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Cecilia Montano

Deloitte Mexico

489, P 6 Col. Cuauhtémoc

6501 Mexico City

Mexico

Tel: +52 55 50 80 64 19

Email: cmontanohernandez@deloittemx.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Cecilia Montaño is the indirect tax leading partner for Mexico and Latin America at Deloitte Mexico. She is specialised in foreign trade, customs and indirect tax with more than 19 years of experience in foreign trade. Cecilia became a partner at Deloitte Mexico in 2008, before which she spent several years as a logistics and customs compliance manager in the private sector.

Cecilia helps multinational companies identify indirect tax opportunities and has worked with clients around the world on projects involving due diligence, customs audits and tax strategies relative to investments in Mexico. Cecilia has extensive experience in compliance consulting. She works with clients operating across many industries including the automotive, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, mining, energy and manufacturing sectors, among others.

Cecilia is vice president of the logistics and customs committee at the Mexican Trade Council (COMCE) and COMCE representative at the Entrepreneurial Coordination Council (CCE). She is also an adviser for the National Maquiladora Council (INDEX) and participates as an active member of the core foreign trade and customs associations in Mexico including the Mexican Institute for Foreign Trade Specialists (IMECE), National Importers and Exporters of the Mexican Republic Association (ANIERM), and the National Autoparts Institute (INA).

She has been participating strategically with the Mexican government in topics related to foreign trade and customs.

She received a bachelor's degree in foreign trade and customs from the Instituto Teconólogico de Monterrey, and is also working to conclude a master's degree in business administration, with a foreign trade specialisation, from the same institution

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