Armando Cabrera Nolasco
has been with Baker McKenzie since 2004. His practice focuses on transfer pricing and financial valuation. Armando is widely recognised for his work in the negotiation of advance pricing agreements (APAs), mutual agreement procedures (MAPs) and conclusive agreements (CAs), for the prevention and resolution of transfer pricing controversies. He also has extensive experience in valuation of business enterprises and intangible assets for tax and non-tax purposes. An economist by training, Armando regularly writes and publishes articles on transfer pricing matters, and is a frequent speaker at tax-related events. He also teaches on the international transfer pricing programme co-ordinated by the Anahuac University, European Business School and Baker McKenzie.
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