Andersen Tax consolidates Uruguay presence
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Andersen Tax consolidates Uruguay presence

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Andersen Global has consolidated its presence in Uruguay by adding Fischer & Schickendantz as a full member firm.

Fischer & Schickendantz was founded in 2009 and has 74 professionals in legal, tax and accounting. The practice offers advice on M&A deals, foreign direct investment, litigation and arbitration. The firm signed a collaborative agreement with Andersen Global in September 2017.

As part of the deal, the firm’s managing partner Juan Federico Fischer has been appointed to Andersen Global’s Latin American board. The practice is well placed to advise international clients on offshore corporate vehicles and tax-free zones in Uruguay. 

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