María Victoria Vega

Andersen appoints a new partner for its economic criminal law area

Andersen has appointed María Victoria Vega (pictured) as a partner in the litigation department of the Madrid office to lead the economic criminal area.

Vega has a degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid, a degree in Business Studies from the UNED and a PhD in European Union Law from the UNED. With more than 25 years of professional career, she has specialised in Economic Criminal Law, with special emphasis on the crimes of Money Laundering and Tax Fraud.

She also has extensive expertise in the field of cybercompliance for cloud computing, an area in which she has been one of the pioneers.

The new Andersen partner has worked for more than 14 years for El Corte Inglés as head of Money Laundering Prevention and then founded her own firm, VDT Abogados, which she has been responsible for until 2023.

In the academic field, she is a lecturer on the Master’s Degree in Corporate Criminal Law at the Universidad Europea de Madrid and at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. In addition, she is involved in various research projects, among them, the international prosecution of the financing of terrorism.

Irina Wakstein