Holland & Knight Adds International Tax Attorney Eugenio Grageda Núñez in Mexico City
MEXICO CITY (June 20, 2018) – Holland & Knight is continuing its strategic expansion in Mexico City with the addition of international tax attorney Eugenio Grageda Núñez, who joins as senior counsel. He was formerly an associate in White & Case's Mexico City office.
"The addition of Eugenio to our Mexico City team allows us to offer the full range of services our clients seek from us," said Luis Rubio Barnetche, executive partner of Holland & Knight's Mexico City office. "We have some of the highest quality practitioners in the market, across numerous practice areas, including corporate, M&A, financing, capital markets, litigation and arbitration, telecom, infrastructure, energy and natural resources. Eugenio's in-depth tax knowledge will complement many of these practices and will add value for our clients."
"Eugenio is an excellent tax practitioner who will be working closely with our entire transactional team," said Roberto Pupo, leader of Holland & Knight's Latin America Practice. "His experience working on very sophisticated cross-border deals and financing structures, among other matters, is an invaluable skill set that our clients will benefit from greatly."
Mr. Grageda focuses his practice on international tax and estate tax planning. He is experienced in dealing with the tax aspects of corporate reorganizations, investment vehicles and financing structures at a domestic and international level. His practice also concentrates in the succession and patrimonial planning of high-net-worth individuals, financial instruments and VAT matters. He has experience working in the tax practices of New York and Mexican law firms, as well as for the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.
Mr. Grageda received a law degree from the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico and LL.M. in tax from Georgetown University Law Center. He also has degrees in international taxation from Duke University, Leiden University, Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität Münster and Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. He is admitted to practice in Mexico and New York.
Holland & Knight's Mexico City office was established in 2013. It now includes 31 attorneys, including seven partners, primarily focused on corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, capital markets, REITs, telecommunications, energy, environmental, project finance, litigation, international arbitration and real estate.