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Juan Jose Sanchez

Senior Associate

Madrid

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Juan Jose Sanchez

Senior Associate

Madrid

With more than 8 years of professional practice, Juan José has extensive experience in advising both Spanish and international companies, private equity entities and financial institutions on tax matters on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, leveraged acquisitions, capital markets and structured finance products, real estate transactions and tax inspections and litigation.

His experience is extended to the full “deal continuum”, mainly in tax structuring, tax modelling, deal execution and post-deal integration advice, and with wide expertise in tax due diligence projects.

In addition, he has deep and solid knowledge of accounting matters involving the M&A transactions, as well as the tax implications related to asset securitisation operations, real estate investment and divestment operations, and acquisition and/or refinancing of loan portfolios (performing, sub-performing and non-performing) with real estate guarantee.

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Expertise

Practices

Tax

Office

Madrid

Serrano 73
Madrid
28006

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Qualifications

Academic

2017-2018: Executive Master’s Degree in International Taxation (Centro de Estudios Garrigues).

2015-2017: Double Master’s Degree in Access to the Legal Profession & LLM in Tax Law, IE Law School.

2010-2015: Bachelor of Laws (Universidad Pontificia de Comillas - ICADE).

2010-2015: Bachelor in Business Administration (Universidad Pontificia de Comillas - ICADE).

Published work

“Revisiting the withholding tax exemption on interest payments to EU / EEA tax residents: Decision of the Spanish Central Economic-Administrative Court dated 8 October 2019”.

  • Yearbook: 2020 Tax practice for lawyers.
  • Authors: Javier García-Pita, Ishtar Sancho, Juan José Sánchez and José Alarcón.
  • Date: 2020.