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Afonso Arnaldo

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Deloitte Portugal

Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, 7

1070-100 Lisbon

Portugal

Tel: +351 210427528

Email: afarnaldo@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.com

Afonso Arnaldo, Deloitte Portugal, is a partner in the firm's indirect tax group, which was the first indirect tax practice group formed in Portugal. He has a law background and 21 years of professional experience in indirect tax, both in Portugal and abroad.

He is responsible for coordinating tax consultancy projects for several entities concerning VAT, customs, and excise duties matters to assist clients in planning and structuring their operations and optimising indirect taxes.

Afonso is also specialised, from an indirect tax perspective, in business model optimisation (BMO) services, offering insights into how multinational companies should integrate their operational and tax planning in a scalable and sustainable way in order to help business leaders make more effective decisions on an after-tax basis.

Cooperating with clients from every business sector, Afonso focuses on energy, manufacturing, telecommunications, distribution, transport, healthcare and the public sector.

In 2014, Afonso was nominated by the Portuguese government as a member of the Portuguese commission which reviewed the country's green taxes.

Afonso also serves as a faculty member in several courses held in Portugal and abroad about taxation issues and has published several articles in newspapers, tax magazines and tax books.

Afonso is also Deloitte Portugal and Deloitte Angola chief corporate social responsibility officer.

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António Beja Neves

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Deloitte Portugal

Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, 7

1070-100 Lisbon

Portugal

Tel: +351 210427595

Email: antneves@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.com

António Beja Neves, Deloitte Portugal, is the leader and founder of the firm's indirect taxes group, which was the first indirect tax practice group created in Portugal. He first started helping clients with VAT when it was introduced in Portugal in 1986.

António has a business management and chartered accountant background as well as 36 years of professional experience in indirect tax, both in Portugal and abroad.

António is also responsible for the coordination of tax consultancy projects for several entities concerning VAT, customs and excise duties and assisting clients in planning and structuring their operations to optimise indirect taxes. He is also specialised, from an indirect tax perspective, in business model optimisation (BMO) services, offering insights into how multinational companies should integrate their operational and tax planning in a scalable and sustainable way in order to help business leaders make more effective decisions on an after-tax basis.

Cooperating with clients from every business sector, António focuses on the financial services, manufacturing, telecommunications, energy, distribution, transportation, healthcare and public sectors.

António also serves as a faculty member in several courses held in Portugal and abroad about taxation issues and has published several articles in newspapers, tax magazines and tax books.

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Susana Monteiro Caetano

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PwC Portugal

Palácio Sottomayor

Rua Sousa Martins 1, 2º

1069-316 Lisbon

Portugal

Direct: +351 213 599 674

Mobile: +351 917 246 647

Email: susana.caetano@pt.pwc.com

Website: www.pwc.com/pt

Susana Monteiro Caetano, PwC Portugal, Angola and Cabo Verde, is a director in the firm's indirect tax department (VAT, excise and customs).

Susana is responsible for coordinating tax consultancy projects for local and multinational corporations on national and cross-border transactions regarding VAT, customs and excise duties.

She is responsible for providing tax consulting services, assisting clients with their day-to-day matters (including compliance and reporting), and also for the assistance provided during tax inspections and reimbursement claims.

Susana is an indirect taxes expert with wide experience in planning and optimisation of indirect tax structures in Portugal and Cabo Verde.

She advises clients from a range of industries but focuses more specifically in consumer business, healthcare, distribution, tourism and real estate.

She has more than 20 years of professional experience in taxation, a background in business management and post-graduate qualifications in strategic management and leadership.

Susana is a certified trainer by the Professional Employment and Training Institute and is a lecturer of indirect taxation. She participates as a speaker in several courses, seminars and conferences. Susana is the author of several technical articles on indirect taxation, published in specialised magazines.

Susana has been recognised by her peers and clients as a leading female tax adviser in International Tax Review's Women in Tax Leaders guide.

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Susana Claro

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PwC Portugal

Palácio Sottomayor

Rua Sousa Martins 1, 2º

1069-316 Lisbon

Portugal

Office: + 351 213 599 601

Mobile: + 351 912 505 316

Email: susana.claro@pt.pwc.com

Website: www.pwc.com/pt

Susana Claro is a partner of PwC Portugal, Angola and Cabo Verde and leads its indirect tax practice (VAT, excise and customs).

She advises local and multinational corporations on national and cross-border transactions regarding VAT, customs and excise duties, with a particular focus on the structuring, implementation and optimisation of their processes, on a global basis, and regarding consumption tax in Angola.

