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Catalina Hoyos Jiménez


Godoy & Hoyos

Cra 14 94-44 Torre B Pisos 2 y 6



Tel: +57 (1) 6348533



Catalina Hoyos Jiménez is a well-known and experienced tax lawyer with more than 18 years of experience in international and local tax law. As a partner in charge of tax issues, she leads the practices of tax litigation, transfer pricing, tax planning, tax consultancy and tax compliance. She has been the president of the Colombian Institute of Tax Law, member of the board of directors of the International Fiscal Association Colombia and honorary member of the Colombian Institute of Tax Law. She is a member of the list of arbitrators to the Bogota Chamber of Commerce and to TRIBUTE.

Based in Bogota, Catalina works with local and multinational companies. Her versatility allows her to handle tax issues with several skills, ranging from fiscal policies to implementing complex tax structures. Her areas of practice include the digital economy, financial markets, tax litigation, insurance and reinsurance activities and transfer pricing, among others. Clients know they can rely on Catalina for whatever difficult issue they have to deal with.

Catalina is also very well known in the Academy, where she has been teaching and doing research for more than 18 years. As an author of several papers and books, she is a reference in international and local tax law.


Magday Pérez Franco


Deloitte Colombia

Carrera 7 # 74 – 09

Bogotá, DC


Tel: +57 (1) 4262195

Fax: +57 (1) 2178088



Magday Pérez Franco, Deloitte Colombia, is a partner and has more than 22 years of experience in dealing with tax subjects. She specialises in tax planning, advisory and compliance at the local and international levels.

She is responsible for some of the most important engagements related to tax compliance and is the leader of the tax management consulting (TMC) service line for both Colombia and Peru. Magday also serves as the functional risk leader (FRL) for tax and legal, and business process solutions, for the two countries mentioned above.

Since she joined Deloitte back in 1995, she has participated in several engagements related to special tax advice for private companies from different industries, such as manufacturing, oil and gas, services, and education.

Magday has continuously supported companies with outsourcing services, preparation and review of income tax returns, as well as with tax planning and tax advice in regards to local taxes, tax audits, and due diligence. She has participated in the preparation of training tax sessions and has served as instructor in training on tax matters as part of the professional and academic development of her work team. Likewise, she has participated as instructor of international trainings for the promotion of new managers of Deloitte around the world.

Magday obtained her degree as public accountant from the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University. She has also completed her postgraduate degrees in taxation and international taxation from the Universidad Externado de Colombia. Moreover, she is a specialist in tax sciences from the Central Univerity.

She has co-authored books published in Colombia, including El impuesto sobre la renta y complementarios Consideraciones teóricas y prácticas.


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