Carolina del Campo has participated in many M&A transactions of Spanish companies investing abroad, advising on international tax matters, transfer pricing and the interpretation of double tax treaties, and negotiating mutual agreement procedures and advance pricing agreements.
She is a member of the Spanish High Body of National Tax Inspectors (on leave of absence), where she worked as coordinator and deputy director in the Sub-Directorate General for Non-Resident Taxation (1997-2013). She was head of the International Relations Coordination Unit, and team coordinator in the National Office for International Taxation.
She speaks regularly in master programs specializing in international taxation at universities and leading business schools. She has collaborated with many publications on international taxation and transfer pricing.
Bachelor of Economics and Business Studies (business branch, specializing in auditing)
Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (CUNEF), Madrid, 1994
Corporate Finance Program
London School of Economics, 1993
Legal 500, Best Lawyers and Leaders League in Tax
International Tax Review in the Women in Tax Leaders category, 2018