Federico Giordano

Associate 

 

Education

Graduated (cum laude) in Business Administration, University of Urbino, “Carlo Bo”, 2007; Master in Tax Law achieved with full marks, Bocconi University, Milan, 2009; Diploma in International Tax Law, Il Sole 24 Ore, Business School, Milan, 2014; Diploma in Transfer Pricing, Il Sole 24 Ore, Business School, Milan, 2015; Coursera Massive Open Online Course - MOOC, Rethinking International Tax Law, International Tax Centre, Leiden University, 2015;  Diploma in Transfer Pricing, IPSOA Formazione (Wolters Kluwer Group), Milan, 2016.

Study Abroad Programs

Overseas Annual Graduate Exchange Program, The State University of New York at New Paltz (USA), 2006; European Semester Undergraduate Exchange Program, The Nottingham Trent University (UK), 2004.

Membership in Professional Associations

Admitted to the Italian Chartered Accountants Roll in 2011; admitted to the Italian Register of Auditors in 2011; member of the International Fiscal Association - IFA.

Professional Experience

Federico Giordano joined the firm in 2010. He previously worked in Milan from 2008 until 2010 with KStudio Associato, an Italian affiliate of KPMG International. Prior to that, he worked in Milan from 2007 to 2008 with Studio TLS - Associazione Professionale di Avvocati e Commercialisti, a member firm of the PwC Tax & Legal Services international network. In 2017 he was on secondment at WithumSmith+Brown, New York. Holds positions of director and statutory auditor in industrial and commercial companies. Office contact partner of HLB International network. Board member at HLB Italy.

Practice

Domestic and international tax law and tax planning; Corporate Law and Business Contracts.

Languages

Italian, English

Contacts

+39 0721 32075

+39 0721 33367

federico.giordano@marchionnipartners.it

 

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