Alberto Trabucchi is a tax advisor with more than 20 years' experience in business taxation and international tax law, mainly focusing on the tax aspects of IAS/IFRS-adopters, banks and other financial entities, financial instruments, transfer pricing and M&A. He also provides assistance to domestic and international groups in case of tax controversy and in order to submit tax rulings to the Italian Tax Authorities.
He is an equity partner of SCGT – Studio di Consulenza Giuridico-Tributaria, a law firm specialized in tax matters that he founded in 2006, after lengthy experience in the tax offices of KPMG, Arthur Andersen and Assonime (the Association of Italian Joint Stock Companies). Currently, SCGT numbers more than 50 professionals with offices in Rome, Milan and Turin.
Alberto is a registered chartered accountant and statutory auditor. He is a delegate to the national committee of CNDCEC responsible for tax matters, the Italian delegate to the European Tax Adviser Federation ETAF, the head of IAS/IFRS-adopter committee of ODCEC (Rome branch). He is a member of IFA – International Tax Association and CFE-Tax advisers Europe.
He sits on numerous committees, very often involved in supporting Italian public authorities in the adoption of new tax law and regulations or in the implementation of EU directives in Italy.
He is statutory auditor of several companies and public entities; he has also been the statutory auditor for the Italian Revenue Agency.
He has lectured at various public and private institutions, including Bocconi and Bicocca (Milan) and Luiss (Rome) and is often asked to act as speaker and moderator in seminars and conferences on tax matters.
He is co-author of the top-rated commentary on Italian income tax law "Le imposte sui redditi nel Testo Unico", Giuffré, editions 2010-2020, as well as the texts "L'attività di controllo sul consolidato nazionale", IPSOA, 2006, and "Fiscalità d'impresa e reati tributari", Il Sole 24 Ore, 2000, and is the author of numerous articles in specialist publications.
Born in Rome on October 20, 1970, he graduated cum laude in Economics at LUISS (1995). Following his graduation, he studied at the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation in Amsterdam (International Tax Law) and at the Center for Educational Studies in Chicago (Master in US/International Tax Law).