Ana joined Osborne Clarke (Madrid office) as a Senior Associate in February 2012. Among Ana’s daily tasks at Osborne Clarke she provides ongoing tax advice on direct and indirect tax aspects to national and international companies in an array of sectors.
Ana advises on tax planning and potential structures to minimise fiscal cost and also on mergers and acquisitions, and company reorganisations and restructurings.
She also provides advice on corporate tax audits and tax due diligence and conducts reviews of companies open to tax inspection. In particular, she specialises in tax procedures.
Ana is a graduate of the University of Seville where she studied law and holds a Master’s degree in tax law from Instituto de Empresa (IE). She is also a member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Spanish Directorate General for Taxation issues new criterion affecting the corporate income tax for companies promoting photovoltaic projects
Supreme Court ruling of 23 September 2020 on the application of the beneficial owner clause not provided for in the Spanish-Swiss Convention and the limits of "soft law"
The High Court ruled on the appeal (Colgate Palmolive case) and analysed the objective and temporal limits of the so-called...
On 7 October 2020, the Senate plenary session definitively approved the Bill on the Tax on Certain Digital Services. The...
Modern payment methods and their VAT treatment: the EU Court of Justice rules on the VAT financial services exemption
In its ruling on Case C-5/71 (HMRC Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs v DPAS Limited), the European Union Court of...
The recent approval of the Directive aimed at tax intermediaries, in line with BEPS Action 12, marks a new initiative...