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SABANA BUSINESS CENTER, 11TH FLOOR, CALLE 68, BOULEVARD ROHRMOSER. LA SABANA, PO BOX 5173-1000, SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
Tel:
Work +506 2105 3600
Fax:
Fax +506 2105 3610
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Web:
www.fayca.com
Facio & Cañas, José María Oreamuno, San Jose, COSTA RICA

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José María Oreamuno

Tel:
Work (506) 2105-3600
Email:
Web:
www.fayca.com
Facio & Cañas

Work Department

Tax Law

Business Law

Position

Partner

Career

Partner at Facio & Cañas

Professor of Tax Law at the University of Costa Rica

Languages

Spanish - English

Member

Member of the Costa Rican Bar Association since 1992

Incorporated and a Member of the Commission on Tax Affairs, for the Costa Rican Bar Association (Colegio de Abogados de Costa Rica).

Member of the Costa Rican chapter of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) and of the Costa Rican Institute of Fiscal Studies (Instituto Costarricense de Estudios Fiscales) (ICEF).

Education

Diploma in Advanced Doctorate Studies in Taxation Law from the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha), Spain.

Masters (candidate) in Tax Law and Corporate Law from the Latin American University of Science and Technology (Universidad Latinoamericana de Ciencia and Tecnologia; ULACIT).

Graduate in Law and Social Sciences from the Francisco Marroquin University of Guatemala (la Universidad Francisco Marroquín de Guatemala).

Graduate of Law from the University of Costa Rica (Universidad de Costa Rica).


Costa Rica

Tax

Within: Tax

The tax arm of Facio & Cañas, which also goes by the name of Fayca Tax, is led by Adrián Torrealba and José María Oreamuno. The team provides tax guidance for both national corporations involved in foreign investments and international clients doing business in Costa Rica. The department's services include support during government tax audits, tax planning and the tax aspects of corporate transactions.

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