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Lissi joins Taxand's Swiss firm

01 October 2012

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Tax Partner - Taxand has hired a new partner from the Swiss practice of a big-four firm

Alberto Lissi, formerly responsible for Ernst & Young’s banking tax practice in Switzerland, moved to Tax Partner - Taxand in September 2012. He has more than 14 years of national and international tax experience.

Lissi started his career as a tax adviser in 1998 at Arthur Andersen. He was a member of the international tax and transaction tax services lines at Ernst & Young, which he joined in 2002, becoming a partner in 2007.






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