Bartolomé Homar Mas is a tax expert. He works at Canosa Abogados and currently advises families and companies on all types of tax issues.
Bartolomé read law at the University of Buenos Aires where he graduated with honors in 2000. He then studied in the United Kingdom where he took an LL.M. at the University of East Anglia in 2003. He also took postgraduate courses in Public Finance and Taxation, University of El Salvador, Buenos Aires, a postgraduate course on Tax Law at the Austral University and a postgraduate course on Oil and Gas Law, University of Buenos Aires (2009-2010).
He is a member of the Buenos Aires Bar Association, the Argentine Fiscal Association and the International Bar Association, the Buenos Aires Oil Club, and the Neuquén Bar Association.
He has authored “Bankruptcy regulations in Argentina” (Butterworths, Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, Vol 24, No 09, October 2009), “VAT recovery procedures take effect” (Tax Notes International – Tax Analysts, August 28, 2006), “Comments on General Resolution 2000” (Sweet & Maxwell, Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation, Vol 21, Issue 12, 2006), “Inflows from abroad” (Sweet & Maxwell, Juridical International Business Law Review, 2006), “Binding Consultation on transfer of tax credits” (Sweet & Maxwell, Juridical International Business Law Review, Issue 2, 2006), “General Resolution (AFIP) 1942/2005” (Sweet & Maxwell, 2005), and “New incentives for the Oil and Gas Industry” (Sweet and Maxwell, 2005).