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Peru

Yanira Armas

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Deloitte Perú

Begonias 441 Piso 6

San Isidro

Lima

Peru


Tel: +51 (1) 2118583

Cell: +51 961717252

Email: yaarmas@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/pe

Yanira Armas, Deloitte Peru, has been a partner of the tax and legal advice division since 2008. She has participated in implementing tax strategy planning processes, tax audits in leading companies from different economics sectors and in acquisitions of public and private companies.

She graduated as a lawyer in 1994 from the Faculty of Law, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. In 2000, she got a postgraduate degree in taxation and business law.

Yanira is a specialist in taxation with more than 23 years of experience in business advice, mainly in the industrial area, commercial, health, construction and telecommunications industries.

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