Profound knowledge of the culture and local practices
Our Spain/LatAm Desk team has broad experience in assisting clients from Spain and Latin-America, in the Spanish language and with a profound knowledge of the culture and local practices.
Through our Dutch and Luxembourg offices we offer our clients a gateway to investing in Europe and assist them with their business operations, supply chains and investments in the Netherlands, Luxembourg and/or Europe. We have a sound track record in advising clients and supporting them in contentious matters, such as enquiry proceedings before the Dutch Enterprise Chamber, civil litigation in summary proceedings and proceedings on the merits and national and international arbitration.
Our service is integral and oriented towards solutions and the realization of business goals from a legal perspective. We assist our clients during the entire investment cycle; from the planning of the corporate structure, its implementation, during the life cycle of the investment and also during the sale, exit or liquidation thereof.
BUREN frequently advises Spanish and Latin-American clients on the structuring of their businesses, supply chains and investments through the Netherlands and/or Luxembourg.
We also assist international clients who invest in Spain or Latin-America.
We frequently act for Latin-American families in the structuring of their private wealth, particularly with a focus on asset protection.
Our wide network of contacts in Spain and Latin-America enables us to serve our clients in an efficient and integral manner.
Expertise of the Spain/LatAm Desk
Our client base mainly consists of:
Buren advises Lithium Americas Corp. (LAC) and Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium Co., Ltd. (“Ganfeng
Buren advises Structured trade finance unit Latitude20 Capital Partners (Lat20) in the $250m
Our Spain/LatAm Practice team has broad experience in assisting clients from Spain and Latin-America, in the Spanish language and with a profound knowledge of the culture and local practices.
On 25 January 2021, the Netherlands and Chile signed a tax treaty aimed to eliminate double taxation and prevent tax evasion (Tax Treaty). The articles of the Tax Treaty
On 28 April 2020 David Córdova Flores, partner and lawyer at BUREN, will give a presentation on recent tax developments