Arturo Tiburcio > Hogan Lovells > Mexico City, Mexico > Lawyer Profile
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Arturo Tiburcio obtained his law degree and a specialized tax law degree from Universidad Panamericana. Arturo has in-depth experience in tax consultation, audit tax procedures related to income tax, value-added tax, and international tax issues focusing in double tax treaties and transfer pricing. He has 30 years of experience in the private and public sectors, in which he has actively collaborated with large firms and the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.
His professional career started in a boutique tax law firm. Subsequently, he joined the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, where he was involved in negotiating international tax treaties, preparing the Tax Reforms Initiative, issuing tax rulings to residents abroad, and cooperating with the Audit Tax Department in audits of Mexican residents that involved the application of double tax treaties and transfer pricing examination. Arturo was an associate at a large firm in Mexico, after which he became a partner at Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa (now Hogan Lovells BSTL), where he was in charge of the Tax practice. In 2013, Arturo founded his professional practice Tiburcio Abogados, S.C. In 2015, he rejoined Hogan Lovells BSTL.
Arturo has been a member of the Committee on Tax Law of the Mexican Bar Association and coordinator of the Committee of Tax Precedents and Laws of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), Mexico branch. He has been recognized for his tax practice in specialized journals such as Which Lawyer? Yearbook 2009 as well as Chambers Latin America 2019. Chambers Latin America states that Arturo is “noted in the market for his ‘well-rounded practice,’ acting in both planning and controversy matters. A client says he is ‘an excellent professional.'”
Spanish and English.
Member of the Tax Law Commission of the Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados (Mexican Bar Association).
Member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA).
Arturo received his law degree from Universidad Panamericana, completing a specialization in tax law (1991). He studied “Fiscalidad Internacional” at Universidad de Santiago de Compostela in Spain (2009).
Arturo is a guest lecturer on tax law at the Universidad Panamericana for the postgraduate level.
Hogan Lovells boasts a 12-strong Mexican tax department, best-known for its capabilities assisting clients with cross-border transactions, as well representing them before the tax authority regarding tax audit procedures and tax reimbursements. Mexico City-based partners Arturo Tiburcio, and Jaime Espinosa (who also operates from the Monterrey office), constitute an impressive combination with significant expertise in income tax and double tax conventions (transactional and cross border operations), VAT in the exportation of services, and indirect taxes, as well as disputes, social security and wealth management. Francisco Palmero, who was promoted to counsel in January 2021, provides key support in a team that has proved a popular choice among clients from the transportation, food and service sectors.
International full-service giant, Hogan Lovells‘ Mexican IT&C department is divided into two primary sub-practices: international trade/WTO procedures and customs matters. Managing partner Juan Francisco Torres and the talented Jorge Yañez (who is notably skilled on trade compliance and anti-dumping), focus on the international trade (dumping and subsidies) side, while fellow practice co-head Arturo Tiburcio sits at the helm of customs matters (closely supported by Yañez). A regular advisor to clients across a wide range of industries -including food and beverage, automotive, electronics and aviation- the practice also houses a number of other noteworthy members, including senior associate Mario Lara, who handles consultancy, litigation and administrative procedures, more specifically focusing on anti-dumping matters, tariff classification, customs compliance and regulations; and intermediate associate Brianda Ramirez.