Ricardo Seabra Moura is a managing associate in the tax law practice. In this capacity, he provides regular tax assistance in the financial tax area and has been involved jointly with lawyers of the firm’s banking and finance department in many transactions, in Portugal and cross-border, in relation to equity, real estate transactions, classic and innovative debt instruments, securitisation transactions and project finance loans. Ricardo also provides regular assistance to private wealth clients, insurance entities, investment collective undertakings and related investors and has been actively involved in relevant tax disputes on corporate income tax (eg, the well-known “ECJ's Brisal case”) and stamp tax regarding multinational or/and financial companies. Ricardo obtained his law degree at the University of Coimbra Faculty of Law and his postgraduate degree in taxation at ISG Business & Economics School, Lisbon. He also completed the international course "Practical Aspects of International Tax Planning" at IBFD, Amsterdam. He has been an invited speaker on tax matters at postgraduations in Portugal.