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Garrigues Consultores Tributários joins Taxand

Garrigues Consultores Tributários has joined Taxand as the organisation’s member firm in Brazil.

Garrigues Consultores Tributários is a tax consulting firm with several professionals recognised for their expertise across both accounting and tax.

The firm provides tax advice to a wide range of national and multinational entities, as well as individuals and family offices, covering a wide breadth of tax matters both at local and international level.

It also has capabilities in tax across a wide range of sectors, advising Brazilian entities which are investing abroad and foreign entities investing into the country. In this context, M&A and transfer pricing are strong elements of the firm’s offering.

The firm is part of Garrigues, a Taxand founding member.

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