Adriana Stamato has extensive experience in indirect taxes, tax planning and customs issues. She has been recognized as a leading practitioner in her area by Chambers Global. Ms. Stamato has authored different publications on subjects related to her area, as well as acted as a frequent speaker at key seminars and conferences, in Brazil and abroad.
Ms. Stamato an expert in Brazilian indirect taxes, tax planning and customs issues; also handles issues related wealth management on a regular basis.
Representative Legal Matters
Represents clients engaged in several sector: automotive, chemicals, agribusiness, retailers, hygiene products and services, among others. Has broad experience in analyzing different tax regimes applicable to each different industry. Has assisted clients in evaluating alternatives for their implementing business in Brazil in view of possible tax incentives available, including the Manaus Free Trade Zone.
News, Events and Publications
Regular speaker at tax seminars in Brazil;
Co-author of the books IPI – “Aspectos Jurídicos Relevantes” – Quartier Latin
Publisher, ISS - LC 116/03 and Compensação Tributária - MP Editora.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Brazilian Association Bar - São Paulo
São Paulo (Brazil) - 2000
OAB SP - Nº 173094
Specialization in Tax Law from Centro de Extensão Universitária (CEU) in 2001
Graduated in 1999 from the University of São Paulo School of Law and in 1993 from the Fundação Getúlio Vargas Business School. em 1993.
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