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Panama

Yaremis Pérez Aguilera

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Deloitte Panama

Banco Panamá Building, 12th floor

Costa del Este

Panama


Tel: +507 303-4100

Email: yaremisperez@deloitte.com

Website: www2.deloitte.com/pa/es.html

Yaremis Pérez Aguilera, Deloitte Panama, has more than 10 years of experience in the area of taxation. She is an active member of the International Fiscal Association (Chapter Panama), of the legislation and taxation committee of the American Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Panama, and of the tax law and public treasury commission of the National Bar Association.

She has worked as a master's degree professor for the departments of taxation and fiscal law, tax management and tax strategy at the Inter-American University of Panama, and taught the general theory of taxes at Panama's Certified Public Accountant Specialised University.

Yaremis has a bachelor's degree in law and accounting, postgraduate certificate in accounting, postgraduate degree in international business law, and a master's degree in tax advisory. She is fluent in English and Spanish.

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