The economic climate and growing international cooperation in the fight against tax evasion, have had a significant impact on tax inspections, which have grown in number but have become increasingly targeted, and which increasingly concern issues of international taxation. Transfer pricing adjustments and disputes regarding cross-border transactions are increasingly common.
In order to deal effectively with the questions raised by the financial authorities, the Firm uses the services of a team of advisers with considerable expertise in national and international taxation, and with the ability to handle relations with the public administration with due sensitivity.
The Firm’s professionals assist leading national and international operators in all dealings with the financial authorities. They assist clients during inspections and investigations; they also assist them in preparing requests for rulings (including international rulings), in the compliance analysis for the purposes of Law 231/2001, in amicable settlement/mutual agreement procedures, and in arbitration proceedings. The Firm also has consolidated recognised experience in assisting and representing clients in jurisdictional proceedings that may involve tax issues and the related criminal charges, in particular before Tax Tribunals, the Courts, the Courts of appeal, the Supreme Court of Cassation, the Constitutional Court, the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights.
The Firm has significant experience in advance pricing agreements (APA) and mutual agreement procedures (MAP) for international clients.
The Firm assists Clients in tax settlements on the occasion of insolvency procedures.