Fabrizio Lolliri returns to Alvarez & Marsal as a managing director

26 April 2021 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Veteran consultant Fabrizio Lolliri has rejoined management consultancy Alvarez & Marsal to lead the global transfer pricing practice. The managing director will join the New York office of Alvarez & Marsal Taxand, the company’s tax consulting affiliate.

Lolliri brings 20 years of experience in transfer pricing – the accounting practice wherein a division, subsidiary, or affiliate of a company charges another part of the organization for goods and services rendered. This can be used to create tax savings for corporations, especially when transferring across international jurisdictions.

Lolliri has expertise advising on complex transfer pricing and tax matters across numerous regions, including the US, EU, China, and Singapore. He has helped life sciences, consumer products, and technology companies transform their supply chains to increase enterprise value and optimize their structure.

Fabrizio Lolliri returns to Alvarez & Marsal as a managing director

Lolliri previously spent eight years at global law firm Hogan Lovells, where he was global head of transfer pricing (TP). Before that, he spent three years at Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) as global lead economic specialist in TP.

He was also previously the group head of TP at Orange and France Telecom. Earlier in his career, Lolliri worked in the TP practice of KPMG. He holds a master’s degree in e-business from Westminster Business School in London.

“Fabrizio’s experience and leadership advances A&M Taxand’s capabilities. With increasing need for sophisticated solutions in transfer pricing, Fabrizio’s technical expertise to produce complex financial models and client-side experience further strengthens our ability to deliver on our ‘leadership, action, results’ credo,” Marvin Rust, managing director and head of A&M Taxand Europe, said.

Corporate entities will be looking to their tax advisors to work their magic as countries across the globe search for ways to pay for their pandemic-related stimulus programs and corporate bailouts. The Biden Administration has indicated plans to raise rates from 21% to 28%, while treasury secretary Yellen has been calling for a global minimum corporation tax rate to minimize corporate flight to tax havens.

The UK government, meanwhile, has announced it will hike its corporation tax rate from 19% to 25% in 2023.

A&M Taxand has almost 550 partners and more than 2,500 advisors in nearly 50 countries. Affiliate firm A&M has more than 5,000 people across four continents who deliver advisory, business performance improvement, and turnaround services.