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Pérez-Llorca

AVENIDA DIAGONAL 640, 8ºA, 08017 BARCELONA, SPAIN
Tel:
Work +34 93 481 30 75
Fax:
Fax +34 93 481 30 76
Email:
Web:
www.perezllorca.com
Barcelona, London, Madrid, New York
Pérez-Llorca, Norma Peña i Bagés, Barcelona, SPAIN

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Norma Peña i Bagés

Tel:
Work +34 93 481 30 75
Email:
Web:
www.perezllorca.com/en/lawyer/norma-pena-i-bages-2/
Pérez-Llorca

Work Department

Tax

Position

Norma Peña i Bagés advises on tax structuring in M&A and real estate transactions, acquisition financing and corporate and financial restructurings. Extensive experience in international tax advice, tax proceedings and litigation.

Career

Norma joined Pérez-Llorca as partner in 2017. She gained more than 15 years’ experience from previous prestigious global law firms before joining Pérez-Llorca.

Languages

Spanish, Catalan and English

Member

The Barcelona Bar Association (ICAB)

Education

Law degree (Universidad Ramón Llull – ESADE, Barcelona, 2001)


Spain

Tax

Within: Tax

Pérez-Llorca has cross-border experience in tax matters arising from international transactions, and also represents clients in interactions with the Spanish tax authorities. Tax legislation expert Clara Jiménez leads the team and focuses on litigation and tax audits. M&A and real estate specialist Norma Peña i Bagés is head of the firm’s Barcelona practice. Also notable is tax litigation expert José Suárez, who was promoted to partner in 2018. The firm advised Banco Santander on the structuring of the transfer of Banco Popular’s 49% stake in WiZink to Värde and the acquisition of WiZink’s Banking Business. In another highlight, the department is assisting Adigital and its members with a legislative matter relating to the proposal of a directive on the taxation of digital services, made by the European Commission.

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  • SPANISH LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE TRADING OF NON-PERFORMING LOANS

    Spain has recently been referred to as one of the "hottest" European countries in terms of debt sales, specifically of non-performing loans. This should not come as a surprise in a scenario in which independent audits as of June 2012 revealed a EUR 62 billion capital shortfall in Spanish banks and in which the Spanish rate of non-performing loans stayed above eight per cent of all loans.
    - PEREZ-LLORCA

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