UF Law Graduate Tax Program represented at seminar in Santiago, Chile
On Oct. 6, Professor Yariv Brauner spoke at a seminar held at the Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago, Chile. The seminar titled, “The concept of the beneficial ownership in the International Tax Treaties,” was co-sponsored by the law faculty at the Universidad Diego Portales and the International Fiscal Association, IFA Chile. Professor Brauner’s talk addressed the limitation on benefits clause in the U.S. Model. Other speakers included Ricardo Escobar, national director of the Internal Revenue Service of Chile and Arturo Garnham, tax law professor at the University Diego Portales and partner in Noguera, Larrain and Dulanto. The moderator for the seminar was Hugo Hurtado, professor of tax law at the University Diego Portales and Universidad Catolica de Chile and graduate of the UF Law LL.M. in International Taxation Program. Professor Brauner was invited by Juan Enrique Vargas, dean of the law faculty at the Universidad Diego Portales and Liselott Kana, president of International Fiscal Association, IFA Chile.