Mr Enrique Ortega > Gómez-Acebo & Pombo > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo
28046 MADRID

Work Department


Partner.Head of Tax and head of Accountancy Law


Enrique joined Gómez-Acebo & Pombo in 2009 and became a partner in 2009.

Professional career: Belongs to the Superior Corps of State Tax Inspectors since 1986, currently on leave of absence; in the area of taxation, has held a range of positions in the Regional Offices of the Spanish Tax Agency in Vigo and Valencia, the National Inspection Office and the Tax Collection Department; has focused his career in the accounting area, starting at the Accounting an Auditing Institute (ICAC in its Spanish acronym) where he held the position of Deputy Director General for Standardization and Accounting Techniques; entered the Technical Department of Deloitte, where he advised on the changes required for compliance with the IASB regulations adopted in Europe.

Teaching: Lecturer at the Public Revenue School of the Carlos III University in Madrid; Speaker on courses, master programmes and lectures organized by different institutions on tax and accounting matters.


Spanish and English.


Member of the ICAC’s Consultative Committee on Accounting and was part of the Expert Group appointed by the ICAC to undertake the reform of the Spanish General Accounting Standards; Chairman of the AECA (Spanish Association of Accounting and Business Administration) Commission of Accounting Standards and Principles; in the international arena, he belongs to the IASB’s Private Entities Working Group Members.


Degree in Economics and Business Studies from the Autonomous University of Madrid.

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Tax

(Leading individuals)

Enrique OrtegaGómez-Acebo & Pombo

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo offers a full-service capability across transactional, advisory and litigation matters related to tax, and counts large domestic and multinational companies across various sectors among its clients. Team head Enrique Ortega, a former chief tax inspector for the Spanish tax authorities and an expert in Spanish corporate tax, has recently been advising a syndicate of lenders on the tax aspects of the €1.4bn restructuring and refinancing of the senior old money debt held by the Abengoa group. Eduardo Martínez-Matosas is recognised for his expertise in the tax structuring of cross-border M&A and reorganisations, including private equity, venture capital and financing matters.