Mr Guillermo Fonseca > Bofill, Mir & Álvarez Jana > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
Bofill, Mir & Álvarez Jana Offices
AV ANDRÉS BELLO 2711, 8TH FLOOR
7550611 LAS CONDES
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Mr Guillermo Fonseca
Guillermo Fonseca is the head of the Tax department of BMAJ.
He specializes in taxation issues for the financial and insurance industries and has extensive experience in major cross border operations, mergers and acquisitions, and tax structuring.
Guillermo also represents clients in judicial proceeding in Court of Justice, as well as before public and regulatory authorities.
Guillermo has extensive knowledge of tax legislation for Peru, Colombia and Spain, specifically advising clients on the tax effects of investment in these and other South American countries.
- Partner, Bofill Mir & Alvarez Jana Lawyers (since 2012);
- Associate, Deloitte (2002-2012).
Spanish and English
- International Fiscal Association (IFA);
- Chilean Bar Association.
- Master in Tax Planning Management, Universidad de Santiago (1999);
- Accepted to practice law by the Supreme Court of Chile (2008);
- J.D., Universidad de Chille (1995).
Bofill, Mir & Álvarez Jana‘s five-member tax team covers restructuring, planning, litigation, and transactional and international tax; the practice also acts in controversies with the Chilean IRS and before the tax courts. In 2020, the team additionally advised longstanding clients on emergency legislation (introduced as a result of the coronavirus pandemic). Specialising in finance and insurance sector-related tax issues, lead tax partner Guillermo Fonseca is highly regarded for cross-border operations, M&A matters and tax structuring; at senior associate level, Jorge Valenzuela is active in both litigious and transactional matters, while Paris Norambuena is experienced in transactional and regulatory work.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring
- Capital markets
- Corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Energy and natural resources > Mining
- Real estate
- Projects and infrastructure
- Public law
- Competition and antitrust
- Labour and employment
- Energy and natural resources > Electricity and hydrocarbon