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Baker McKenzie Chile

AVENIDA ANDRÉS BELLO 2457, PISO 19, PROVIDENCIA, SANTIAGO, CÓDIGO POSTAL 7510689, CHILE
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Baker McKenzie Chile, Alberto Maturana, Santiago, CHILE

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Alberto Maturana

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Work +56223677042
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Baker McKenzie LLP

Work Department

Tax

Position

Principal Partner

Career

Alberto P. Maturana practices in tax and corporate law in Baker & McKenzie's Santiago office. He has actively participated as a speaker in a wide variety of tax conferences, and has also published numerous articles for Tax Analyst, including most recently on Chile's comprehensive Tax Reform. He has served as a professor of International Taxation in various postgraduate programs.
Mr. Maturana advises corporations and individuals from a broad spectrum of industries. He is proficient in business structuring, foreign inbound/outbound investment, offshore intercompany transactions, as well as tax and estate planning. In addition, he counsels on mergers and acquisitions and matters involving contracts. Mr. Maturana is a permanent legal representative for various foreign companies doing business in Chile.

Languages

Spanish, English

Member

Chilean Bar (1996)

Education

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (M.B.A.) (1998)

University of Texas at Austin [1997] - MBA International exchange program, full semester.

Universidad de Chile (LL.B.) (1990)


Chile

Tax

Within: Tax

Baker McKenzie Chile’s ‘strong team’ is highly regarded for advising on the tax aspects of M&A deals, including cross-border transactions. The team also assists with tax disputes, transfer pricing, estate planning and general tax advisory matters. Team head Alberto Maturana is an international taxation consultancy expert who is ‘a great partner to clients’, of counsel Sergio Illanes is an experienced practitioner, and associate Sebastian Coloma is also well regarded.

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