About the Author
Randall has over 18 years of experience in tax law. He currently leads EY Central America regional practice that specialises in controversy, tax policy and tax litigation. He has a broad experience in the management and development of defence strategies for complex tax litigation cases at the administrative and judicial level. Randall’s expertise includes the coordination and management of relations with tax authorities (including tax courts), as well as addressing tax inquiries for international companies in a variety of economic sectors, including industry, real estate, finance, banking, retail, services and tourism.
Randall joined EY in 2010, and prior to that he worked at another Big Four for 10 years.
Randall holds an LLM in international taxation from Levin College of Law, University of Florida; and a master's in tax advisory from Universidad para la Cooperación Internacional. He holds a law degree from the University of Costa Rica.
He is an active member of the Legal Affairs Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce of Costa Rica (AMCHAM), as well as co-chair of the tax committee of that same chamber. He participates in the Committee of Tax Affairs of the Costa Rican Chamber of Food Industry (CACIA) and is part of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), Costa Rica chapter.