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Gattai Minoli Agostinelli & Partners adds two new professionals

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Italian firm Gattai Minoli Agostinelli & Partners has strengthened its tax practice with the addition of Cristiano Garbarini as a partner and Alban Zaimaj as an associate.

Garbarini joins the firm from Studio Tremonti Romagnoli Piccardi e Associati, where he spent 14 years – the last three as a partner. Prior to this, Garbarini was an associate at Studio Tesauro for a year. He has a PhD in international tax law and focuses his practice on the tax profiles of private equity, M&A, banking and finance transactions.

Zaimaj joins the firm from Studio Maisto, where he was an associate for two years. His previous experience includes just less than a year at Tremonti Vitali Romangnli Piccardi e Associati and nearly four years at Bernoni Grant Thornton.  

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