Nathalie joined LEĜA in 2001, and she specializes in international taxation, which combines her knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) applicable to tax law, and her knowledge of the foreign exchange regime. Nathalie is based in Spain, where she tends to clients all over Europe.
Sources state that Nathalie Rodriguez ”…assists clients in a friendly manner and she is very professional. She keeps a close relationship with them.
Source: Chambers Latin America. 2018.
Financial Law Specialist. Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, Venezuela, 2006.
Law Degree. Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, Venezuela, 2001.
Bar Association of the Capital District.
Venezuelan Association of Tax Law (Board of Directors 2015-2017)
International Bar Association (Reporter)
Advisor of national and international clients in international taxation, national, and municipal taxes.
Day-to-day management of fiscal burdens and effects of commercial operations of clients in the pharmaceutical, agricultural, food and services sectors.
In the international taxation area, she has participated in the design and implementation of restructuring layouts to obtain efficient tax burdens by applying the advantages offered by treaties signed by Venezuela to avoid double taxation, efficiently managing the most convenient offshore structures.
Assistance to clients in connection with the tax effects of e-commerce operations.
Tax advisor of startups looking to expand their business internationally.
Nathalie has been a speaker in numerous national and international conferences specialized in taxes and organized by professional associations, national and bi-national chambers, such as the American Bar Association, the International Bar Association, and Lex Mundi, among others.
She has been recognized by Chambers Latin America and The Legal 500 in the tax area.
Nathalie has authored and co-authored several works published by the Venezuelan Association of Tax Law (AVDT) and the Latin American Institute of Tax Law (ILADT); and she has authored the Venezuelan tax chapter of the Getting the Deal Through series.