Hortencia Torres provides strategic guidance in a wide range of complex domestic and international tax matters. Ms. Torres regularly counsels clients on U.S. tax and corporate matters related to business operations, mergers and acquisitions, and sales; U.S. tax issues in domestic and foreign private offerings; U.S. tax considerations related to investments in U.S. real estate; “inversion” structures; hybrid entity arrangements; business expansion into the United States from foreign jurisdictions; advantageous business structures for U.S. tax and estate planning purposes; and U.S. tax matters affecting U.S. taxpayers resident abroad, including compliance with U.S. tax requirements, issues under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), and the U.S. anti-deferral tax regimes such as the controlled foreign corporation (CFC) and passive foreign investment company (PFIC) rules. Ms. Torres’s clients include global corporations, business owners and investors, high-net-worth individuals, and executives of multinational corporations.
In addition to providing expert tax guidance on a global basis, Ms. Torres has also hosted her own radio show, has become a sought-after public speaker regarding complex cross-border tax matters, and has been featured on global televisions shows such as Univision and Telemundo Television (as an expert in taxes and economic matters).
Georgetown University Law Center
University of Virginia
Santa Maria University School of Law
National School of Fiscal Studies
Domestic Tax Compliance, U.S. Cross-Border Tax and In-Bound Regulatory Guidance, International Tax, Strategic Tax Guidance Regarding Cross-Border Investments in Domestic Industries and Acquisitions of U.S. Based Assets