Mexican law firms Fegamo & Vasaf and Mani de Ita Abogados have announced their merger to better attend to needs in the local market in the light of incoming fiscal and compliance legislation.
Both firms are based in the northern city of Monterrey, and positions Fegamo & Vasaf as one of the city’s largest, with more than 20 professionals.
“We are greatly enthused by this merger as we are committed to offering multi-disciplinary solutions of the highest quality to our clients,” Juan Vázquez Silveyra, founding partner of Fegamo & Vasaf, said in a statement.
“This merger strengthens our tax practice and allows us to offer services in integral planning, counseling, consultancy and prevention and handling of controversies in taxation matters, particularly at this time when clients expect creative and effective solutions that adapt to the new reality in business,” Vázquez Silveyra added.
Fegamo & Vasaf specializes in corporate, M&A, banking and finance, real estate, infrastructure and natural resources, tax law, foreign trade, labor law, social security, migration, intellectual property, mercantile litigation and conflict resolution.
The firm is engaged with clients active in the manufacturing, automotive, real estate, entertainment and financial sectors, among others.
Mani de Ita specializes in legal, tax and corporate advice, and offers effective solutions to themes of great importance and complexity, according to the firm’s website.
Gonzalo Mani de Ita, who was managing partner of Mani de Ita Abogados, has more than 25 years’ experience in tax law, and has also held the post of tax law head partner at Deloitte, and is a specialist in fiscal consultancy and litigation.
He is a graduate of the Universidad Anáhuac and has an LLM in tax law from the Universidad Panamericana, and an LLM in corporate law from the Universidad de Monterrey.