According to the latest data from the Association of Property Registrars, from the beginning of October until December 22, 3,606 companies moved their headquarters out of Catalonia
The multinational electricity company Endesa, controlled by the Italian company Enel, moved the headquarters of its electricity distribution company from Barcelona to Madrid. This is stated in the Official Gazette of the Mercantile Registry and confirmed sources of the company in Catalonia, who did not want to comment on the reasons that motivated the change of headquarters.
Endesa decided to move the headquarters of its distribution company to Barcelona in October 2003, and on December 20, one day before the Catalan elections were held, it decided to change the registered office of Endesa Distribución Eléctrica SL, which now will be domiciled at Ribera del Loira Street, 60, in Madrid.
According to the latest data from the Association of Property Registrars, from the beginning of October until December 22, a total of 3,160 companies have moved their headquarters out of Catalonia.
As stated in the Official Gazette of the Mercantile Registry, the company Manpower Team Empresa de Trabajo Temporal SA, of the Manpower group, as well as the company Vacaciones eDreams SL, also moved its headquarters to Madrid.
Manpower sources explained that in May the group decided to create a new corporate headquarters in Madrid and grouped https://www.elconfidencial.com/tags/temas/noticias-de-cataluna-17403/all the company’s different brands, and that in this process also moved the headquarters of the temporary employment company.
In the case of eDreams, it already announced on October 10 that it had decided to move the registered office of its Spanish subsidiaries to Madrid. The list of companies included in the Official Gazette of the Mercantile Registry also includes the storage company City Self Storage and the Das insurance company, which also took their registered office to Madrid.