Cristiano Bortolotti joins Dentons’ TP team
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Cristiano Bortolotti joins Dentons’ TP team

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Dentons has added transfer pricing specialist Cristiano Bortolotti to its practice. He will be working with the Luxembourg team as well as assisting the tax practice in Benelux and Europe as a whole.

Bortolotti joins from TP boutique firm Transfer Pricing Global Solutions, which he founded in 2015. Before that, he held roles such as senior tax manager at Kering and senior tax counsel at Cardinal Health. 

Bortolotti is a professor at Lugano Supsi University, where he teaches a transfer pricing course as part of a masters program in international tax law. He also speaks English, Italian and French.

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