Ecija recruits Silvia Altieri as partner
Madrid-headquartered law firm Ecija has incorporated Silvia Altieri as a partner to strengthen its advisory practice for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and private equity funds.
Altieri, who has more than 15 years experience advising SMEs on financial and tax matters, has previously held roles at Tamboro Educacional in Brazil and Llorente & Cuenca.
She will be a member of the firm’s Ecija Advisory practice. Ecija Advisory provides advice to SMEs, multinationals, private equity funds and venture capital funds on tax, labour, commercial and accounting matters.
Ecija Advisory has four partners and more than 25 professionals.
Ecija Advisory partner Oliver Von Schiller said Altieri had been hired in response to changing client demands. He added: "Companies need solutions to meet their cash forecasts and achieve a balance between bank and non-bank financing. We help our clients plan their finances in the long term by taking into account new possibilities in the market.”
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