67 Avenida Sur, Pasaje 2 #33
Colonia Escalón, San Salvador
PBX: (503) 2245-3800
a Japanese law school.
After returning from Japan in 1999, he has been involved with various organizations, working as legal counsel and advisor (including local firms), being active in issues related to corporate practice incorporating local and foreing corporations, tax planning, labor law counseling and assitance in immigration procedures for individuals and foreign companies (in particular Japanese and other Asian entrepreneurs and companies). Due to his expertise in international trade, he was invited by the El Salvador Chamber of Commerce, to serve as advisor to the AFIS program, to develop exportation programs for Salvadoran companies, and has recently worked as project advisor for institutions of the government of El Salvador.He served also as legal advisor to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) office in El Salvador, from 2000 to 2011. His experience also includes his work with Miami based firm Ferrell Schultz as foreign attorney in 2003. In the academic field, he has worked as professor International Trade and Tax Law at the Corporate and Business LLM program of Universidad Centroamericana. Mr. Ventura was member of the International Bar Association (IBA) from 2001 to 2005. He is also member of the Salvadoran Alumni Association of Japan, serving as Vicepresident of the Board for the period 2014-2016.
Languages: Spanish, English, and Japanese.
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He has collaborated with many organizations, from a small local company or business men, to multinational corporations, delivering financial studies, accounting reports or audit process (in particular, compliance audit). He has also been professor of Accounting and Auditing at Universidad Tecnologica, and is normally on demand in entrepreneurship courses.
Mr. Perez is member of the Accounting Cooperative of El Salvador, and of the Salvadoran Accounting Institute. He is also member of the Camara Junior.
Languages : Spanish.
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Graduated from the Accounting School of Universidad Tecnologica in 1999. Mr. Perez has also obtained a Master in Finance from the same university in 2004. He has worked in the accounting office Hernandez Gonzalez y Asociados, starting then his own office, Rivera Vasquez Auditores in 2002, now RV&V Consultores.
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Mr. Ventura obtained his law degree from Universidad Centroamericana in 1994, and was authorized as attorney at law and notary public in 1995. He also obtained a LLM in International Economic and Business Law from Kyushu University, Japan (1998), thanks to a Monbusho scholarship from the Japanese government received in 1996, focusing his research in transnational law, investment flows to developing countries and WTO agreements. While in Japan, he was an intern at Kuriki & Uchida law firm sponsored by the Fukuoka Bar Association. Mr. Ventura is up to date the only Salvadoran attorney educated in
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Diana María Marroquín. Attorney at Law / Notary Public. Ms. Marroquín is a specialist in corporate issues and financial law operations, having previously worked in the Financial System Superintendent, particularly in equity and approval procedures of financial institutions.
Rolando Aquino. Authorized as CPA/Auditor. Mr. Aquino is primarily responsible for auditing processes (both external and statutory). He has worked in previous years in the Ministry of Finance, allowing an expertise in analyzing possible contingencies to be face before regulatory authorities.
José Luis Benítez. Mr. Benitez is responsible for accounting processes. His experience has been accumulated mainly in the private sector with one of the largest companies in El Salvador, so he is a connoisseur of the most complex accounting processes.