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Andersen Tax & Legal Iberia modifies its corporate governance and creates a Board of Directors

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The Board of Directors is made up of seven directors, with Jaime Olleros as Chairman and CEO, and is responsible for developing the firm's strategic plan

Andersen Tax & Legal Iberia S.L.P., a legal entity that includes the offices in Madrid, Valencia and Seville, has changed its corporate governance regime from being governed by a Single Administrator to a Board of Directors made up of seven members.

Specifically, the new governing body is made up of Jaime Olleros, as Chairman and CEO, Ignacio Aparicio, who also assumes the role of secretary, Alfredo Aspra, José Vicente Morote, Benjamín Prieto, Íñigo Rodríguez- Sastre and Joaquín Ureña.

The decision is part of the firm's strategy to move towards a more participatory management scheme and, to this end, it established an equitable and transparent election process so that all the partners of the firm could exercise their right to vote independently and confidentially.

The vote was held among all eligible partners, without establishing any territorial, gender or practice area quotas, with the aim that this process would give rise to a new governing body that was not constrained and was as representative as possible, since it has the responsibility of guiding the firm in the coming years.

The Board of Directors assumes its functions with effect from 1st January 2020 for a period of four years to develop the firm's strategic plan. The new management body will be supported in the execution of the plan in all executive and functional areas of the firm, with Jaime Olleros continuing to lead as Managing Partner of Andersen Tax & Legal in Spain.

With this change, Andersen Tax & Legal Iberia takes another step forward to continue improving, growing and advancing in a solid and cohesive manner, providing greater participation and strategic vision in the management and leadership of this project for the future.

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