Carlos Loaiza 2013

Carlos Loaiza 2013


Graduated as J.D. at the University of Montevideo, Uruguay, 2003 (summa cum laude), he was awarded with a Scolarship of Fundación Carolina from the Kingdom of Spain, 2006, obtaining an LL.M in Taxation (Centro Europeo de Estudios Garrigues, 2007) and an LL.M in Corporate Law (Harvard Law School-Centro Europeo de Estudios Garrigues, 2009).

He started his professional career in Tax & Legal Services, PwC. In 2006 he joined the International Taxation and Transfer Pricing department of Garrigues Abogados y Asesores Tributarios in Madrid, Spain, where he developed an extensive professional practice advising multinational groups, being involved in some of the most relevant deals in the Latin American market. In 2009 he joined the M&A and Taxation department of Barros & Errázuriz, in Santiago de Chile, Chile.

He has represented companies, individuals, multilateral banks and the Uruguayan Government. He is a member of the Uruguayan Bar Association, the Uruguayan Institute of Tax Studies, the Latin American Institute of Tax Studies, the International Fiscal Association and the International Bar Association.

Carlos Loaiza Keel is profesor of Tax Law and International Taxation in the Law School of the University of Montevideo and Economics School of the University of the Republic. He lectures widely on Tax Law and was designated as a National Reporter for the annual Congress of the International Fiscal Association. He has published 5 books and more than 60 articles on his field, in Uruguay and abroad, and is chief editor and contributor to Consultor Tributario, a specialized monthly supplement on taxes on El Observador, with the sponsorship of Thomson Reuters Group.

Carlos Loaiza currently advises companies, individuals, multilateral banks and the Uruguayan Government in Tax and Corporate matters. He leads the Global Alumni project, of the Centro Europeo de Estudios Garrigues, he is a regular columnist for El Observador, member of Torres García Museum Art Workshop and contributor to Foreign Policy magazine.


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