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Hogan Lovells Offices
PASEO DE LOS TAMARINDOS 150-PB
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MEXICO, DISTRITO FEDERAL 05120
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Corporate & Finance
Francisco Palmero focuses his practice in tax consultation, M&A and tax audit procedures related to federal and local taxes, including the application of the benefits of double tax treaties. Francisco has significant experience in tax and constitutional litigation.
Francisco started his professional career practicing administrative law in a boutique firm. He later practiced litigation at a large tax firm in Mexico City. After a stint at another tax firm, he joined Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa (now Hogan Lovells BSTL).
Francisco is a member of International Fiscal Association and commonly participates as speaker in different organizations regarding international taxation.
Spanish and English
International Fiscal Association
Law degree, Universidad Iberoamericana, 2010
Master in Enterprise Law, Universidad Panamericana, 2019
Hogan Lovells boasts a 12-strong Mexican tax department, best-known for its capabilities assisting clients with cross-border transactions, as well representing them before the tax authority regarding tax audit procedures and tax reimbursements. Mexico City-based partners Arturo Tiburcio, and Jaime Espinosa (who also operates from the Monterrey office), constitute an impressive combination with significant expertise in income tax and double tax conventions (transactional and cross border operations), VAT in the exportation of services, and indirect taxes, as well as disputes, social security and wealth management. Francisco Palmero, who was promoted to counsel in January 2021, provides key support in a team that has proved a popular choice among clients from the transportation, food and service sectors.