Salas Rizo Patrón & Margary Abogados Firm Partners
Alfredo Salas Rizo Patrón
Mr. Salas Rizo Patron is one of the founding partners of Salas Rizo Patrón & Margary, responsible for the areas of taxation, customs, investments and trading.
Previously, he served as founding partner of the law firm of Berninzon, Loret de Mola & Benavides Abogados. Additionally, he worked in the tax department of Coleridge & Associates (Arthur Andersen) and the National Superintendence of Tax Administration – SUNAT.
He is a tax law professor at the UPC (Peruvian University of Applied Sciences) and acts as Attorney General of the Peruvian Association of Express Service Companies (APESE) and the Peruvian Association of Computing (APECOMPUTO). He is also Director of the Tax Committee of the Peruvian-American Chamber (AMCHAM PERU).
Mr. Salas has a doctorate in law from the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain; he also has a master’s degree in Taxation and Fiscal Consulting from the Center for Financial Studies in Spain and completed a specialization in Taxation at the University of Lima. He holds a law degree from the University of Lima.
Carlos Margary Brignole
Mr. Margary Brignole is one of the founding partners of Salas Rizo Patrón & Margary, responsible for the areas of labor law, social security, occupational hazards, immigration, arbitration and negotiation & contracts. He was a partner at the law firm Berninzon, Loret de Mola & Benavides Abogados.
He also worked in the Ministry of Labor and Employment promotion (MTPE) as Senior Advisor of the Vice-Ministerial office of employment and served as Chairman of the Multi-Sectoral Committee in charge of proposing measures to improve the working conditions of the Urban and Regional Transport service workers.
Additionally, he represented Peru during the Free Trade Agreement negotiations related to labor topics and was a OAS representative addressing topics related to the Council of Labor Ministries. He has been part of Arbitration Courts in labor matters, for issues related to both the public and private sectors. He has also published several opinion articles in newspapers and magazines specialized in legal topics.
Mr. Margary holds a law degree from the University of Lima and a Doctorate degree from the Complutense University of Madrid. In addition, he has a Certificate of Advanced Studies as Researcher from the same school, and a specialization in Community Labor Law from the Complutense Institute of International Studies.