CELIA Alliance welcomes Maisto e Associati – Italian tax specialist

10 February 2012 |
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Abbiss Cadres is delighted to announce that specialist Italian tax practice, Maisto e Associati has joined its international CELIA Alliance.

Maisto e Associati focuses on rendering advice and assistance on Italian and international tax issues. With clients that include 9 of the top 20 Fortune companies, the firm has been constantly ranked as one of Italy’s top tax firms by industry surveys. Maisto e Associati advises large multinational corporations in industries such as banking, manufacturing, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, real estate and also has a strong reputation in the fashion industry.

Established 20 years ago and headquartered in Milan, Maisto e Associati has offices in both Rome and London. The multi-disciplinary team comprise highly experienced lawyers and accountants with a legal background.

Abbiss Cadres runs the CELIA Alliance having founded it in 2009.

Maisto e Associatiā€™s first CELIA articles:

New income tax surcharge on stock option payments and variable compensation for managers of financial entities and clarifications on scope issued

New deduction rules for share based compensation plans of Italian enterprises adopting IAS/IFRS

For further information or to discuss any of the issues raised, please contact Riccardo Michelutti and/or Luca Formica on +39 02 776931 and +44 (0) 20 73740299.

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