Alfonso J. Dulcey


Alfonso Dulcey
Alfonso Dulcey is a partner in Weil's Tax Department and is based in Miami. Alfonso advises clients on federal income taxation of domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, other disposition strategies, restructurings, acquisition financing and the use of pass-through entities in acquisitive and divisive transactions, with an emphasis on corporate and international tax planning.

Alfonso has been part of the teams advising:

  • Allego Holding B.V. (n/k/a Allego N.V.) (a portfolio company of Meridiam Infrastructure Partners) in its $3.14 billion business combination with Spartan Acquisition Corp. III, a SPAC sponsored by Spartan Acquisition Sponsor III LLC (an affiliate of Apollo Global Management)
  • Berkshire Partners in its acquisition of VetStrategy
  • Brookfield Business Partners in its $8 billion sale of Westinghouse Electric Company
  • Campbell Soup Company in its $2.2 billion sale of Campbell International, Inc. and its $300 million sale of Kelsen Group A.S
  • Churchill Capital Corp III, a SPAC sponsored by Churchill Capital Group, in its $5.7 billion merger with MultiPlan, Inc. that has an enterprise value based on the transaction of approximately $11 billion
  • Churchill Capital Corp IV, a SPAC sponsored by Churchill Capital Group, in its $11.75 billion merger with Lucid Motors
  • Foley Trasimene Acquisition Corp. II, a SPAC sponsored by an affiliate of Trasimene Capital Management, LLC and led by William P. Foley II, in a $9 billion business combination with Paysafe Limited
  • Froneri International Limited (a joint venture between Nestlé and PAI Partners) in its $4 billion acquisition of Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream Holdings, Inc.
  • Goldman Sachs in its acquisition of NextCapital Group, Inc.
  • GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II, a SPAC sponsored by an affiliate of Goldman Sachs, in its $2.6 billion business combination with Mirion Technologies, Inc. (at the time, a portfolio company of Charterhouse Capital Partners)
  • Hologic, Inc. in its $159 million acquisition of Diagenode, Inc.
  • ILEGAL Mezcal in its sale to Bacardi Limited
  • Pigments Spain, S.L. (a company of the Esmalglass-Itaca-Fritta group, a portfolio company of Lone Star Funds) in its up to $492 million acquisition of the Tile Coatings Business of Ferro Corporation
  • SiriusXM in its acquisitions of Simplecast and Stitcher
  • THI Investments in its acquisition of the university partnerships, English language schools and digital divisions of Oxford International Education Group (a portfolio company of Bowmark Capital)
  • Wejo Limited in its $1.1 billion business combination with Virtuoso Acquisition Corp., a SPAC sponsored by Virtuoso Sponsor LLC
  • Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC (a portfolio company of Brookfield Business Partners) in its acquisition of the North American Civil Nuclear Systems and Services Business from Rolls-Royce Holdings plc
  • Willis Towers Watson PLC in its proposed $80 billion combination with Aon PLC

Prior to joining Weil, Alfonso was a senior manager at KPMG’s Washington National Tax International M&A Group.

Alfonso was appointed as a member to the ABA Section’s Diversity in the Professions Committee (DIPC). Alfonso is also the President of the U.S. Branch of the International Fiscal Association’s (IFA) Young IFA Network (YIN) and a member of IFA’s Global YIN Committee. Alfonso also serves on the board of the International Tax Institute and the Líderes Board of LatinoJustice PRLDEF.

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