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August 10, 2021

Wednesday, 15 September 2021 | LatAm Quarterly Tax Update (3:30 pm BST)

The last quarter has brought significant tax developments to Latin America: Argentina enacted a new tax reform, while the Governments of Brazil, Chile and Colombia have each filed tax bills before their Congresses. The Mexican government has also announced a tax reform that could be filed before the Congress within the next few months. Additionally, in Mexico, changes to the outsourcing regime have recently been implemented, the impact of which must be carefully assessed and, if necessary, addressed. Judicial and tax authorities in Chile and Peru have issued rulings that are of interest to foreign investors, and in Colombia, the Constitutional Court has approved the treaty between Colombia and Italy.

Given the wide scope of tax developments in the region, European companies with an interests in Latin America should gain an understanding of recent and imminent changes to taxation and how they impact their operations in the region.

For this reason, the EY EMEIA Latin American Business Centre for EMEIA is pleased to invite you to the webcast that will take place Wednesday, 15 September between 3:30 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. BST. The session will be led by Tax partners and senior managers from our Business Center, who will discuss and analyze the changes and consider their effects on companies and investors in Latin America.


El último trimestre ha traído desarrollos significativos en tema fiscal a América Latina: Argentina promulgó una nueva reforma tributaria, mientras que los Gobiernos de Brasil, Chile y Colombia han presentado proyectos de reforma tributaria ante sus Congresos. El gobierno mexicano también ha anunciado una reforma tributaria, que podría ser presentada al Congreso en los próximos meses. Además, en México, se han implementado cambios al régimen de subcontratación, cuyos impactos deben ser evaluados y, de ser necesario, abordados de forma oportuna. ha traído nuevos desafíos a las empresas que deben ser abordados. Las autoridades judiciales y tributarias de Chile y Perú han emitido sentencias que son de interés para los inversionistas extranjeros, y en Colombia la Corte Constitucional aprobó el Convenio para Evitar la Doble Imposición Fiscal suscrito con Italia.

Considerando el amplio alcance de los avances en materia tributaria en la región, las empresas europeas con interés en Latinoamérica deben entender los cambios más recientes e inminentes y cómo impactan sus operaciones en la región.

Por tal motivo, el Centro de Negocios Latinoamericano de EY para EMEIA se complace en invitarlo al webcast que tendrá lugar el próximo miércoles 15 de septiembre entre las 3:30 p.m. y 4:45 p.m. BST. La sesión será liderada por los Socios y Senior Manager del Centro de Negocios quienes discutirán y analizarán los cambios y considerarán sus efectos en empresas e inversionistas de América Latina.


Date: Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Time: 15:30–16:45 BST; 10:30-11:45 EDT New York; 7:30–8:45 PDT Los Angeles

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