Our firm is a member of Affinitas, an alliance based in Latin America composed of independent firms and leaders in each of the countries where they operate: Barros & Errázuriz (Chile) Gómez-Pinzón (Colombia), Mijares, Angoitía, Cortés & Fuentes SC (Mexico) and Miranda & Amado (Peru).

Since its creation in 2004, Affinitas has been considered the most prominent network in the region due to the importance of the firms that comprise it, all belonging to the main economies that make up the Pacific Alliance, which has led it to be recognized as the regional leader of networks of legal firms in Latin America (2020) by the prestigious publication, Chambers & Partners.

The central and consolidated position of each firm, in its own country, gives advantages to local and international clients seeking to develop in the region. The consultancy of excellence offered to Affinitas clients includes the regulatory framework, the social and institutional context of each country, as well as vast experience in all sectors of the economy, which is essential for business success.
It is the first “Regional Team” formed by first class law firms in the four most important countries in Latin America, developing a special capacity to work together and provide an integrated service to its clients.

This is only possible thanks to the level of trust and mutual learning achieved in more than a decade of relations, in addition to the fact that the four firms were founded with a similar vision and work ethic.

We are part of Taxand, founded on March 7, 2005 for the purpose of responding to the market demand in the tax area provided by independent professionals of any external audit service, offering its clients access to specialized and independent tax consultants worldwide.

Today, Taxand is an international network that has more than 400 partners, offices in more than 50 countries, and more than 2,000 professionals dedicated to tax issues, who provide high quality integrated tax services worldwide. In South America, Taxand is present in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela.