D. Israel Rodríguez Rodríguez

With over 14 years of experience in Tax Law in Garrigues, one of the largest law firms in Spain with international projection. He gives consultations to both multinational and local companies operating in or from the Canary Islands, working either in Spanish or English.

In addition to a comprehensive integrated advice for all fiscal aspects affecting businesses, his experience has allowed him to develop a high degree of expertise in the following areas:

  • Economic incentives and Fiscal Regime on the Canary Islands:
    • Special Canary Islands Zone
    • Canary Islands Investment Reserve
    • Deductions for Investments
  • IGIC (value added tax on the Canary Islands)
  • Transfer Pricing: documentation and analysis of transactions
  • International Taxation
  • Tax audits
  • Tax planning for special transactions: assets, businesses, companies, stocks, etc.
  • Fiscal Review Procedures “Due Diligence”
  • Revenue Procedures: allegations, complaints and appeals
  • Special taxes: Tobacco and Petroleum Products

Besides the above mentioned areas, he has experience in advising a lot of Business Groups for long periods (some of them for more than ten years), which has helped him to obtain a perspective of tax planning in medium and long terms, with particular emphasis on the following areas:

  • Investment planning of multinational groups from outside the Canaries
  • Repatriation of profit from the Canaries to the outside
  • Optimization in the combined application of the tax incentives offered by the Special Taxation regime to investors and business groups
  • Transfer pricing between affiliated companies
  • Strategies to follow regarding procedures under review and tax inspections, economic administrative claims and appeals before the courts

He also has extensive experience and particular knowledge of relevant tax issues that may affect the following sectors:

  • Hotel groups implanted in the Canary Islands; hotel sector, extra – hotel sector, “timesharing”
  • Service companies or cost centers that belong to multinational groups with interests in Africa, primary sector
  • Renewable energies
  • Tobacco Industry
  • Wholesale and retail of derivatives of petroleum
  • Automotive
  • “Online” gaming

D. Israel Rodríguez Rodríguez

With over 14 years of experience in Tax Law in Garrigues, one of the largest law firms in Spain with international projection. He gives consultations to both multinational and local companies operating in or from the Canary Islands, working either in Spanish or English.

In addition to a comprehensive integrated advice for all fiscal aspects affecting businesses, his experience has allowed him to develop a high degree of expertise in the following areas:

  • Economic incentives and Fiscal Regime on the Canary Islands:
    • Special Canary Islands Zone
    • Canary Islands Investment Reserve
    • Deductions for Investments
  • IGIC (value added tax on the Canary Islands)
  • Transfer Pricing: documentation and analysis of transactions
  • International Taxation
  • Tax audits
  • Tax planning for special transactions: assets, businesses, companies, stocks, etc.
  • Fiscal Review Procedures “Due Diligence”
  • Revenue Procedures: allegations, complaints and appeals
  • Special taxes: Tobacco and Petroleum Products

Besides the above mentioned areas, he has experience in advising a lot of Business Groups for long periods (some of them for more than ten years), which has helped him to obtain a perspective of tax planning in medium and long terms, with particular emphasis on the following areas:

  • Investment planning of multinational groups from outside the Canaries
  • Repatriation of profit from the Canaries to the outside
  • Optimization in the combined application of the tax incentives offered by the Special Taxation regime to investors and business groups
  • Transfer pricing between affiliated companies
  • Strategies to follow regarding procedures under review and tax inspections, economic administrative claims and appeals before the courts

He also has extensive experience and particular knowledge of relevant tax issues that may affect the following sectors:

  • Hotel groups implanted in the Canary Islands; hotel sector, extra – hotel sector, “timesharing”
  • Service companies or cost centers that belong to multinational groups with interests in Africa, primary sector
  • Renewable energies
  • Tobacco Industry
  • Wholesale and retail of derivatives of petroleum
  • Automotive
  • “Online” gaming