is a senior associate whose main areas of expertise are national and international tax advice for family businesses and large estates, ongoing advice on corporate restructuring transactions, M&A and tax planning for inbound and outbound investments. He is also engaged in institutional advice, particularly in the field of corporate income tax. Mr Molina is a member of the Madrid Bar Association and has a Master’s degree in company law from the Centro de Estudios Garrigues as well as an executive Master’s degree in company law from the same institution, in collaboration with Harvard University. He regularly lectures on Master’s courses and at training forums regarding taxation.
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