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Luis Ponce

Deloitte Ecuador

Av. Amazonas N35-17 y Juan Pablo Sanz

Quito EC-170102

Ecuador

Tel: +593 2 381 5114 Ext 2102

Email: luponce@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Luis Ponce has been a partner in Deloitte Ecuador's legal and tax consulting area since 2009

Luis has 15 years' experience advising major companies in the industrial and commercial sectors. His experience also includes corporate and personal tax consulting and legal advisory services in various fields. He advises clients across a wide range of industries.

Luis is a professor in tax practices in the SEK University, and is a member of the American Bar Association as well as Eurojuris Deutschland (association of attorneys in the European Union).

He is fluent in Spanish, English and German

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