is a partner at Morais Leitão who specialises in tax law, with a focus on domestic and international taxation, both in consulting and in dispute resolution. He co-ordinates dedicated teams advising clients on cross-border transactions and transfer pricing, taking advantage of his knowledge of Angolan and Mozambican taxation. Bruno is also very active in the area of tax disputes and arbitration, covering income taxes, value-added tax, property taxes as well as stamp duty on financial operations; and in administrative, judicial and penalties proceedings. Bruno represents clients from sectors including financial services, oil and gas, energy, real estate and construction, media and advertising, and pharmaceuticals, as well as private clients.
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