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Philippi, Prietocarrizosa, Ferrero DU & Uría appoints two partners

18 December 2017

Josh White

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Colombian firm Philippi, Prietocarrizosa, Ferrero DU & Uría has appointed two new tax new partners, César Barrero and Javier Ezeta.

Ezeta has worked for the firm for almost two years. He has expertise in corporate affairs, such as M&A, securities and other financial markets. Outside of finance he advises clients in the mining, agriculture, fishing and food industries, among others. He is based at the Lima office.

Barrero has been a senior associate at the firm for three years. He specialises in litigation and public-private partnerships, including the bidding process and infrastructure contracts.

With offices in Chile and Peru, Philippi, Prietocarrizosa, Ferrero DU & Uría has an international reach outside of Colombia. The firm supports clients with tax planning, reorganisation, M&A transactions and litigation.






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