Quantera Global and ILV Silver announce strategic alliance

Quantera Global, one of the world’s leading independent transfer pricing firms, is excited to announce the signing of a key strategic alliance with ILV Silver, a leading independent professional services firm offering transfer pricing services in Spain. This alliance will leverage the companies’ respective strengths in transfer pricing and business advisory to empower MNEs with […]

November 4th, 2015|General, Latest|

Reducing tax risk in a transaction. What is tax due diligence? (Article in Spanish – pdf)

Download the article (Pdf) “Reducing tax risk in a transaction”

March 7th, 2015|Financial|

ILV SILVER Celebrates 10th Birthday

We're celebrating ten years of committed client service and success as a multidisciplinary firm representing business and venture capitalists.

February 5th, 2015|General, Latest|

Conference On Mediation Chaired By José Martos Vallecillos

On 25th November 2014, a conference was held by the Cultural Association of Les Corts in Barcelona on ´The Process of Mediation between Parties: Advantages over Litigation´. The conference was chaired by José Martos Vallecillos, Vice President of the Association of Mediation Quality and Partner of ILV SILVER.

February 4th, 2015|Latest, Legal|

‘Regardless of what it does, every business, like every fruit tree, is unique.’ An interactive analogy.

Whether intended as a stand-alone entity or as a launch pad for group expansion into the Spanish market, there are many advantages of buying a business over setting one up

January 19th, 2015|Transaction Services|

The Importance of Being Earnest

It is more likely than not that a sale and purchase transaction of a small or medium-sized business involves at least one party who is negotiating such a transaction for the first time. In Spain, the business for sale is often family-owned. The buyer may also be a foreign company seeking new markets, possibly taking advantage of a relative lack of sector consolidation. Many inexperienced buyers, however, continue to sign up to deals without a good knowledge of what they are taking on and from a weak negotiating position.

January 19th, 2015|Transaction Services|

Due Diligence Explained

What is due diligence? Due diligence is the responsibility you have, as an ordinarily prudent and reasonable investor, to investigate and identify issues - in the context of a business acquisition, this responsibility is to yourself, to your business partners, to your company’s shareholders or to anyone that may be affected by the decision to a acquire a business...

October 21st, 2014|Transaction Services|