Tax - Italy

An integrated, innovative tax practice

We make sense of complex tax systems, enabling you to do business more easily, manage your commercial risk and save money – wherever you are in the world.

Our Italian tax professionals provide you with a full range of strategic tax planning services, advising on structuring affairs and transactions domestically and internationally. We combine innovative tax structuring expertise with the highest quality advisory skills. This gives you a comprehensive cross-border tax service that contributes to your overall financial performance.

All the expertise you need

Our specialists advise on a standalone basis and as an integral part of our full service, working closely with our law firm’s corporate, real estate, investment funds, finance, and commercial practices.

We are widely acknowledged to be experts in this field and have particular experience in the private equity and real estate funds, carried interest schemes, and deals sectors and in the Italian financial instruments tax regime.

Fund managers, corporate clients, financial institutions and high-net-worth individuals benefit from our legal advice on all aspects of tax law. We advise on:

  • Restructuring
  • Spin-offs and mergers
  • Public and private real estate transactions
  • Cross-border mergers and acquisitions
  • Domestic and foreign equity issues
  • Debt financings of domestic and foreign issues
  • Capital markets and banking taxes
  • Employment taxes including share incentives and employee benefits
  • VAT and other indirect taxes
  • Onshore and offshore collective incentive schemes.
"Emidio Cacciapuoti receives plentiful praise from clients, highlighting his forward-thinking approach regarding changes to legislation and his clear and detailed explanations."

Discover our latest insights into legal issues affecting your business

BEPS and the impact on the consumer sector. How will the European Commission’s ambitious anti-tax avoidance package affect businesses?

08 March 2016

The latest developments in the Commission's crackdown on tax sweeteners by Member States.

14 January 2016

Tax partner Stephen Pevsnser discusses the potential impacts, burdens and uncertainty of The Draft Finance Bill 2016 for investment managers.

05 January 2016

The ECJ determines that professional bodies that facilitate the creation and organisation of cartels may be liable under Article 101.

29 October 2015

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