Jordi was one of the founding partners of Osborne Clarke Spain and is head of the Tax Department of the Barcelona office.
With extensive experience in corporate taxation and specialising in taxation of national and international corporations, he assists clients with planning and defining tax-efficient structures for investments or for cross-border transactions.
Jordi is very active in the Tech, Media and Comms sector, assisting clients in the decision-making process. He has also acquired broad experience in customs duties and in defining special customs and VAT regimes for both domestic and international economic agents.
Educated at the University of Barcelona, Jordi graduated with an economics degree in 1981. He is a member of the Barcelona Economists Association, the International Tax Planning Association and the Economists and Tax Advisors Registry.
The Spanish Supreme Court considers that the transfer of a supermarket business is subject to stamp duty
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Ruling num. 608/2021 dated 17 February 2021 from the Superior Court of Catalonia – Principles of "uniqueness" and "compartmentalisation" for Spanish tax purposes
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