Commercial Contracts, Financial Service - Investment Management, Tax Law
› LLM - London School of Economics and Political Science. London, United Kingdom (2019).
› Specialist in Taxation and Procedure - Instituto Superior de Formación Tributaria y Empresarial. Asunción, Paraguay (2017).
› Master in Public Law and Public Policy Management – Universidad Columbia del Paraguay. Asunción, Paraguay (2016, filing and thesis presentation pending).
› Notary Public - Universidad Católica “Nuestra Señora de la Asunción”. Asunción, Paraguay (2016).
› Attorney at law - Universidad Católica “Nuestra Señora de la Asunción”. Asunción, Paraguay (2014).
Co-head of the Tax Department. International tax law advice to both corporations based in Paraguay and doing business abroad. Drafting motions to obtain tax incentives (maquila, free trade zone, etc.). Advising on tax aspects of PPP and project finance for infrastructure projects. Presentations of tax refunds processes. Drafting and presentation of tax rulings. Advising trade unions on several tax related bills. Drafting and presentation of action of unconstitutionality of tax laws. Advising on tax aspects of international M&A. Due diligence of regional M&A deals.
Member of the Corporate Law Department. Permanent advice on various corporate, commercial, contractual, and civil aspects to companies, individuals, guilds, and nonprofit entities, including reorganizations, M&A and corporate governance.
As part of the post-pandemic economic reactivation, the national government enacted Law No. 6534/20 which, on the one hand, ensures the full protection of personal and credit information and, on the other hand, expands and modernizes the regulatory framework in a timely manner for its treatment and use in the
Frigorífico Concepción from Paraguay issued bonds in NY under Rule 144A / Regulation S for a value of USD 40 million. The Bolivian subsidiary of said issuer established guarantees on the debt, in addition to a number of properties in Paraguay and receivables from activities in Bolivia and Paraguay that
On Saturday, November 7th, the Tax Administration published General Resolution No. 70/2020 in order to set regulations for certain aspects of Taxes on Dividends and Profits (IDU), specifically the obligation to file Informative Statements (DJI). The Tax Administration “construes” Law No. 6380/2019 and defines the scope according to their criteria,