Federico Trutalli > ADVANT Nctm > Milan, Italy > Lawyer Profile

ADVANT Nctm
VIA AGNELLO 12
20121 MILAN
Italy

Work Department

Tax

Position

Equity Partner. Federico Trutalli is a tax specialist focusing on taxation of corporate groups at both national and international level, M&A e Private Equity, besides advising on employment and incentive plan matters.

He provides tax advice to Italian and international multinational groups in the sector of telecommunications, energy and real estate as well as to banks and private equity funds. 

As an expert in international tax and extraordinary transactions, he not only provides tax litigation services but also handles the pre-litigation stage and assists in the negotiation of tax settlements, including in connection with non-recurring investigations and assessments.

Career

Has been working over the recent 25 year with leading law firms in Milan and London. From 2001 to date is a partner of the law firm Nctm Studio Legale in Milan acting as tax adviser to Italian and foreign multinationals, primarily in TLC, energy and real estate, as well as banks and private equity funds. Coordinator of Nctm’s Tax Department.

Languages

Italian, English.

Memberships

Italian Institute of Chartered Accountants, Register of Milan, 2007.

Italian Institute of Chartered Accountants, Register of Sondrio, 1995.

Education

Master’s Degree in Tax Law, Università L. Bocconi, Milan, 1995.

Law in Economics, Università L. Bocconi, Milan, 1994.

Lawyer Rankings

Italy > Tax

(Leading individuals)

Federico TrutalliADVANT Nctm

Fielding both lawyers and qualified accountants, ADVANT Nctm has a strong track record in assisting with cross-border issues, tax structuring and tax litigation. Department head Federico Trutalli’s expertise includes telecoms and real estate-related tax planning for M&A deals and group reorganisations; and Piermauro Carabellese specialises in international tax, M&A structuring and tax litigation. Other notable tax experts are Barbara Aloisi, Paolo Agnesi, Manfredi Luongo, Guido Martinelli and Paolo Rampulla.