Tuesday, 14 September 2021 10:30

KPMG Abogados hires lawyer from GT

KPMG Abogados has signed Andrés Íñigo as head of Corporate and M&A department of the firm´s Valencia office, and also covering the Murcia region, joining from Grant Thornton

Until joining KPMG, Andrés (pictured) has been the partner in charge of the Corporate Law department at Grant Thornton Spain, Valencia office. He is a specialist in M&A and Commercial Law, with extensive experience in Corporate Law and Bankruptcy Law, secretarial work for commercial companies, ordinary and extraordinary events in the operation of commercial companies, such as capital increases and reductions, transformations, Mergers and Splits, Due Diligence and company Acquisition processes. He is a Law graduate from the Universidad de Valencia and holds an Advanced Studies Diploma (DEA) in Civil Law ("Basic Model of Attribution of Goods and Services").

Heis a Mediator, Arbitrator and Bankruptcy Administrator. He teaches Commercial Law, in general, and Bankruptcy and Commercial Companies Law, in particular, at the Centro de Estudios Financieros (CEF) and the Universidad a Distancia de Madrid (UDIMA). He also lectures at business schools and other entities and is the author of numerous articles and publications on subjects in his speciality.

On his appointment, Andrés said: "After 11 years of professional development at Grant Thornton, in which I have not only contributed but, especially, received a great deal both personally and professionally, and where I have only found extraordinary professionals and friends, I begin a new stage in KPMG Spain as head of Corporate and M&A Law with the hope of tackling a great challenge and developing the practice area in the Valencian Community and Murcia. This is a moment of thanks, and I must first thank all the professionals at Grant Thornton with whom I have shared these years in one way or another and whom, in order not to make this message eternal, I will not mention expressly and, with special affection, the team at Tax & Legal Valencia, especially the latter with whom I have shared so much. I would like to thank KPMG Tax & Legal for the trust they have placed in me, making me a direct participant in this new stage of the firm itself at a time of change with the intention of promoting this area in Valencia and Murcia and allowing me to be part of it."

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