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March 11, 2020

Tuesday, 17 March | Chile 2020 Tax Reform and its impacts (12:00 pm CLT)

InvestChile and EY, with the support of the Chile Ministry of Finance, are pleased to invite you to the online seminar, Chile 2020 Tax Reform and its impacts. The seminar is specially organized for current and prospective foreign investors exploring Chile as an option for developing their business.

This online seminar will address key topics such as:

  • The process of the 2020 tax reform in Chile, which has been widely discussed and modified over a period of 18 months
  • The political and social environment in the country that prompted changes between the original bill and the enacted version
  • Key aspects for non-Chilean investors included in the final bill
  • Potential impact on non-Chilean investors with  a focus on markets in the Americas, Europe and Asia

We hope you will be able to join us.

Date: Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Time: 12:00p.m. CLT Chile; 11:00 a.m. EST New York

Registration: Register for this event.

Opening remarks

Macarena Navarrete, Country Managing Partner EY Chile

Cristián Rodríguez, Director of the InvestChile


Manuel Alcalde, Chilean Tax Policy head coordinator, Ministry of Finance

Tomás Kovacevic, Tax Policy Advisor of the Ministry of Finance 

Juan Pablo Navarrete, Tax partner of EY Chile

Lital Haber, Israel Tax Desk, Ernst & Young LLP (US)


Javiera Contreras, Tax leader partner of EY Chile

Closing remarks

Mariela Gonzalez, Ernst & Young LLP, Latin American Business Center New York


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