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Marco Graziani has extensive experience in all areas of taxation. He is actively involved in the structuring of sophisticated M&A, financing and real estate deals, as well as in the establishment of many complex fund structures. As a litigator and former officer of the Tax Police, he has developed practical skills to regularly assist multinational enterprises in efficiently managing relationships with the tax authorities, from negotiating rulings and APAs, to representing them in tax audits, settlements and appeals. His clients also include HNWIs, trusts and family offices seeking bespoke advice about the preservation and planning of their wealth.
Partner in Legance since 2008. Previously Senior Associate, Chiomenti Studio Legale, Rome and Milan (2005 – 2007) and Di Tanno e Associati, (1998 – 2005).
Officer of the Italian Tax Police (Guardia di Finanza) 1997 – 1998.
Lecturer, “Real Estate Taxation”, Master in Corporate Finance & Banking, LUISS Business School, Rome, Italy (2012 – 2020)
Member of the Perugia Bar (Italy), since 2000
Admitted to practice before the Supreme Court and the Highest Jurisdictions and EU Courts since 2013.
Marco Graziani has been invited as an expert and teacher in post-graduate master courses and in many seminars, including workshops in International tax law organised by the Italian revenue authorities.
He is the author of articles published in Italian and international legal reviews; among others, the chapters “Italy” in Getting The Deal Through – Risk and Compliance, 2017 and the chapter “Fundraising - Italy” in The Private Equity Review, 8th Edition, 2019 as well as the chapter “Italy” in International Comparative Legal Guide to: Alternative Investment Funds 2019.
He is a frequent speaker and panelist in international conferences. Among others, he has chaired a session on “The Impact of International Accounting Standards in Tax Reporting” at the joint ABA/IBA (American Bar Association / International Bar Association) 6th U.S. European Tax Planning Strategies Conference held in Rome on March 2006 and has been a panelist on “The Tax Implications of Hedge Fund Investments” at the International Annual Conference of the IBA (Chicago, September 2006) and a speaker in the workshop on “European Continental Fund Structures” at the 9th IBA Annual International Conference on Private Investment Funds (London, March 2008).
Italian, English, French and Spanish
Tax Real Estate Lawyer of the Year
Legalcommunity Tax Awards
University of London, London, United Kingdom
LL.M., Tax Law
2001 - 2002
Academy of the Italian Tax Police (Guardia di Finanza)
1997 - 1997
Università “LUISS – Guido Carli”, Rome, Italy
Law Degree, maxima cum laude
1997 - 1992