Rocío Madero is a senior associate of the Tax department of Garrigues in Madrid and her work focuses on the areas of transfer pricing and international taxation.
She has broad experience in diagnosis, analysis, implementation and documentation of transfer pricing for multinational groups, as well as providing advisory services in tax inspections of related-party transactions, advance pricing agreements (APAs) with the Spanish tax authorities and mutual agreement procedures to resolve situations of double taxation.
In recent years, Rocío has advised major multinational groups operating in the so-called “digital economy”, both on determining how to operate in Spain and on managing inspection proceedings and negotiating APAs with the State Tax Agency.
She is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Rocío has a degree in Law and Business Administration from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
She also has an Executive Master’s Degree in International Taxation from Centro de Estudios Garrigues.
She participated as co-author in the drafting of the chapter "International Taxation and Transfer Pricing in a BEPS Environment" (*) of the book "Taxation of business profits: recent developments, future prospects" (*), edited by Fundación Impuestos y Competitividad and published in July 2019. She has also participated as co-author of the chapter "Allocation of profits to permanent establishments" (*) in the book "Taxation of Transfer Prices (related-party transactions)" (*), edited by Centro de Estudios Financieros (CEF) and published in May 2019.
In addition, Rocío has published numerous academic and informative articles in a variety of specialized media, both national and international, including Expansión and International Tax Review.
* Originally published in Spanish. See Spanish CV for further details