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Soledad Recabarren



Recabarren & Asociados


+56 2 2594 0550

Languages: Spanish, English

Bar admissions: Chile


Ms. Recabarren has over 30 years of experience working as a tax attorney in Chile, advising clients dealing in most economic sectors, with an special focus on family offices and High Net Worth Individuals.

Her practice also incorporates public policy concerns, as part of the tax committees of various industry sectors.

Practice areas

Restructuring, Transactions, M&A, Corporate taxes, Tax consulting

Sector specialisations

Accounting, Banking, Government and public policy, Tech and telecoms, Utilities

Association memberships

Financial Circle of the Chilean Institute of Rational Business Administration (ICARE)

Member of the Tax Committee of the National Chamber of Commerce (CNC)

Tax Coordinator of the Production and Commerce Confederation (CPC)

Academic qualifications

LLB, University of Chile, Santiago, 1992


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