 June 2016. This concludes a highly significant controversy regarding taxation of options on shares in the scope of Income Tax and rules out the technique used at times by the legislator that attempts to resolve conflicts by means of changes to the law that aim to resolve not only future legal situations but also past situations and those pending resolutions in the courts. The ruling is important beyond the specific case and should be analyzed in detail given the possible extension of its effects, for example, to the non-applicability of the obligation to declare assets abroad.