Fabrizio Lolliri joins Hogan Lovells as European director of transfer pricing
Hogan Lovells has announced the hire of Fabrizio Lolliri as European director of transfer pricing. He has joined the corporate (tax) team in the London office.
Lolliri has nine years of transfer pricing experience and joins Hogan Lovells from Alvarez & Marsal, where he was a global economic specialist. Before that, he was at France Telecom, where he was group head of transfer pricing.
Previous to this, he spent time at Deloitte and KPMG.
Lolliri has acted as both a client and an adviser and also comes from a strong economics background, enabling him to build his own financial models.
He has been listed in Tax Journal’s ‘40 under 40 — ones to watch’ ranking and is one of the main authors of UK Transfer Pricing 2012–13 (published by LexisNexis).
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