Ms. Uribe is Freeman Law’s international tax consultant with more than a decade of professional experience in Mexican taxation and international tax advisory matters. She maintains a particular focus on acquisitions (including due diligence), transfers, mergers, spin-offs, and various corporate reorganizations. Ms. Uribe is experienced with cross-border transactions, including advising clients with respect to federal and state tax obligations in Mexico; the application of international tax treaties and the avoidance of double taxation, including permanent establishment status; complex international tax strategies; expatriate compensation plans; and tax audits.
Ms. Uribe received her law degree from the Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey, in Monterrey, Mexico, where she graduated with honors, and she holds a Master’s in Law in International Taxation from Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), in Vienna, Austria. For her Master Thesis, Ms. Uribe published the article “Taxation of Capital Gains: The Substantial Participation Clause in Article 13(5)” in Special Features of the UN Model Convention. Ms. Uribe is licensed to practice law in Mexico.
Ms. Uribe is a member of the International Fiscal Association and has participated as a speaker in several Mexican and international tax conferences. She holds a certification in Management from the Harvard Business School’s ManageMentor Program.