Artur Braga joins WZ Advogados in Brazil
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Artur Braga joins WZ Advogados in Brazil

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Artur Braga has joined WZ Advogados as a partner, based at the firm’s Sao Paolo office.

Braga comes with 20 years of experience at EY, specialising in domestic and international tax consulting in the accounting firm’s Brazil and New York offices. He has experience in the energy, manufacturing, technology, FMCG, financial, real estate, pharmaceutical, communications and entertainment industries.

Braga’s key responsibilities are to build and lead a solid, skilled and innovative tax practice and bring his knowledge of tax technology and experience of advising large multinationals to WZ Advogados, a consolidated full-service law firm. His practice will cover general tax advisory services and tax controversy, while also establishing innovative tax technology solutions.  

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