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Luis Carlos Martínez Cardiel

Carlos González Martínez

Omar Le Blanc Solleiro

Víctor Rodolfo Espinosa Romo






Luis Carlos Martínez Cardiel

Studies:

 

  • Bachelor en Judicial Sciences (1989-1994) Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
  • Several graduate studies in taxes and finances

 

Primary competence and business experience:

 

  • 1992-1995: Own business. Luis Carlos dedicated this period to experimenting in different areas of law.
  • 1995-1998: PricewaterhouseCoopers. Since he joined PWC, Luis Carlos was responsible for opening the tax litigation area in this firm.
  • 1998-2001: Arthur Andersen. At Andersen, Luis Carlos was also responsible for beginning the Monterrey office tax litigation area. This is where he consolidated as one of the most prestigious tax advisors in the north of the country.
  • 2001-2004: Deloitte. During this stage, Luis Carlos had great tax and asset planning activities, and participated in a great number of due diligences and tax planning.
  • 2004 to date: Legal Fiscal. In 2004, on account of the large auditing firms’ independence issues, Luis Carlos decided to become independent and open a firm of professionals specialized in tax issues, where he could provide his clients high value added services.

 

Other relevant activities

 

  • Professor in the tax master’s program at the Mexican Finance Executives Institute (2003-2005)
  • Has published articles in prestigious magazines and newspapers (XXX Magazine, El Norte newspaper)
  • Has participated as exhibitor at numerous events organized by the Nuevo León Institute of Public Accountants, the Mexican Institute of Finance Executives, and at firms where he has worked.





Carlos González Martínez

 

Studies:

  • Public Accountant and Auditor (1989-1993) Universidad de Monterrey
  • Several graduate studies in taxes and finances

 

Primary competence and business experience:

 

  • 1992-2001: Arthur Andersen. Carlos began his professional career in the auditing area and one year later incorporated into the tax practice of such firm. Towards the end of 1977, he began specializing in Transfer Pricing and became responsible for opening the first Transfer Pricing practice in Monterrey.
  • 2001-2004: Deloitte. After Andersen had disappeared, Carlos joined Deloitte in 2001. During this period he helped position Deloitte in the northern zone of the country where there was no physical presence of Transfer Pricing services.
  • 2004 – 2007: Ernst & Young. Towards the end of 2004, Carlos joined Ernst & Young, where he became the partner responsible for the Transfer Pricing practice in the northeastern part of the Mexican republic. Here, he continued providing high profile Transfer Pricing advisory to multinational clients.
  • 2007 to date: Legal Fiscal. In 2007 Carlos joined Legal Fiscal, thereby increasing the firm’s portfolio of services, and helped make it different from other local firms.

 

Other relevant activities:

 

  • He participated as an exhibitor at a significant number of events, seminars and courses organized in Mexico and abroad by the firms where he provided his services, as well as for the Nuevo León Public Accountants Institute, the Public Accountants’ College of Mexico, maquila associations, and others.
  • He has written several specialized articles published in prestigious magazines and newspapers.
  • He is coauthor of the book “Medición del Desempeño entre Unidades Relacionadas” (Measurement of Performance among Related Parties), published by the Mexican Institute of Finance Executives.

 





Omar Le Blanc Solleiro

 

Studies:

  • Bachelor in Business Administration by CNEVAL
  • Economics studies at the Universidad Iberoamericana
  • Several graduate studies in taxes and finances

 

Primary competence and business experience:

 

  • 1997-2001: Arthur Andersen. Omar was responsible for beginning this firm’s transfer pricing practice in Mexico City. He acquired international experience at the Arthur Andersen Chicago and New York firms. In 1998, he contributed significantly to the opening of the transfer pricing office in Monterrey. Subsequently, he transferred to this city to set up his residence here permanently.
  • 2001-2007: Deloitte. Omar began working with Deloitte in 2001. During this period, he participated in multinational planning of great magnitude, widening his international experience in transfer pricing and taxes. Omar also supported different clients in transfer pricing audits conducted by the transfer pricing authorities throughout this period.
  • 2007 to date: Legal Fiscal. In 2007, Carlos joined Legal Fiscal, thereby increasing the firm’s service portfolio, and helped make it different from other local firms.

 

Other relevant activities:

 

  • Omar has given conferences, invited by several organizations in different parts of the Republic.
  • He has written articles that have appeared in specialized magazines and the press.




Víctor Rodolfo Espinosa Romo

 

Studies:

 

  • Public Accountant and Auditor (1989-1992) Universidad de Monterrey
  • Several graduate studies in taxes and finances.

 

Primary competence and business experience

  • 1992-1998: PricewaterhouseCoopers. Tax Manager.
  • 1998-2001: Arthur Andersen. Tax Manager
  • 2001-2008: Deloitte. Tax Director. Victor was engaged in many tax and asset planning activities, participating in a great number of due diligences and tax planning.
  • 2008 to date: Legal Fiscal. In 2008, Victor decided to become independent and become part of a firm of professionals specialized in taxes to offer his clients high value added advisory services.

 

Other relevant activities:

 

  • Professor at the Universidad de Monterrey (1995–1999).

 

He has participated as an exhibitor at a great number of events organized by the Nuevo León Institute of Public Accountants, the Maquila Association, Copamex, etc., as well as for the firms he has worked for.