For over 10 years Matheus has headed the tax area of renowned São Paulo law firms. His experience with accounting and international topics enables him to handle complex tax cases. He graduated from USP and passed the New York Bar Exam.
Fernanda has always worked in the tax area, having been part of traditional law firms and a holding company for a large business group with operational branches in several segments. She has been coordinator of tax, judicial and administrative litigation since 2014.
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