Grant Thornton Spain appoints five new partners
Grant Thornton Spain has announced the appointment of five new partners.
They include forensic specialist Juan Francisco Nasser, and technology lawyer Manuel Sanmartín. In addition, tax specialists Fernando Vírseda, Juan Martínez and José Antonio Justicia have been appointed equity partners.
A Grant Thornton statement said: “All of them bring more skills and value to the market, at a time when professional advice is key to the recovery of many companies after covid-19.”
Nasser joined the Forensic team in 2015. He specializes in the preparation of economic, financial and accounting analyses for the resolution of disputes in arbitration, litigation, mediation and transactions.
Sanmartín joined Grant Thornton's business and innovation consulting business in 2014. He has worked with large multinationals in a range of sectors including defense, automotive and banking, advising on the management of complex projects in areas such as finance, commercial, regulation, compliance and technology.
Vírseda joined Grant Thornton in 2007 and has more than 25 years of experience in tax advice and planning. Martínez, who also joined the firm in 2007, has been advising national and foreign clients on international tax and transfer pricing matters for more than 20 years.
Meanwhile, Justicia has 22 years of experience and has advised on hundreds of transactions, particularly in relation to planning, restructuring and due diligence.
Alejandro Martínez Borrell, CEO of Grant Thornton Spain, said: “"With these new appointments we continue to strategically reinforce our service capacity at a time when clients will need support and reinforcement in relation to their contingency and recovery plans. At the same time, we also reaffirm our strategic commitment to our team, focused on the clear development of their professional careers."
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