Fabrizio Lolliri

Fabrizio Lolliri

Global Head of Transfer Pricing
New York

Email fabrizio.lolliri@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 212 918 3789

Fax +1 212 918 3100

LanguagesEnglish, Italian

Practice groupHogan Lovells Solutions

"He works with the highest quality and to an astonishing speed while maintaining the quality. He takes a great deal of interest in client matters having worked in industry and this makes him a high quality adviser"

Top 40 under 40 - Tax Journal, 2011- 2012

Fabrizio Lolliri is a scientist and engineer by background. He likes to find solutions and ways of making things work better. He does this with transfer pricing and supply chain restructuring.

He leads the firm's Transfer Pricing practice, having previously worked for the Big 4, a restructuring and consulting firm, and in-house at France Telecom (Orange S.A.), where he became Group Head of Transfer Pricing.

Fabrizio has hands-on experience dealing with transfer pricing and tax matters in all major jurisdictions and across a broad range of industries. His particular sectors of experience include life sciences, mobile telecommunications, and luxury branded goods. His current work covers intellectual property valuation and restructuring, supply chain re-structuring, and finance-related projects.

He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and published author of Tolley's transfer pricing books for 2013. In 2011-12, he was nominated by the Tax Journal for inclusion in its 40 Under 40.

Fabrizio's clients include Fortune 1000 sand FTSE 100 multinationals.

Awards and recognitions

Fellowship for Research
Boston University

Encore Award
KPMG Encore

Top Performer
Orange FT Group

Leadership Program
Orange FT Group

Scholarship
Tower Hamlet (London UK)

2011-2012

40 Under 40
Tax Journal

Education and admissions

Memberships

Fellow, Chartered Institute of Taxation

Related Knowledge

Supply Chain Support

Representative experience

Global Transfer Pricing (UK, US, Italy, Switzerland, Asia, etc.)

Dispute and resolution

Valuations

Tax Efficient Supply Chain Management

Transactional tax and M&A

Industry knowledge: telecommunications, automotive, biotechnology & pharmaceuticals, engineering, HI-TECH, food and drinks, etc.

IP valuations and planning

World-wide compliance

Business analysis and research

Software development (e-business, financial applications, etc.)

Strategy

Project management

Design and implementation

Financial modelling

Financing and investment optimization

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