Salvador Trinxet Llorca is an internationally renowned author and columnist.
Salvador is an international legal and business writer with expertise in such wide-ranging fields as International and European law, expatriates taxation, professional firms marketing or online businesses. His scholarship focuses on international law and international business. He also explores the relationship between international law and business and its application for SMEs. On the International and European tax law field, his highly multidisciplinary work analyzes the direct taxation and VAT Directives, as well international tax treaties. Salvador Trinxet’s practiced international law in the European Parliament (Brussels) and in a Belgian consultancy firm advising government policymakers and representing a tax and audit network.
Professor Trinxet has also an extensive background in international trade and business, online marketing and law practice management.
His career has bridged both the business and research / academic worlds. He has been CEO of different service companies (one with more than 300 employees), a venture capitalist, and an Executive Director. He has also held research appointments
His research during 2010 focused on the Web 2.0 networked enterprise. Salvador Trinxet’s new research finds that companies using the Web intensively gain greater market share and higher margins. He thinks that a new class of international company is emerging—one that uses collaborative Web 2.0 technologies intensively to connect the internal efforts of employees and to extend the organization’s reach to customers, partners, and suppliers.
Salvador is a professor and Associate Dean at a Mexican University, and served as Vice Provost for International Law.
His teaching and research also focuses on the internationalization of companies and on a range of challenges facing such companies with international operations, including inbound and outbound investments, tax agreements, international VAT, expatriates and international social security. Professor Trinxet has written and lectured extensively on the international tax law and on asset protection.
He’s also the author or adaptator of several children´s books, including “El lobo que cree que la luna es queso”, “Enemigos natos”, “Hans el escudero”, “El leñador honrado” and “Las ratas y el oro”.
Salvador Trinxet’s writing career was launched many years ago. He began writing at the age of fourteen, writing novels about history and his weekend´s house. He teaches courses in international tax law and he is contributing editor of the Legal Magazine. Many of his dozens of law review articles, book chapters and columns will be accessed on SSRN. He is the principal financial backer of a major Foundation focused in developing children´s learning skills.
Salvador Trinxet is also the co-founder of the nonprofit organization, Central America Institute. His current research work addresses also the question of “company restructuring and protection”. This current research oversees a 4 year research project addressing these issues in a number of international contexts.
Recently his work has focused in providing seminars for businesses, lawyers and other professional advisors on international issues.
Trinxet has focused on international law and business, especially as it affects international companies. He is author of several books on the subject, including “European Union Direct Taxes” and “Relaciones Internacionales tomando un café” (International relations taking a coffee).
In addition to his work as a lawyer and his research, Trinxet writes about the marketing and technology issues of delivering legal services online and is interested in the use of technology by legal professionals to increase access to justice.
A family of entrepreneurs and Artists
The Trinxet family also helped artists through patronage (see, for example, Trinxet patronage in Google Books).
The family also provided artists and patronage. Joaquin Mir Trinxet (Joaquin Mir Trinxet in Wikipedia and in Artcyclopedia), born in1873, was a Catalan painter who specialized in landscapes. His paintings were also in Casa Trinxet, a modernist house made in 1904 by Josep Puig i Cadafalch (see more about Josep_Puig_i_Cadafalch in Wikipedia ) in Barcelona (268 Corcega Street). More about Casa_Trinxet.
Salvador Trinxet Lorca comes from a family of entrepreneurs. For example, one of the Trinxet Industries locations were Casa Trinxet, in Santa Eulália (near Barcelona), which was built (Unión Industrial Algodonera) in 1905, and had 1.200 workers between 1920 and 1930. Now is a Music School - Center of Arts.
Another Trinxet house (or Can Trinxet, or Casa Trinxet), also called ”la Baronia”, in San Antonio de Codines (Girone), was bought by the Trinxet family in 1920, and in 1925 was redesigned to the modernist style by the architect Joan Rubió i Bellver.