With over 25 years' experience, Fulvia is the proud founder of the Italian Hogan Lovells offices, which she opened in 2000. Fulvia represents the unique combination of a multi-focused lawyer, with solid experience in tax law, corporate law/M&A and asset finance and of a leader with astounding managing capabilities accrued in the 15 years spent as Managing Partner of the firm's Rome office and head of the Italian Tax practice, as well as during the almost 10 years spent leading the International Tax practice worldwide at Hogan Lovells.
Whenever a client is looking for tax assistance in the framework of cross-practice deals such as M&A transactions, including international asset deals, mergers, reorganisations and restructuring, or of financial and asset finance transactions of any sorts (such as loans, securitization, transfer of NPL, asset finance or leases, financing and tax optimization of aircraft, rolling stock, ships and cranes), Fulvia's broad experience and multi-practice outlook will provide them not only with the most appropriate tax solution, but also with the added value of her support in the project management.
Her long standing experience, fairness and problem solving approach provide clients with the best ally in case of tax inspections and tax assessments. Over the years Fulvia successfully assisted clients both in pre-litigation procedures, discussing possible settlements with Tax Authorities and in litigations before the Tax Courts.
Fulvia Astolfi wins praise for her ability to understand the complexities of international tax laws.,
Fulvia Astolfi attracts enviable client feedback. As one source enthuses, 'she is truly brilliant; she has an uncommon capacity to frame legal problems and makes an effort to understand the needs of the client'.
All tax issues related to Kuwait Petroleum International affiliates on their acquisition of Shell's downstream businesses in Italy.
CNP Assurance Group on the tax analysis of the various options available to restructure their presence in Italy and Spain.
FMS on several follow-up projects for the legal transfer of assets and/or the restructuring of transferred assets, including request of formal ruling to the tax.
FMS on tax structuring in relation to the transfer of risk assets and non-strategic business units and the subsequent refinancing.
Sorgente Group on the acquisition, executed through one of its real estate funds, of Queensbury House in Mayfair containing office, commercial and residential space.
Fulvia Astolfi is always responsive, available and helpful', according to clients. She is noted for giving 'straightforward, practical advice'.
Fulvia Astolfi is ranked as leading lawyer in Tax
Chambers Europe and Legal 500 EMEA
Fulvia Astolfi Shortlisted for Best in Tax and Tax Dispute Resolution for European Women
Business Law Awards
Chambers Europe: Fulvia Astolfi wins praise for her ability to understand the complexities of international tax laws.
She is truly brilliant; she has an uncommon capacity to frame legal problems and makes an effort to understand the needs of the client." Astolfi advises on the full range of international and domestic tax issues and handles both pre-litigation and litigat
Chambers Global 2013
Rome-based practice head Fulvia Astolfi provides ‘an outstanding service’.
Legal 500 EMEA
The Italian Tax team led by Fulvia won the International Tax Law award as Best Italian Tax Firm
Chambers Europe 2015: Very good on financial operations.
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