Roberta de Lima Romano joined the Firm in 2011 and became partner in 2018. She integrates the Tax practice group, with focus on the administrative tax litigation area, corporate tax consulting, financial transactions taxes (national and international), private banking, corporate tax reorganizations and acquisitions. Mrs Roberta de Lima Romano has a wide breadth of experience in the preparing defenses, resources and consultations before the formal sectors of the Federal Tax Administration. Roberta is also dedicated to the business tax consulting, financial transactions taxes (national and international), private banking, taxation of corporate reorganizations and acquisitions and sports law.
She assists local and multinational clients in the oil segment, automotive, pharmaceutical, food, chemical, telecommunications, agrobusiness, retail services and Sports Law.
She graduated from Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas Law School with a degree in Law, from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (GV Law) with a specialization in Tax Law and she also holds MBA in Tax Management from Fundação Instituto de Pesquisas Contábeis, Atuariais e Financeiras – FIPECAFI.
Trench Rossi Watanabe is awarded the CESA Gender Equality Seal
Trench Rossi Watanabe has received the CESA Gender Equity Seal in the highest category entitled “Highlight”. This award recognizes law firms that have solid Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, taking into consideration several fronts, such as internal commitment, strategic planning, communication and participation rate. With a female majority in leadership for years, this recognition reinforces […]
Ordinance of Ministry of Economy no. 531: Committee to issue and establish binding precedents for the CARF and PGFN (restatement of case law)
On September 29, 2019, the Minister of Economy Mr. Paulo Guedes issued the Ordinance ME no. 531 creating the Federal Tax Administration Committee (“COSAT”), which is liable to issue and establish binding precedents for the Administrative Tax Appeals Council (CARF) and National Treasury’s General Prosecution Office (PGFN). The aforementioned Ordinance does not foresee, in the […]