Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados appoints two new tax partners
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Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados appoints two new tax partners


José Talledo and Gustavo Lazo have been appointed to tax partners at Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados in Peru.

Talledo is the former head of tax at Estudio Olaechea and assists clients on tax planning, M&A, banking and financial transactions, as well as infrastructure investment projects and international taxation matters.

Lazo provides tax consultancy on corporate matters, assists clients on fiscal planning and on financial transactions as well as assists private clients with wealth management. He is a former partner of Estudio Echecopar.

The firm has appointed 10 new professionals including six associates in its banking and finance, M&A, mining and tax practices. This recent promotion brings the firm's partner count to 43.  


Gustavo Lazo 


Jose Talledo

José Talledo

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