Alfredo Bisero Paratz > Wiener Soto Caparrós > Buenos Aires, Argentina > Lawyer Profile
Wiener Soto Caparrós Offices
AV. PTE. ROQUE SÁENZ PEÑA 637 1° PISO
BUENOS AIRES, C1035AAB
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Alfredo Bisero Paratz
Tax and Customs.
Alfredo is Of Counsel to WSC. He advises on virtually all aspects of taxation and tax planning for domestic and international companies. Alfredo also represents clients in tax and customs proceedings, defending against fines, closures and other enforcement proceedings brought by taxing authorities.
Alfredo began his legal career in the tax department of Coopers & Lybrand-Harteneck, López y Cía. (now Price Waterhouse Coopers), advising on mining, trusts, technology transfers, investment structures and international tax planning.
He later joined the law firm of Allende & Brea, where, as a senior associate, he advised on tax issues related to the mining and oil & gas sectors, counseled on domestic and international tax planning, and represented clients in tax and customs litigation. In 2006, he was appointed Deputy Judge of Tax Matters by the Supreme Court of Justice of Mendoza.
Spanish, English, Italian and French.
Alfredo is co-founder and president of the Research Center for Argentine and Latin American Fiscal Studies, and he is also a member of the International Fiscal Association.
Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina) Facultad de Derecho y CienciasSociales (Argentina)(Law Degree, Magna Cum Laude, 1995)
Universidad de Buenos Aires Facultad de Ciencias Económicas(Argentina) (Graduate Program in Tax Law, 2000)
Universidad de Salamanca (Spain) (Graduate Program in Tax Law, 2000)
New York University (USA) (Summer Institute in Taxation, 2011)
Argentina > Tax
Wiener Soto Caparrós’ tax group, which is regularly involved in both contentious and non-contentious matters, acts for an impressive roster of multinational clients, including Coca-Cola Andina, McCain Foods and Ferro Argentina. Of counsel Alfredo Bisero Paratz recently advised farming services company Maricopa Orchards on the tax aspects of the restructuring of its three local entities.