He received a law degree from the Law School of the Argentine Catholic University in 2002.
In 2010 he finished his studies under the Master in Tax Law of the Argentine Catholic University (pending thesis).
He joined Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi in March 2013 as member of the firm’s Tax, Customs & Foreign Trade Department. He specializes in tax advice matters, with special focus on domestic and international tax planning, investment structures, business reorganizations and promotional regimes, among other matters.
Between March 1999 and February 2013 he was a member of Asorey & Navarrine, mainly conducting tax advice and managing tax litigation matters.
He is co-author of the International Tax Law Treaty, published by La Ley in 2013. Furthermore, he contributed in various tax articles and publications, such as in the actualization of the 10th edition of Finance Law by Carlos M. Giuliani Fonrouge and in the actualization of the Argentine chapter of Tax Treatment of Transfer Pricing, a publication of the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD), among others.
He has attended various courses on tax matters and congresses of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and the Instituto Latinoamericano de Derecho Tributario (ILADT).
He is a member of the Argentine Association of Fiscal Studies, the Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires and the Bar Association of the Province of Buenos Aires.
Areas of Practice
Law School of the Argentine Catholic University
Master Degree in Tax Law from the Law School of the Argentine Catholic University