Baker McKenzie's 21st Annual Latin America Tax Conference returned as an in-person event this year, providing an unparalleled opportunity for representatives from major multinationals to meet with Baker McKenzie tax practitioners to discuss the rapidly evolving tax landscape and other significant trends impacting businesses across Latin America.

The conference, held at the Four Seasons in Miami, Florida, included more than 10 sessions across a range of tax-related business topics, including Latin America tax updates, US tax reform, reporting rules, tax litigation matters, transfer pricing, M&A and more. The program targeted in-house counsel, tax directors and managers, accountants, economists and those in business leadership positions in Latin America.

Clarissa Machado, partner at Trench Rossi Watanabe*, a Brazilian office with whom Baker McKenzie has executed a strategic cooperation agreement, attended the event and said, "We were thrilled to welcome Trench Rossi and Baker McKenzie clients back in-person for the Latin America Tax Conference. Trench Rossi and Baker McKenzie partners engaged in meaningful discussions about the tax landscape across Latin America and how we can support clients in solving their tax-related challenges taking into account different jurisdictions at the same time."

Ranked Band 1 by Chambers Global for its work across the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe, Baker McKenzie's Tax Practice is one of the most highly regarded in the world. With 950 tax practitioners in more than 40 countries, the Practice collaborates across borders and specialties to stay abreast of changing tax landscapes worldwide. The Firm's Tax Planning and Transactions group supports the Firm's M&A Practice on transactions, assisting clients with post-acquisition integrations and pre-disposition restructurings, and consulting with clients on a wide variety of tax issues.

*Baker McKenzie and Trench Rossi Watanabe have executed a cooperation agreement to consult on foreign law.
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