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Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados
SÃO PAULO, SP, 01451-000

Work Department

Tax/ Succession planning/ Agribusiness/ Automotive/ Chemicals and petrochemicals/ Construction/ Education/ Energy/ Financial services/ Mining/ Oil and gas/ Pulp and paper/ Retail and consumer/ Technology/ Telecommunications




Martinez is specialist in tax law, more specifically on the provision of consultancy related to direct taxes and international taxation. Her practice mostly consists of the structuring of investments acquisition in Brazil, corporate reorganizations, analysis of tax impacts arising from alternatives for raising funds and financial and capital markets’ transactions, in addition to the provision of support on the identification of the different models adopted in infrastructure projects. She has previous experience in the areas of knowledge of food and beverage, mining, sugar and alcohol, telecomm, agribusiness, and infrastructure.


Portuguese and English


Admitted to the Brazilian Bar Association and Brazilian Institute of Tax Law – IBDT.


Received her LL.B from Faculdade de Direito do Largo de São Francisco, Universidade de São Paulo and a postgraduation degree in Tax Law from Insper. Also a LL.M in International Tax Law from New York University.

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Tax

(Next Generation Partners)

Bruna MarraraMachado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados

The highly regarded tax department at Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados is regularly involved in complex tax litigation and high-profile transactions. The already sizeable team saw organic growth with the partner promotions of Diana Piatti Lobo and Maria Eugênia Doin Vieira in 2018 and Bruna Marrara in 2019. In another move in 2018, tax litigator Leonardo Alfradique Martins joined the firm from Trench Rossi Watanabe. In a recent transactional tax highlight, a team led by Fernando Colucci advised PSP Investments on the tax aspects of its investment in Grupo Montesanto Tavares. The firm stands out for its Brasília office, where Cristiane Romano is a key contact. A cross-office team led by Romano and São Paulo-based Daniella Zagari Gonçalves has been representing Elektro in a lawsuit before the Superior Court of Justice concerning ICMS credits. The ‘outstandingFernando Tonanni is ‘knowledgeable, business-oriented, and hand-on‘. Other key figures include Celso Costa and Raquel Novais.