Bruno Sartori has advised banks, industries and multinational enterprises in due diligence processes, corporate and commercial taxation, as well as in M&A transactions. He has advised clients in strategic tax and litigation proceedings in both the administrative and judicial spheres.
Bruno headed the compliance and commercial taxation department at one of General Electric’s companies in Brazil and focused on transactions involving commercial taxation, stock option plans and taxation of software and new technologies in Brazil and abroad. Prior to joining Souza Mello e Torres, Bruno gathered experience at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), General Electric, at GE Transportation) and Azevedo Sette Advogados.
Bruno Sartori has published several academic papers and books on different matters involving tax law, such as international taxation, foreign investment, Brazilian tax reform, taxation of software and new technologies, transfer pricing and thin capitalisation.
Practice areas: tax and social security.
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