Luis is EY Global Tax Controversy Leader and Transfer Pricing Leader with extensive advisory experience in international tax, transfer pricing, and tax policy and controversy issues. He has worked in Asia since 2005.
He advises companies on the negotiation of bilateral advance pricing agreements and tax resolutions with authorities around the world. Before relocating to Asia, Luis spent several years serving domestic and multinational companies in Latin America.
He is a member of the International Fiscal Association and the Bloomberg BNA Transfer Pricing Advisory Board.
Luis has a bachelor’s degree in International Trade and Customs (Honors) from Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico; and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California, US.
How Luis is building a better working world
“The global transfer pricing and tax controversy landscape is increasingly complex, requiring companies to navigate considerable changes such as new proposals to update tax policies for the digital age. In this fluid environment, I seek to bring my broad cross-border experience to bear in helping companies respond proactively and comprehensively to the growing tax risks.”