Fernando de Torres is a Partner in the Tax Law Department at Garrigues’ Valencia office, where he has pursued his professional career since 2000. Prior to that, he headed his own professional services firm as a Partner at V. Gimeno Sendra, S.L. a practice specializing in financial litigation.
He specializes in tax proceedings and the taxation of corporate restructuring and acquisition transactions, having taken part since 1987 in the design and defense of major national transactions before the Spanish tax authorities.
Moreover, he provides regular tax and corporate law advisory services to major business groups in the Valencia autonomous community.
For 37 years, Fernando de Torres has lectured on the analysis of financial statements at Universidad de Valencia, standing down in 2013 in order to dedicate himself exclusively to the legal profession.
Fernando is a regular contributor to various tax and business publications and forums in the Valencia Autonomous Community, where he is renowned for his concision and creativity (his most recent presentations include “Case Law on Anomalous Dealings in International Transactions”) and has penned various books on tax procedure.
Degree in Economic and Business Studies from Universidad de Valencia (1976).
Coauthor of the book titled "Tax Penalty Regime", published by Tirant lo Blanc (October 2005).
Coauthor of the book entitled "Reviewing and Challenging Tax Proceedings", published by Bosch (September 2006).
Coauthor of the article entitled "Asset-holding Companies" published in Revista de la Universidad de Deusto (2004).
Author of the manual and practical exercises on industry-specific adaptation to the Spanish National Chart of Accounts for the course on Special Accounting Universidad de Valencia (latest version 2008).