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Afonso Arnaldo


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Deloitte Portugal

Praça Duque do Saldanha nº1 6º

Lisbon 1050-094

Portugal


Tel: +351 210 427528

Email: afarnaldo@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.pt

Afonso Arnaldo is a partner of Deloitte's indirect tax group in Portugal (the first indirect tax group formed in this country). He possesses a law background and 17 years of professional experience in indirect tax, both in Portugal and abroad.

He is responsible for coordinating tax consultancy projects for several entities concerning VAT, Customs, and excise duty matters to assist clients in planning and structuring their operations to optimise indirect taxes.

Afonso is also specialised, from an indirect tax perspective, in Business Model Optimisation services, offering insights about how multinational companies should integrate their operational and tax planning in a scalable and sustainable way in order to help business leaders make more effective decisions on an after-tax basis.

Cooperating with clients from every business sector, Afonso focuses on financial services, manufacturing, telecommunications, energy, distribution, transportation and healthcare, and the public sector.

Afonso also serves as a faculty member on several courses held in Portugal and abroad about taxation issues and has published several articles in newspapers, tax magazines and tax books.

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António Beja Neves


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Deloitte Portugal

Praça Duque do Saldanha nº1 6º

Lisbon 1050-094

Portugal


Tel: +351 21 0427595

Email: antneves@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.pt

António is a partner of Deloitte's indirect taxes group in Portugal (the first indirect tax group created in this country). He possesses a business management and chartered accountant background as well as 33 years of professional experience in indirect tax, both in Portugal and abroad.

António started helping clients with VAT when it was introduced in Portugal in 1986. He founded and continues to head the Portuguese indirect tax practice.

António is also responsible for the coordination of tax consultancy projects for several entities concerning VAT, Customs & excise duties matters, assisting clients in planning and structuring their operations to optimise indirect taxes. He is also specialised, from an indirect tax perspective, in Business Model Optimisation services, offering insights about how multinational companies should integrate their operational and tax planning in a scalable and sustainable way to help business leaders make more effective decisions on an after-tax basis.

Cooperating with clients from every business sector, António focuses in financial services, manufacturing, telecommunications, energy, distribution, transportation, healthcare, and public sector.

António also serves as a faculty member in several courses held in Portugal and abroad about taxation issues and has published several articles in newspapers, tax magazines, and tax books.

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Eduardo Ferreira Gomes


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Deloitte Portugal

Praça Duque do Saldanha nº1 6º

Lisboa 1050-094

Portugal


Tel: +351 21 0427573

Email: edgomes@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.pt

Eduardo Ferreira Gomes is a Deloitte Portugal indirect tax associate partner.

He has 14 years of professional experience in indirect tax in Portugal, specialising in domestic and international VAT advisory services. His background is in business management.

Eduardo coordinates VAT consultancy and compliance projects, and helps clients plan and structure their operations to optimise indirect taxes. He is also responsible for the coordination of due diligence projects.

He works with clients in virtually all industry sectors but focuses more specifically on the healthcare and financial sectors, including private equity, real estate companies, banks and insurance companies.

Eduardo also specialises in Business Model Optimisation services, offering insights on the integration of operational and tax planning in a scalable and sustainable way, to help business leaders of multinational companies make more effective decisions on an after-tax basis.

He also serves as a faculty member for many Portuguese courses on indirect taxation issues and has published several articles in newspapers and tax magazines.

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Filipe Miguel Nogueira


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Deloitte Portugal

Praça do Bom Sucesso, 61-13°

Porto 4150-146

Portugal


Tel: +351 225439233

Email: finogueira@deloitte.pt

Website: www.deloitte.pt

Filipe Nogueira is a Deloitte Portugal indirect tax associate partner with 17 years' experience in indirect tax.

Filipe assists clients with various transactions in both the private and public sectors in virtually all industry areas, including manufacturing, telecommunications, financial services, distribution, transportation, healthcare, education and public sector (municipalities and also universities). Filipe is engaged in several projects related to VAT efficiency.

Filipe has published several articles and has also participated as an instructor with several training programmes in Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands and the US.

Filipe earned a degree in management from the University of Porto and a degree in law from the Portuguese Catholic University.

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Paulo Mendonca

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Miguel Reis

PLMJ

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