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Honduras

Rita Silva

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Deloitte Honduras

Plaza América Building 5to piso Colonia Florencia Norte

Tegucigalpa

Honduras


Tel: +504 2231-3131; +504 9995-9013

Email: ritsilva@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Rita Maria Silva, Deloitte Honduras, is the country managing partner at the Honduras office and specialises in cross-border tax planning for multinational corporations.

She has more than 20 years of experience in various tax services, including international M&A restructurings, supply chain optimisation, cross-border planning, effective tax rate planning, and foreign earnings repatriation techniques. She has been the international consultant for tax matters for the Inter-American Development Bank, as a Honduras counterpart.

Rita has obtained a law degree from the National Autonomous University of Honduras with a specialisation in business law. She also has a master's degree in international relations from the Ohio University US and is a former Fulbright scholar. Rita also studied business administration at the Federal University of Parana, Brazil, and tax administration at the Castilla La Mancha University, Spain.

She has spoken at serval seminars, including one on international fraud at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in Glynco Georgia, US.

Rita Silva is fluent in English and Portuguese.

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