Juan Ignacio Fraschini

Juan Ignacio Fraschini

Address Details

WTC Free Zone, Luis Bonavita 1294 11100 Montevideo Uruguay Uruguay
Telephone: + 598 2622 6623 Fax: + 599 2 9089 272 E-mail: juan.ignacio.fraschini@corptax.org

Personal Resume

Juan Ignacio Fraschini studied law at the University of Uruguay and has a master degree in tax law from the University of Konstanz in Germany. In 1997 he joined Uruguay XXI, the Uruguayan Investment & Exports Promotion Agency, where he advised foreign investors and Uruguayan companies on business and taxation issues. In 1999 he joined the law firm Falchetti & Fraschini and in 2002 the firm Fraschini & Associates, where he currently runs the Corporate & Tax Department, advising domestic and international clients on Uruguayan as well as international tax planning issues and structures.

Since 2006 Juan Ignacio is an assistant professor of Tax Law and teaches International Taxation at the University of Montevideo. In 2007 he became the local partner for Uruguay of the consulting & transfer pricing fi rm EnterPricing. He is author and co-author of several articles on domestic and international tax issues. In 2007 he was designated IFA Branch Reporter to the Subject 2 of the Kyoto Congress and he was recently designated to write the Report on Subject 1 of the 2010 Congress in Rome. Juan Ignacio speaks English and German fluently .


More information about Uruguay

Uruguay, officially the Oriental Republic of Uruguay (Spanish: República Oriental del Uruguay), is a country located in the southeastern part of South America. It is home to some 3.5 million people, of whom 1.4 million live in the capital Montevideo and its metropolitan area. An estimated 88% of the population are of European descent.Uruguay's only land border is with Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to the north. To the west lies the Uruguay River, to the southwest lies the estuary of Río de la Plata, with Argentina only a short commute across the banks of either of these bodies of water, while to the southeast lies the southern part of the Atlantic Ocean. Uruguay is one of the most economically developed countries in South America, with a high GDP per capita and the 50th highest quality of life in the world. The economy is largely based on agriculture (making up 10% of GDP and the most substantial export) and the state sector. (Source: Wikipedia)

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