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Andersen launches a European Diversity Committee to be led by Spanish partner Victoria Caldevilla

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It will integrate the Firm's proposals and conclusions into management's strategy for business generation and the development of a corporate culture at European level. She will promote initiatives to promote the integration and talent of its professionals. Caldevilla, who heads the 80% female-led labour department, will be responsible for the Firm's labour and equality policy.

Andersen has launched the European Diversity Committee in the legal practice, which will be headed by Victoria Caldevilla, partner and head of the firm's labour area in Spain, who has also been appointed deputy to the Board of Directors of the national firm for the implementation and monitoring of the labour and equality policy.

At the European level, Andersen's new committee aims to integrate its proposals and conclusions into the firm's management strategy, as an essential pillar for the business development and the promotion of the corporate culture. To this end, the team, which will be made up of men and women from different countries and different ranks and departments, will analyse the diversity and inclusion policies of all Andersen firms in Europe with the aim of homogenising and continuing to promote new initiatives that boost integration and talent in the firm, which is present in 30 European countries.

To lead the new body, the legal coordination in Europe has chosen Victoria Caldevilla, partner of the labour area in Spain, who is recognised by international directories such as Chambers & Partners for her experience in the sector, has extensive experience in the implementation of equality and diversity policies and leads a department made up of 80% women, including the directors in the area, Marta Navarro, Clara Marín and Raquel de la Viña.

In line with this new European structure, Andersen in Spain has appointed Caldevilla as deputy to the Board of Directors to promote and integrate the new diversity policies in the execution of the Strategic Plan from a global perspective driven by the management.

José Vicente Morote and Íñigo Rodríguez-Sastre, managing partners of Andersen in Spain, emphasised this appointment with which "the Spanish firm in general and Caldevilla in particular are a fundamental pillar for the international organisation, where they promote new projects from the experience of our country at the highest level of management".

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