Two Italian EY partners join Andersen Tax
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Two Italian EY partners join Andersen Tax

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Andersen Global has appointed Maricla Pennesi and Giovanni Gallucci to the association’s Italian firm, based in Milan.

Pennesi, who joins as the European tax coordinator, was an international tax partner at EY before joining Andersen in January. Before that, she worked for Deloitte. Specialising in business reorganisation and risk management, Pennesi has served such companies as KKR, Vestar Capital and Blackstone.

Pennesi will be working closely with Gallucci, who also joined the Italian firm from EY. In his new role as partner, he will offer advice Italian and foreign multinational groups on compliance matters, as well as the tax control framework and risk assessment.

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