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Chile

Rocio Crespillo

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Deloitte Chile

Rosario Norte 407, Piso 7

Las Condes

Chile


Tel: +56 227 298 041

Email: rcrespillo@gmail.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Rocio Crespillo, Deloitte Chile, is a partner with more than nine years of experience in transfer pricing matters in the offices of Argentina, Spain, and Chile.

Rocio has participated in several transfer pricing audit and controversy processes, gaining significant experience in this field. She has been involved in numerous planning and restructuring projects that required complex economic and financial analyses and entailed significant interaction between the transfer pricing and other tax practices.

She has also coordinated regional transfer pricing compliance projects, gaining important Latin American experience in the region's key transfer pricing issues.

Rocio has experience in the financial services industry, working with banks, insurance companies, stock brokerages and investment funds. She also has broad experience in the telecommunications industry as she has worked in significant projects for Telefónica.

Rocio holds a degree in economics from Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) with studies in the Financial Studies Centre (CEF) in Barcelona, Spain, as well as a postgraduate diploma in Chilean taxation from the University of Chile.

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