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Argentina

Carlos Iannucci


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Deloitte Argentina

Florida 234, 5th floor

Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, C1005AAF

Argentina


Tel: +54 11 4320 2736

Email: ciannucci@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Carlos Iannucci is the Tax & Legal managing partner of the Deloitte member firm network in Latin America. He has more than 25 years of experience in serving multinational and major local companies. He has developed extensive experience in corporate and international tax issues, and also acts as lead tax partner for large consumer, manufacturing, and oil & gas industry clients.

He is a regular lecturer at business institutions, universities and professional entities in different tax matters and is in charge of the tax subject at the Business Administration career of the Argentine Catholic University.

He also contributes to a number of specialist technical publications and has been consistently listed among the leading tax advisers in Argentina since 1998 in different market surveys (International Tax Review, Mondaq).

Carlos is a certified public accountant, a graduate of the School of Economics, Argentine Catholic University and a member of the Argentine Fiscal Association and the International Fiscal Association.

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