Miguel is a partner in the tax department of Osborne Clarke Spain and he advises both Spanish and international clients in transactional work, consultancy and tax litigation.
He has more than twenty years experience in corporate finance work having advised many international private equity funds and financial investors in a long list of LBOs, reorganisations and disposals. In addition to private equity Miguel is active in a variety of industrial sectors, namely financial institutions, infrastructure and energy, and real estate.
He is particularly active structuring transactions in Brazil and advising Brazilian clients investing abroad, taking advantage of his knowledge of the complex Brazilian tax environment.
He joined Osborne Clarke in 2014 and previously was a tax partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
Miguel is a regular contributor to IBFD Derivatives and Private Equity magazines, and is a member of the International Fiscal Association.
Miguel is listed in Chambers, Legal 500, Tax Directors Handbook, International Tax Review and Best Lawyers International.
“Miguel Lorán is highly recognised in the market. Clients describe him as ‘very strong technically and a strategic thinker’. He gives really succinct and clear, robust advice.”
“The tax lawyer with the best M&A know how I have ever seen.”
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