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16-10-2018

Buren bolsters its Luxembourg practice

As of 1 October, Buren, lawyers, notaries and tax advisers ("Buren") will strengthen its Luxembourg practice with the arrival of David Cordova as tax partner and Marc Albasser as counsel.

David Cordova has extensive experience in designing and implementing holding and financing structures for multinationals (alternative) investment funds, private equity parties, for Spanish and Latin American clients in particular.

Prior to joining Buren, David Cordova was associated with, the Luxembourg offices of AKD, Loyens & Loeff and ATOZ and before that at PricewatehouseCoopers in Mexico.

Marc Albasser, Liste I lawyer in Luxembourg, specializes in advising clients on Luxembourg corporate law with a focus on cross-border restructurings, mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining Buren, he was associated with the Luxembourg offices of NautaDutilh, EY and MNKS law firm.

Cees-Frans Greeven, managing partner Buren Luxembourg: “Luxembourg is and will remain one of the major financial centers of Europe. Since 2014 we assist our international clients in Luxembourg and we see further growth in the demand for comprehensive legal and tax services in Europe.

David Cordova brings to the firm considerable expertise and has an impressive track record in the areas of transactions and tax solutions such as the implementation of holding and financing structures. With his specific experience, he can advise our clients on tax issues and help clients find their way internationally in the increasingly complex business and financial environment.

I am also very pleased with the arrival of Marc Albasser. Marc has a broad experience in international restructuring, private equity, mergers and acquisitions. He will be able to advise our clients broadly”.

With the arrival of David Cordova and Marc Albasser, Buren is taking an important step in the further development of its practice in Luxembourg and is strengthening the service to its clients in respect of both the tax and legal aspects of their operations.

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