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Camilo Cortés


Carrera 7 No. 71-52

Torre-B Piso 9

Bogotá D.C

Tel: +57 1 313 7800 x225



Camilo Cortés is a partner and head of the firm's tax group. He is also in the firm's mergers and acquisitions, trusts, estates and wealth preservation groups.

Major legal directories universally recommend him for his depth of knowledge and experience in this area. With almost 25 years in the field, Camilo's practice benefits from his previous experience at a leading tax boutique firm, as well as his international education at Austral University (Argentina) and Harvard University (US).

Camilo handles the full range of tax work, including day-to-day advisory and planning, transaction structuring, internal reorganisations and corporate restructurings, and litigation. His clients include leading local entities and major multinationals from a variety of sectors, including construction, energy and natural resources, manufacturing, consumer goods, foods and beverages, and IT industries.




Nacira Lamprea Okamel


100 Street 11a-35, 7th floor



Tel: +57 1 6340555 ext. 10242



Nacira Lamprea Okamel is the partner of PwC Colombia's tax controversy and dispute resolution practice as well the leader of tax and legal services department of the Barranquilla and Medellin offices. She has been working with the firm for more than 25 years. She has experience in development, management and leadership of tax litigation and tax processes at both administrative and jurisdictional levels.

Nacira has represented numerous companies in disputes against national and municipal tax authorities. She has also led important projects on tax management and outsourcing of companies' tax functions, in particular with recognised companies in the pharmaceutical, aeronautical and retail sectors. Furthermore, she has advised domestic and international companies on important matters related to income, VAT, and industry and commerce taxes, as well as provided advice and assistance on withholding tax issues.

As a recognised lawyer, she has been a speaker at conferences organised by the Association of Financial Executives (ACEF), the National Association of Manufacturers (ANDI), the National Federation of Commerce (Fenalco), and various bi-national Chambers of Commerce.

Nacira is a professor at Pontifical Xavierian University, and former professor at the University of Medellín and Universidad de la Sábana in Colombia.

Nacira is an attorney from Universidad de la Sabana and obtained a major in tax law from the University of Los Andes. She has also completed degrees and post-graduate courses in several topics such as corporate law (Del Rosario University), evidence law (Pontifical Xavierian University) and international taxation (University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain).


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