Rosso Alba, Cristian E.


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Mr Rosso Alba has been consistently ranked as leading tax advisor by International Who´s Who (2011), Chambers and Partners (2010), International Tax Review (2006-2011), PLC Which Lawyer, among other publications. The tax department that he heads has been labeled as tier one by International Tax Review in several surveys of 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, as well as Band one Tax Practice for Chambers & Partners 2010.

Cristian Rosso Alba has a well recognizad experience in Tax Law, with particular emphasis in domestic and international tax planning, restructurings, reorganizations and international business transactions.

Before leading the Tax Law practice of Rosso Alba, Francia & Asociados, he was a partner and creator of the Tax Law practice at Hope, Duggan & Silva. He was a foregein associate at the Chicago office of Mayer, Brown & Platt (1994-1995).

Mr. Rosso Alba has served as professor of Tax Law at the Universidad Católica Argentina; visiting professor at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, School of Economics, professor of Tax Law at Universidad Austral and professor of postgraduate courses a Universidad Torcuato Di Tella.

Additionally, Mr. Rosso Alba has been a regular lecturer in the United States and speaker in domestic and international tax conferences.

He is member of the American Bar Association (ABA), Harvard Club of Argentina, the Canadian Tax Foundation and the Advisory Board of the Argentine Chamber of Commerce. He is the Argentine representative of the Harvard Law School Association.


Corporate Law, Corporate Governance & Compliance
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LL.M, Harvard Law School (Thesis nominated to the Laylin Prize), 1994
Harvard Certificate in International Taxation, Harvard Law School/J.F. Kennedy School of Government (Best Thesis Award), 1994
Masters in Taxation, Buenos Aires University School of Economics (highest grade point average in history of program), 1993
Abogado, University of Buenos Aires Law School, 1987

Bar Admissions

Buenos Aires, 1987