Rodrigo Stein has in-depth experience in the field of corporate tax and draws widespread praise for his work on transfer pricing, international taxation and foreign investment matters.
Rodrigo Stein leads the international tax group of KPMG in Chile. Together with his team of more than 15 attorneys and other professionals, he provides tax advice to multinationals as well as Chile-based companies with a focus on several economic sectors including mining, shipping, infrastructure and digital economy businesses.
His experience over almost 20 years includes work on tax treaties, permanent establishment, foreign tax credits, controlled foreign corporation and thin capitalisation matters related to investment structuring, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and tax litigation.
Since joining KPMG in 2010 he has contributed in developing a professional practice that today is consistently featured among the strongest in Chile by Chambers and Partners, The International Tax Review and other international publications. Before joining KPMG, Mr Stein was a senior associate of the tax practice at Carey, Chile’s largest law firm. From 1999 to 2006 he worked at Ernst & Young, where he spent two years as the Chilean desk in EY’s New York office.
Rodrigo obtained his law degree from Universidad de Chile. He also holds a LLM in international taxation from New York University School of Law and an advanced professional certificate in law and business from NYU’s Stern School of business, where he graduated in 2005. He is admitted to practise law in Chile and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2006.
In addition to his work with KPMG, Mr Stein is a member of the International Fiscal Association and the advisory practice council of the international tax programme at NYU’s School of Law.