Fischer y Cia. is a modern and efficient firm, that maintains its recognized national and international leadership in Tax practice. With a team that provides highly innovative, comprehensive, precise and business-oriented solutions. We create long-term relationships with our clients, based on nearness, understanding, trust that delivers a tailored advice, for every particular need and requirement.
Likewise, the Business area allows to grant a vision and comprehensive legal advice and accompany our clients in all aspects related to corporate legal requirements, with a commercial focus and suitable to the business strategies presented. Correspondingly, the Merges & Acquisitions, and Banking & Finance area advises on the broad scope of transactions for the acquisition of companies and assets, mergers, divisions, reorganizations and, in general, in all related operations as well as in the processes of financing of the same, whether these are banks, through capital markets or private.
As well, we have a tax litigation team that handles complex and high-profile matters, with conflict resolution focus, and that in recent years has achieved important milestones and agreements that confirm its business emphasis.
We offer the compromise and talent of a legally sound, unified and solid team of excellence, prepared to respond creatively, efficiently and proactively to the challenges that arise.
- Partners awarded by international legal asociations 100% 100%
- Women in our team 48% 48%
- Legal Team 43% 43%
- Tax Compliance and Accounting team 32% 32%
- Members of our team with studies abroad 29% 29%
- Postgraduate 41% 41%
Tax Compliance and Accounting
General Corporate Advisory
Transactions: Merges & Acquisitions and Banking & Finance
Chamber of Deputies approved indications to the bill that reduces or eliminates exemptions and incorporated annual wealth tax
On December 21st, 2021, , the Executive presented a bill that reduces or eliminates tax exemptions in order to finance the Universal Guaranteed Pension ("PGU"), proposing in general terms to eliminate exemptions, such as those established for the highest amounts obtained for...
Diario Financiero publishes today the opinion column of our Tax associate, Lucas Ortega, on the effects of the acquisition and loss of tax domicile that the Chilean IRS regulated at the end of 2021 with circular 63/2021. To read the column, here.
Yesterday, December 28th, 2021, the Internal Revenue Service published extraordinary Official Letter 3748/2021, through which it simplifies, for natural persons, the determination of the tax result obtained in the sale of financial instruments located outside of Chile,...
It is expected that one of the first projects that will enter Congress together with the start of the new Gabriel Boric government will be the tax reform that, among others, will seek to establish a wealth tax, modify exemptions, contributions to real estate and combat tax...