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Vittorio Salvadori di Wiesenhoff

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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Via dei Giardini 7

20121 Milan

Italy

Tel: +39 02 625 30454

Email: vittorio.salvadori@freshfields.com

Website: www.freshfields.com

Vittorio Salvadori di Wiesenhoff is a principal consultant (status equivalent to that of a partner) in the Milan office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and joined the firm in 2001.

Vittorio advises on the tax aspects of financial transactions, corporate reorganisations, M&A, private equity and real estate deals. He has an extensive experience in assisting clients in connection with tax audits, tax litigations and settlements with the authorities, covering a wide range of matters (business re-organisations, tax-structured finance transactions, imputation credit and withholding tax refund claims, transfer pricing, VAT and other indirect tax issues).He has also a broad experience of drafting and filing rulings with the Italian tax authorities on all aspects of tax law.

He graduated summa cum laude from Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi in Milan in 1994 and was admitted as a Dottore Commercialista (chartered accountant admitted to practice in tax courts) in 1995. Vittorio speaks Italian, English and French.

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