Francisco de Sousa da Câmara
is a senior partner who has headed the tax teams in Lisbon and Madeira for more than two decades. He specialises in complex tax litigation involving domestic and international tax issues, and focuses on handling files in all type of courts and leading different teams. He is also an arbitrator recognised by Centro de Arbitragem Administrativa (CAAD), where tax arbitration is conducted. Francisco also advises high net worth individuals and family office businesses and structures. He has notably been involved in drafting tax legislation, including the General Tax Law, the Proceedings and Procedure Tax Code, and a project for a wealth tax reform. Francisco regularly contributes to several tax-focused publications in Portugal and abroad, being a correspondent for European Taxation and International Tax Notes.
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