Finally, a woman will remain at the head of the Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP). She is lawyer Florencia Misrahi, a private sector tax specialist who in recent years has worked advising large local and international firms.
The successor of Carlos Castagneto at the head of the collection agency is a lawyer from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and a master's degree in Tax Law from the Austral University. In addition, he completed a course on International Taxation from the International Bureau of Tax Documentation (IBFD).
In his profile on the Linkedin social network, he highlights his experience of more than twenty years in legal and tax consultancy, working for international and law firms.
In addition, he is a specialist in regional tax planning and financing structures with a focus on raw materials, specifically in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia and Paraguay.
Currently, Misrahi has been practicing his profession for seven months as a Partner of the Lisicki Litvin & Associates Law Firm, in the agribusiness sector.
Previously, the specialist served as a member of the board of directors at the multinational company Cargill, dedicated to agribusiness. There he held the position in the Regional Legal, Tax and Customs Advisory; and Tax Planning Audits and Compliance for a period of fifteen years.
AFIP is one of the agencies with the highest staffing: as of September, it had 22,220 people on the payroll.
Misrahi will be tasked with adapting the agency to the reforms under consideration. It transpired that the "Omnibus" bill that Javier Milei will send next week to Congress, for its treatment in extraordinary sessions, would include a section with changes in tax matters and also with the tax on a possible laundering.