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TORRE ARCOS BOSQUES 1, PASEO DE LOS TAMARINDOS 400-B, 8TH AND 9TH FLOORS, COLONIA, BOSQUES DE LAS LOMAS, 05120, MÉXICO CITY, MEXICO
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Work +52 55 5267 4500
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Fax +52 55 5267 4599
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www.jaureguiydelvalle.com

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Ricardo David García Robles

Tel:
Work +5255 9126 1576
Email:
Jáuregui y Del Valle, S.C.

Work Department

Tax Transation, Tax Litigation, Real Estate & Infrastructure, Funds.

Position

Junior Associate.- Mr García specializes in tax consulting including inbound and outbound investments, planning and structuring private and public real estate investment funds on behalf of national and international fund sponsors, corporate reorganizations, and tax litigation. He also give Tax advice to high net-worth and ultra high-net-worth individuals, international banks and insurance companies on the design of products for purposes of estate and wealth planning, CRS & Fatca Advisor.

Career

Deloitte (2007 - 2011) - Senior Attorney Tax Advocate´s Office (Procuraduría de la Defensa del Contribuyente) (2011 - 2013) - Former Director Jáuregui y Del Valle, S.C. (2014 to the date) - junior associate

Languages

Spanish and English

Member

Member of the International Fiscal Association

Education

Universidad Anáhuac, Attorney at Law, 2010; Northwestern University, LL.M in Taxation, 2014.


Mexico

Tax

Within: Tax

Primarily oriented towards consultancy, which constitutes some 70% of its caseload, Jáuregui y Del Valle, S.C. has consolidated a presence in the funds sector with a steady flow of structuring mandates. The team also has a significant wealth planning practice, and while its advisory work has an emphasis on ease of tax recuperation, the practice also undertakes fiscal litigation if necessary. ‘A great lawyer and “fiscalista”’, practice head Luis Gerardo Del Valle Torres has ‘a forthright style’ and is ‘very capable’; recent work saw him advise Grupo Turin on a tax efficient structure for the $175m sale of its shares to Mars, and PGIM Real Estate vehicle PLA Industrial Fund I in a $30m tax litigation concerning a VAT tax assessment. In conjunction with Eduardo Medina Zapata he also advised PGIM on the restructuring of its for-lease multifamily platform, and on its $250m sale. The ‘active’ and ‘increasingly visible’ Medina acted as tax counsel to Walton Street México CKD Managers II and PLA Administradora IV on the structuring of its $375m and $290m issuances; and in a further PGIM mandate, advised on its acquisition of the shares of FRBC Arrendadora Monterrey, and the structuring and tax provisions of the SPA – a matter made more complex by the tax structure of the private equity fund seller. The team also advised on the tax structure, and the negotiation of the tax provisions of the asset purchase agreement, for Finsa CD II’s $87m acquisition of a large portfolio of industrial properties; Corporate Properties of the Americas (CPA) on the restructuring of its Calzada Capital fund, involving a complex cross border corporate reorganization; and Clarion Partners’ Lion Mexico Fund on the restructuring of part of its debt platform. Significant FIBRA sub-sector work included advising FIBRA Terrafina on the tax structures for the acquisitions of the $480m ‘Scorpion’ industrial portfolio (a deal under negotiation for more than a year), and a smaller $80m industrial portfolio. Other matters include challenging a determined tax credit, revocation appeals, and advice to a state entity. The team can also call on senior counsel Luis Carballo Balvanera who focuses on transactional tax matters and tax litigation; and, after the departure of the associate-in-charge, the firm hired accountant Adrián Vallejo from PricewaterhouseCoopers, SC to reinforce its transfer pricing practice. Associate Ricardo David García Robles is also noted. Clients include American Industries, Southern Cross and CKD Planigrupo.

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