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Mexico

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Roxana Gomez-Orta

Baker & McKenzie

Oficinas en el Parque

Torre Baker & McKenzie Piso 10

Blvd Antonio L Rodriguez 1884 Pte

Monterrey, NL 64650

Mexico

Tel: + 52 81 8399 1308

Email: roxana.gomez-orta@bakermckenzie.com

Website: www.bakermckenzie.com

Roxana M Gomez-Orta has 20 years of professional experience and is a member of Baker & McKenzie's tax practice group which has been recognised as a highly recommended global tax practice by Chambers Global 2014 and as a recommended tax practice in Mexico by Chambers Latin America and International Tax Review.

She joined the firm in 2001, and was appointed national partner of Baker & McKenzie Abogados in July 2007.

Roxana focuses her practice on tax, administrative and constitutional matters. She has advised multinational and local companies in connection withtax planning, matters involving undue collections of contributions by the tax and administrative authorities, and tax litigation.

She has published articles in Defensa Fiscal, IDC Asesor Jurídico y Fiscal, Puntos Finos, Players, Práctica Fiscal, Corporate Business Taxation Monthly, Maquila Reynosa, Periódico El Norte, Periódico Milenio, Inter-American Trade Report and Tax Notes International, among others.

Roxana has been named one of the leading tax lawyers in Mexico by the magazine Defensa Fiscal in consecutive years from 2007, and as a tax controversy leader by International Tax Review 2014. She is a member of the Academia de Derecho Fiscal de Nuevo León, AC, Chapter Nuevo León and was appointed as member of the board, acting as the treasurer during 2008-2009. For 2015-2016, she is serving as an advisory member of the board.

She obtained a law degree from the Universidad de Monterrey in 1996 and further obtained a master's degree in tax law from the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in 2001.

Roxana speaks both English and Spanish

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Cecilia Montaño

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 a Deloitte Mexico indirect tax partner and Mexican and Latin American service line leader, specialised in foreign trade, customs and indirect tax. She has more than 18 years of experience in foreign trade. Cecilia became a Deloitte Mexico partner in 2008.

Before joining Deloitte, Cecilia 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, among others.

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.

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

Cecilia is vice president of the Mexican Importers and Exporters Association (ANIERM), vice president of the Logistics & Customs committee at the Mexican Trade Council (COMCE), and is also an adviser for the National Maquiladora Council (INDEX) and participates as an active member of the most relevant associations in Mexico related to foreign trade and customs.

She has a strong relationship with the Mexican government in topics related to foreign trade and customs and regularly participates strategically with the authorities on relevant projects.

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PwC

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