Mrs Ana Moutinho Nascimento > Sérvulo & Associados > Lisbon, Portugal > Lawyer Profile

Sérvulo & Associados
RUA GARRETT N° 64
1200-204 LISBOA
Portugal

Work Department

Tax Law and Tax Litigation

Position

Partner in the Tax and Tax Litigation departments.

Career

At SÉRVULO since 2014, Ana Moutinho Nascimento is a partner in the firm’s Tax Law and Tax Litigation department. She was a lawyer at the firms «PLMJ – Sociedade de Advogados» and «RFF & Associados», from 2002 to 2014, and she completed her traineeship in the office of Luciano Marcos, from 2000 to 2002. She has been an Arbitrator at the Centre for Administrative Arbitration, since 2012. She regularly takes part in congresses and conferences as a speaker, and she has published several articles on her area of specialisation in the journal Revista de Finanças Públicas e Direito Fiscal.

Languages

Portuguese, English

Memberships

Joined the Bar Association in 2002.

Education

She graduated in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, and she frequented graduate courses in tax management, accounting and administrative and fiscal justice.

Lawyer Rankings

Portugal > Tax

The team at Sérvulo & Associados ‘demonstrates enormous capacity in managing tax law matters, whether in terms of tax planning or in the follow-up of processes in tax litigation‘. The practice is coordinated by tax expert Diogo Feio – who often acts in tax arbitration – and has continued to grow its reputation, acting for domestic and foreign companies, public entities, financial institutions and private clients in an array of mandates. The tax advisory/intelligence team is overseen by Teresa Pala Schwalbach, whose expertise encompasses international and EU tax, M&A transactions, corporate restructuring and indirect taxation; she also heads up the Scandinavian desk. Ana Moutinho Nascimento coordinates the tax litigation group, which is primarily active in administrative and judicial claims, as well as tax inspections. Patricia Guerra Carvalhal has extensive experience representing clients before the tax and customs authority.