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Stefano Giuliano

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Stefano Giuliano is a partner in the Rome office and a member of the tax practice.  He joined the firm in 2017.

He mainly carries out consultancy in the field of tax and corporate affairs. His areas of specialization include:

  • tax and corporate law aspects of domestic and cross border M&A transactions;
  • transfer pricing policies and documentation as well as procedures to prevent or resolve the relevant disputes (advance pricing agreements and mutual agreement procedures);
  • international taxation in general, including issues relevant to residence and the transfer of residence from or to Italy, the taxation of Italian permanent establishments of companies’ resident abroad and the taxation of foreign permanent establishments of companies resident in Italy, the application of bilateral treaties to avoid double taxation and of the EU directive on the taxation of dividends, interest and royalties, anti-tax haven rules, CFC rules and foreign tax credit issues;
  • the application of VAT in cross border transactions as well as in the real estate industry and in the financial sector;
  • the tax implications driven by the digitalization of the economy.

He teaches in several postgraduate courses and regularly speaks at national and international conferences.


Italian, English, Spanish


- Member of the Italian “Ordine Dottori Commercialisti” (Certified Public Accountants)
- Enrolled with the Registry of “Revisori Legali” (Certified Auditors)
- Member of IFA - International Fiscal Association
- Member of the International Tax Committee of the Register of Professional Accountants of Rome



Within: Tax

CMS is 'highly professional, flexible and available to support clients at any time'. Widely respected for international tax matters and tax disputes, the practice has also developed expertise in digital economy-related tax implications. Stefano Chirichigno assisted HP Italy with the tax evaluation of its acquisition of Samsung Electronics' printer business. Giuseppe Ascoli heads the Italian tax department, Giovanni Calì is 'really impressive', and Beatrice Fimiani and Fabrizio Alimandi are notable counsels. Berardo Lanci was made partner and former GE oil and gas tax director Stefano Giuliano was hired in 2017.

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