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Silvana Blanco


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Silvana Blanco is a partner in the transfer pricing service team of Deloitte Argentina. She has been working at the transfer pricing department since its inception. From the beginning of the application of transfer pricing standards in Argentina, Silvana has participated actively with the tax administration officers.

She has more than 16 years of experience in the application of tax, economic and financial criteria in transfer pricing, valuation analysis of intangibles, planning, business model optimisation, structuring and economic consulting. In the context of her expertise, Silvana has a large experience in fields such as the coordination of multi-country transfer pricing assignments for multinational groups, the optimisation of the tax burden, and information requests posed by tax authorities in main industries such as the automotive industry, the oil seeds industry and the pharmaceutical industry.

She has actively participated as a speaker at seminars and conferences including "Bolsa de Cereales de Buenos Aires", "Consejo Profesional de Ciencias Económicas de la Capital Federal", "Bolsa de Comercio de Rosario", and "Asociación Argentina de Estudios Fiscales", among others.

She has written many articles in newspapers and local tax specialised publications such as Ámbito Financiero, Colección Errepar, the Buenos Aires Herald, and the World Trade Executive. She is the cowriter of "Manual de Precios de Transferencia en Argentina".

Silvana graduated as a certified public accountant at Salvador University and holds a master's degree on strategic business administration and marketing from Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales (UCES).

She is a member of the AAEF (International Fiscal Association) and part of the Transfer Pricing Commission.


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