Colombia: Are We Losing Course? (Published by IFC Media)
It is widely known that Colombian taxpayers suffer a tax reform every two years. During the last decade, Colombia’s tax regime has experienced substantial changes involving the taxation of individuals, new reporting requirements, and the implementation of exchange of information mechanisms. Since 2012, all tax reforms have had a significant impact on individuals. This impact has not been considered substantially enough.
Rodrigo Castillo Cottin opened Rimon’s legal practice in Bogota, Rimon’s first Latin American office. He advises multijurisdictional enterprises, financial institutions, and high-net-worth individuals and families on wealth management matters, international tax law, planning, and compliance, inheritance and estate planning, exchange of information, and amnesty programs.
Ana Lopez Murillo is a senior associate located in Rimôn’s Bogota office. Ms. Lopez Murillo concentrates her practice on tax law, trusts and estates. She advises multijurisdictional corporations, financial institutions, high-net-worth individuals and families on domestic and international tax issues, tax planning, tax compliance, inheritance and estate planning, exchange of information, and amnesty programs.
Alejandra Becerra is an associate in Rimôn’s Bogota office. With more than ten years of experience in tax related matters, Ms. Becerra focuses her practice on tax law. She has experience providing consulting and tax planning services for individuals and multinational business in a range of industries including oil and gas, retail, infrastructure, and banking and finance, among others.