Ricardo Aramburo Williams

Managing Principal - Miami FL Office
Latin America Global Services Leader
Florida - Miami

305.444.8289 / Ext. 20200 Contact

Service Specialties

Industry Expertise

Professional Experience

Ricardo Aramburo Williams is the Managing Principal – Miami Office and Latin America Group Leader of Prager Metis CPAs, a member of Prager Metis International Group. Ricardo has more than 16 years of professional experience.

Prior to joining Prager Metis, Ricardo held positions at EY, Baker McKenzie, and Grant Thornton, where he gained the reputation of being a trusted solution provider for his Clients.  Clients rely on Ricardo to be a single point of contact who leads and coordinates  a wide array of services across multiple jurisdictions. He approaches every matter maintaining personal communication and a trusted relationship with his clients as a priority.

Ricardo’s expertise extends to a variety of industries including Retail and Consumer Products, Contract Manufacturing, Technology, Agribusiness, Real Estate, Hospitality, and High Net Worth.  He is seasoned in assessing technical challenges within and outside of the client’s industry, and in analyzing the operative and tax implications of business set-ups, corporate reorganizations, and M&A transactions for multinational clients. Ricardo brings with him a familiarity in working with teams in the U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Asia.

Ricardo has been a contributor of tax related insights for numerous publications, including Thomson Reuters, Forbes, and publications from professional and commercial associations to which he has been affiliated.  He has served as lecturer and guest speaker at conferences and  workshops in the U.S. and Latin America, he is fluent in English and Spanish.


  • MBA - Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
  • LLM Tax - Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
  • JD – Universidad Panamericana Mexico
  • BA Accounting and Finance – Universidad del Valle de Mexico

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