Mercedes Castello, lawyer from the Commercial Law department of BROSETA, analyses for the Newsletter of the Foundation of Stock Market and Financial Studies (FEBF) letters of sponsorship, known as comfort letters, an instrument used in the financial field for facilitating the obtaining of funding from companies belonging to a group of companies. “Comfort Letters: New […]
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Patricia Gualde and Patricia Borras, Partner and Lawyer of the Litigation Law department of BROSETA, analyze multicurrency mortgages, due to the increase in legal proceedings by holders of these types of loans from mid-2015 onwards.
The Partner and Head of the Competition & EU Law Department of BROSETA analyses for Wolters Kluwer International the Spanish Competition law.
Antonio Navarro, Partner of BROSETA, analyses the gradual increase, following various judgments of the Supreme Court, in the level of due diligence for financial entities in their ordinary activity.
The impact of the IIC on the Draft Circular of the CNMV on warnings relating to Financial Instruments
Antonio Cáneva, associate lawyer of the Commercial Law Department of BROSETA, analyses for the specialised publication ‘Funds People’ the Draft Circular on warnings related to Financial Instruments from the National Commission on Market Values (CNMV) which is undergoing a public consultation. “The impact of the IIC on the Draft Circular of the CNMV on warnings […]
Daniel Echegoyen publishes the article “The Municipal Added Value from the point of view of the Constitutional Court”
Daniel Echegoyen, lawyer in the Tax Law Department of BROSETA, analyses for the newsletter of the Foundation for Stock Market and Financial Studies (FEBF) the tax on the increase in value of Natural Urban Land, also known as the “Municipal Added Value”. “The Municipal Added Value from the point of view of the Constitutional Court“, […]