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Natalie Matos

Natalie Matos

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Natalie is highly experienced in tax and social security matters. She handles administrative disputes on a wide array of topics heard at Brazil’s Administrative Council for Tax Appeals (Carf).


Natalie also advises local and foreign clients from numerous industries on the Brazilian Federal Revenue’s tax inspection procedures, as well as matters related to obtaining tax clearances, amnesties and tax transactions.


Bachelor of Laws – University of São Paulo (USP);
Specialization in Tax Law – Instituto Brasileiro de Direito Tributário(IBDT);
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Taxation – University of Florida;
Master’s Degree in Tax Law – Universidade de São Paulo (USP).

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Mattos Filho in the media

With Natalie Matos
The Latin American Lawyer | Iberian Lawyer

Mattos Filho promotes seven lawyers to its partnership

Mattos Filho has announced seven lawyers have been promoted to the firm’s partnership. The new partners work across six different practice areas: litigation & arbitration, finance, asset management services & investment funds, infrastructure & energy, corporate/M&A, and tax.

Six of the seven new partners are women. In the last five years, internal partner promotions at the firm have been practically even in terms of men (31) and women (29) – 52% and 48%, respectively.

Click here and read the article on The Latin American Lawyer.

Latin Lawyer

Mattos Filho promotes seven to partner

Brazilian Elite firm Mattos Filho has promoted seven associates to partner across several practice areas, just weeks after Pedro Whitaker de Souza Dias took the helm as the firm’s managing partner.

The lawyers joined the firm’s senior rank today. Joana Pimentel, Maria Fernanda Fidalgo, Ligia Godoy, Natália Mauad, Marcelo Guimarães and Natalie Matos are based in São Paulo, whilst Natália de Santis works at the firm’s Rio de Janiero outpost. The firm now counts 144 partners and increases the number of women in its senior rank to 36.1%. According to the LL250 Performance Index, women make up on average 40.4% of partnerships in Brazil.

Click here and read the article on Latin Lawyer.

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