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Leonardo Braune Taxation


represent our clients’ interests in a completely independent manner. We will work with the client and then with experts in many jurisdictions in order to provide the best and most efficient structure available. One of the firm’s main focuses for 2010 is on wealth


preservation. Our specialists are committed to creating practical solutions and innovative asset management, and working towards a solid relationship and trust with our clients. Our international network of relationships allows


the analysis of the family assets regardless of where the members of the family are located, thus providing targeted solutions to the real situation. With the advice of Intercorp experts, our clients


Brazil taxes both individuals and corporations on a worldwide basis. Therefore proper planning is extremely important for an efficient process. The changes in the international tax regimes have certainly produced a significant impact on Brazil. Proper planning is necessary to continue to be tax efficient since there have been constant and frequent changes in the desperate need to collect more and more tax and therefore taxpayers need to be able to plan ahead. The Intercorp group is a consulting firm specializing


in Tax, Estate Planning and Fiduciary Structures. Our primary purpose is to facilitata the development of projects for our clients. Our job is to define and allocate qualified coordinators, who will act in advisory/consulting. These coordinators have access to an international; network of specialists and are responsible for “playing the role of the client”, clarifying questions and giving suggestions and practical solutions to their problems. Our main office is in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and we have a representative office in Miami, Florida. Our specialists deeply understand the Brazilian Tax


environment as well as the Tax System. Therefore we can help the clients in their tax efficiency program and guide them throughout the process of implementation of any tax planning structure. The key differential for the Intercorp Group is our ability to fully understand clients’ needs and


can design a strategy for financial management, reviewing the main points as succession planning, tax efficiency and optimizing the overall management of the assets. After a careful analysis of needs and interests, our clients outline a strategy plan for clients by offering solutions to manage their assets in accordance with the goals set for each individual or family. Our team of Estate planning, is also committed to


keep their clients updated on the legislative and regulatory changes in Brazil, which could “interfere” in wealth management.


Contact:


Leonardo Braune Managing Director Intercorp Group


Tel: +55 21 3283 5288


Email: leonardo@intercorp.us.com Website: www.intercorp.us.com


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