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Saborio & Deloitte de Costa Rica Sociedad Anonima


Costa Rica

Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 4

Saborio & Deloitte de Costa Rica Sociedad Anonima

Saborio & Deloitte de Costa Rica Sociedad Anonima's combined tax and dispute resolution department is jointly led by Francisco Villalobos, Fabio Salas and Allan Saborío and specialises in assisting clients from the banking and finance sector in tax disputes.

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Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 4

Saborio & Deloitte de Costa Rica Sociedad Anonima

Saborio & Deloitte de Costa Rica Sociedad Anonima has a multi-disciplinary team consisting of accountants, economists and auditors as well as tax lawyers. Jointly headed by Francisco Villalobos, Fabio Salas and director Allan Saborío, the team recently welcomed former magistrates Anabelle León and Ernesto Jinesta. The practice's focus lies on assisting clients from the banking and finance sector with matters such as retrospective tax adjustments.

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