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Thursday, April 18, 2024

PwC T&L adds of counsel, appoints head of Regulatory

PwC Tax & Legal has strengthened its Regulatory practice with the incorporation of Marina Serrano and has appointed José Amérigo as the new partner in charge of this area

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PwC Tax & Legal has added Marina Serrano to its Regulatory practice to strengthen its Energy practice. Marina, who joins the firm as of counsel, has an extensive professional career in the electricity sector. She is currently president of Aelec (Asociación de Empresas de Energía Eléctrica) and vice-president of CEOE. Her arrival takes place along the appointment of José Amérigo as a partner in charge of the firm’s Regulatory department. 

The hiring of Marina Serrano is a consequence of the growth of the regulated sectors practice, to which PwC Tax & Legal is strongly committed. Within these sectors, energy occupies a privileged position, where Marina’s experience is combined with a team of around 50 professionals and which also includes other areas such as Banking and Financial Law, Competition Law, and Environmental Law, among others, with a view to offering companies and public sector entities specialised legal advice.

Marina Serrano is a Law and Philosophy and Arts graduate from the Universidad de Zaragoza. She is also a State Attorney, currently on voluntary leave of absence, and is a member of the Madrid Bar Association. 

Marina’s career is particularly linked to the constantly evolving energy sector. She has held, among other positions, those of secretary of the Board of Directors of Red Eléctrica de España (REE) and director of its Legal Department; secretary of the Board and advisor to the National Energy Commission (CNE) and first vice-president of ARIAE (Association of Ibero-American Energy Regulators). She has also been a member of the Board of Directors of Abertis Infraestructuras, as an independent director.

On the other hand, Amérigo, who joined the firm in January 2020 as a partner, is part of PwC’s European Funds practice, leads the public sector practice, and has extensive experience in the regulatory area, both in the public and private sectors. He has been technical secretary-general of the Ministry of Justice and has been a State Attorney of the Council of State since 2002, now on leave of absence.

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