Ana Paula Pardo > SMPS Legal > Mexico City, Mexico > Lawyer Profile

SMPS Legal
TORRE CHAPULTEPEC UNO
AV. PASEO DE LA REFORMA 509-18
COL. CUAUHTÉMOC, 06500
Mexico

Work Department

Tax

Position

Partner

Career

Ana Paula joined SMPS Legal in 2015 as Tax partner. Her main practice is taxation concerning domestic and international aspects and involves representing corporations and individuals. She regularly advises clients on matters involving commercial transactions, tax planning, start up business, joint ventures, investments, acquisitions, mergers, spin offs, dispositions, tax free reorganizations and transfer pricing consulting.

Ana Paula has extensive experience in international transactions, in corporate law, including representation of multinationals groups and domestic groups, specific controversy and litigation, representing domestic and international clients in tax audits and negotiations skills.

Before joining SMPS Legal, Ana Paula was an associate at Hogan Lovells BSTL since 2010 and before that she was an associate at Basham Ringe y Correa. She also clerked at the tax boutique, Ortiz, Sainz y Erreguerena for two years and a half.

Languages

English and Spanish.

Memberships

She is a member of the IBA, IFA and YIN committees.

Education

Ana Paula obtained her Law Degree from Universidad Panamericana in 2002, her Postgraduate Degree from the Universidad de Salamanca. She holds a LL.M from the University of Florida – Fredric G. Levin College of Law, 2007, obtaining the Certificate of Academic Excellence.

Lawyer Rankings

Mexico > Tax

(Next Generation Partners)

Ana Paula PardoSMPS Legal

SMPS Legal‘s tax consulting and litigation practice that handles a broad array of matters, including estate planning, acquisitions, mergers; corporate restructuring; and corporate and international taxation – particularly in connection with the real estate, private equity and oil-and-gas industries. The seven-strong team is co-led by four partners: Jorge San Martín, whose strong suit is tax efficient structures; Ana Paula Pardo, who has a very solid advisory practice; tax litigation specialist Christian Solis; and Alexis Michel, who manages all matters related to international trade. Key support, especially as regards litigation, comes from senior associate Jorge Arturo Rodríguez.