Luis Felipe Munoz is an International Tax Partner in PwC Mexico. He joined PwC Mexico in June 2000. As part of his international experience he has been seconded to PwC Spain twice: from 2004 to 2007 and from 2012 to 2015, being a member of the PwC Europe’s Latin American Centre of Excellence (LACoE) where he led the Mexican Desk.
Luis Felipe has extensive experience serving large multinational clients in a variety of industries, being the International Tax Partner responsible for the North-Central region in Mexico.
Luis Felipe’s academic qualifications include an LLM Degree in Taxation and Administrative Law from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2004) and an LLB Degree from the Universidad Panamericana, Faculty of Law (2000) in Mexico City. He is a Lawyer admitted to practice law in Mexico since 2000 and member of the Mexican Bar Association and its Fiscal Committee.
Luis Felipe is a frequent contributor of articles to international tax magazines and guest lecturer of International Tax and the Case Method at several Universities in Mexico.