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Pedro Enrique Sarmiento Pérez

Deloitte Colombia

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Pedro Sarmiento is a partner and Tax and Legal Leader at Deloitte Colombia, with more than 30 years of experience in tax subjects management and has important recognitions throughout his professional life in the tax sector. Pedro has a strong reputation as an important business consultant of the private sector. He is responsible for the firm's tax and legal practices, ensuring the highest quality services are delivered to Deloitte Colombia's clients, which includes approximately 500 companies.

Pedro is involved in the coordination and supervision of tax, transfer pricing and customs projects, as well as special consulting services offered to public and private enterprises in various industries, including energy and resources, manufacturing, transportation, professional services, construction, consumer business, life sciences and healthcare.

Pedro has participated in various forums, technical courses and conferences as a member and lecturer, and was a member of the negotiating commission of the Rules of Origin, Free Trade Area of the Americas, Washington, DC, 1996. He has served as a professor of tax law and customs specialisation at Externado de Colombia University, Sergio Arboleda University, Catholic University of Colombia, and the Industrial University of Santander.

Pedro earned a JD, MBA and diploma in regulation of the telecommunications markets from the University of Los Andes. He also obtained LLM in both taxation and international taxation from University Externado of Colombia.


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