Tax Partner Rejoins Hogan Lovells BSTL Mexico City Office
30 March 2015
MEXICO CITY, 30 March, 2015 – Hogan Lovells BSTL has announced that Arturo Tiburcio has re-joined its Corporate Practice as a partner specializing in tax matters. Tiburcio will reside in the firm’s Mexico City office.
Tiburcio’s practice is focused on audit and tax matters before the Mexican tax authorities, along with a broader range of tax issues. Tiburcio is also a well known and respected tax litigator.
“Arturo’s experience and interaction with taxing authorities adds unique opportunities to further strengthen the services we are able to provide out of our offices in Mexico,” said David Gibbons, Global Head of Hogan Lovells' corporate practice. “Arturo’s focus on tax disputes is extremely compatible with our established disputes practice and his transactional and tax planning experience will be a great addition to the group.”
The market has seen an increase in taxing authority activity, and Tiburcio’s expertise fills a growing need to advise clients on transfer pricing considerations, implementation of various base erosion and profit-shifting tax proposals in different jurisdictions.
“After having worked together for many years, we know Arturo well, which allows an immediate and seamless integration in a critical service area. We have been very impressed with the way Arturo’s practice has evolved to meet the challenges presented by the different tax reforms Mexico has implemented in recent years,” said Juan Francisco Torres Landa, managing partner of Hogan Lovells BSTL. “He is a tremendous asset to the Mexico City office and our global firm.”
“Hogan Lovells’ global platform provides an ideal opportunity to continue to grow my tax practice and provide a full service offering to multinational clients,” said Tiburcio. “I look forward to expanding my practice’s services in several areas, including the oil and gas industry and the energy industry alongside such a prominent global team.”
Tiburcio received his J.D. from Universidad Panamericana and obtained post-graduate diplomas for specialization in tax from Universidad Panamericana and Universidad de Santiago de Compostela in Spain.