Jaime studied his Bachelor Degree in Sevilla, finishing it in 2014. At the same time he worked in Mora & Jordano Lawyers, where he developed his skills in private law. In 2015 he finished a Master’s in tax law and taxation at Loyola University having the honor of giving the graduation speech for the II Loyola Leadership School Masters Class.
Straight away he started working as a tax and legal trainee in Basa & Mora Figueroa Asociados where he specialized in the Tax law, advising on financial services and international or Spanish taxation issues related to domestic and international transactions, particularly for corporate clients and financial institutions.
Jaime is currently working in Triay Spain's Tax Law Team where he is specialized in: Advice and tax planning for natural and legal persons, especially in direct taxation (personal income tax, Non-Resident Taxation and Corporation Tax), Writings of various kinds in the field of tax management and recurring tax advice to companies and individuals, Reports on tax implications of various kinds (indirect taxation, tax procedure, taxation of non-residents, alternatives for tax optimization among others), Assistance in tax collection procedures (negotiation of term extensions and tax division), apeals before the Tax Administration and the Autonomous and Central Economic Administrative Court, Recurring tax advice (especially on the tax impact in Spain for Economic Activities developed by Non-Resident Companies and Individuals established and not established in the EU).
He speaks English and Spanish fluently and is also a part of 'Andaluces, Regeneraos';, a project focused on the writing of articles for the political, economic and cultural regeneration of Andalusia.