Susana is responsible for providing tax consulting services, assisting clients with their day-to-day matters (including compliance and reporting), and also for the assistance provided during tax inspections and reimbursement claims.

She is a specialist, from an indirect taxation perspective, in the following business sectors: financial services (banking and insurance), construction and real estate, and consumer business.

She has 19 years of professional experience in taxation, a background in business management and a post-graduate qualification in advanced accounting and tax. Susana has concluded the exams for admission to the Portuguese Institute of Statutory Auditors. Susana is a trainer certified by the Professional Employment and Training Institute.

Since 2009, Susana has been an arbitrator at the Portuguese Court of Tax Arbitration (CAAD), and is commonly involved in decisions concerning tax matters.

Susana collaborates in executive master's and post-graduate courses as a lecturer in indirect taxation, and participates as a speaker in several courses, seminars and conferences. She also regularly collaborates with the press on the same topic. Susana is the author of several technical articles on indirect taxation, published in books and specialised magazines.

Susana has been recognised by her peers and clients as a leading female tax adviser in International Tax Review's Women in Tax Leaders guide.

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Eduardo Ferreira Gomes

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Deloitte Portugal

Deloitte Hub

Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, 7

Lisbon 1070-100

Portugal

Tel: +351 21 0427573

Email: edgomes@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.pt

Eduardo Ferreira Gomes, Deloitte Portugal, is an indirect tax associate partner with 17 years of professional experience in indirect tax in Portugal, specialising in domestic and international VAT advisory services. His background is in business management.

Eduardo coordinates VAT consultancy and compliance projects and helps clients plan and structure their operations to optimise indirect taxes. He is also responsible for the coordination of due diligence projects.

He works with clients in virtually all industry sectors but focuses more specifically on the healthcare and financial sectors, including private equity, real estate companies, banks and insurance companies.

Eduardo also specialises in business model optimisation (BMO) services, offering insights on integration of operational and tax planning in a scalable and sustainable way, to help business leaders of multinational companies make more effective decisions on an after-tax basis.

He is member of Deloitte's world financial services and insurance network and serves as a faculty member for many Portuguese courses on indirect taxation issues and has published several articles in newspapers and tax magazines.

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Joana Nunes dos Reis

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Deloitte Portugal

Av. Eng. Duarte Pacheco, 7

1070-100 Lisbon

Portugal

Tel: +351 210427556

Email: joreis@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.com

Joana Nunes dos Reis, Deloitte Portugal, is an indirect tax associate partner.

She has a law background with a post-graduation in tax, and has 18 years of professional experience in indirect tax in Portugal, specialising in domestic and international VAT advisory services to local and global clients.

Joana coordinates VAT consultancy and compliance projects, and assists clients planning their operations to optimise VAT. She is also very experienced with the coordination of the VAT area of due diligence projects and tax reviews in all industry sectors, and has been involved in major international VAT engagements, restructurings, mergers and other deals.

Joana advises clients from a range of industries but focuses more specifically on the real estate companies, consumer business, distribution and manufacturing.

Joana is the learning coordinator for VAT and also serves as a faculty member for many courses on VAT and on leadership, both in Portugal and abroad.

Joana is co-author of a commented Portuguese VAT Code and has published several articles in newspapers and tax magazines. She is actively involved in local and international training and technical seminars.

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Frederico Antas

Vieira de Almeida

Catarina Belim

Belim Legal Services

Luísa Bento

KPMG

Sergio Brigas Afonso

RFF & Associados

José Franco Caiado

Jose Franco Caiado & Associados

Fernando Castro Silva

Garrigues, Taxand Portugal

Ana Raquel Costa

Vieira de Almeida

Isabel Vieira dos Reis

Garrigues, Taxand Portugal

Inês Moreira dos Santos

Vieira de Almeida

Conceicão Gamito

Vieira de Almeida

Joana Lobato Heitor

Vieira de Almeida

Rui Henriques

EY

Marta Machado de Almeida

RFF & Associados

Alexandra Martins

KPMG

Catarina Matos

EY

Francisco Cabral Matos

Vieira de Almeida

Paulo Mendonça

EY

Raquel Montes Fernandes

CMS Rui Pena & Arnaut

Filipe Miguel Nogueira

VAT Systems

Diogo Ortigão Ramos

Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira

Miguel Reis

PLMJ

Mario Silva Costa

Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira

Tiago Almeida Veloso

Baker Tilly

Isabel Vieira dos Reis

Garrigues, Taxand Portugal

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