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Catalina Hoyos-Jiménez

Godoy & Hoyos Abogados

Cra. 14 No. 94-44 Torre B Piso 6

Bogotá, D.C., Colombia

Cra. 25 A No. 1-31 Of. 1212

Medellín, Colombia

PBX Bogotá: +571 6348533

PBX Medellín: +574 6048685

Fax: +571 6348530



Catalina Hoyos is a well-known and experienced tax lawyer with more than 18 years in international and local tax law. As 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, a member of the board of directors of IFA Colombia and an honorary member of the Colombian Institute of Tax Law. She has also been appointed as one of the tax arbitrators to TRIBUTE (Tax Tribunal supported by the Hague Court of Justice).

Based in Bogota, Catalina works with local and multinational companies. She has versatility in handing tax matters, using 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 hard issue they have to deal with.

Catalina is also highly recognised academically. She has been teaching and doing research for more than 18 years. Author to several papers and books, she has a depth of knowledge in both international and local tax law.


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