Alfonso Trivoli

Dottore Ragioniere -

Born in Rome, 1937. University of Rome, Economics.

Admitted to the profession of Ragioniere (CPA) since 1965. Enrolled in the Register
of Authorized Auditors (Registro Revisori Ufficiali).

Work experience from 1956 to 1962 with the United States Embassy in Rome; Whinney
Murray, Ernst & Ernst; and Procter & Gamble Italia. From 1963 to 1973, initially employee,
then manager, finally general partner with Arthur Andersen & Co, Chicago. Formed
and directed the Tax Department of Arthur Andersen's Rome branch. In 1973 formed
Studio Trivoli.

Activities of professional representation include:

  • Past co-president of the Groupe de Travail-Fiscalitè of the Groupe d'Etudes des
    Experts Comptables of the European Economic Community, representing the Italian
  • past Secretary General of the Associazione Nazionale Tributaristi Italiani (ANTI,
    the national association of Italian tax professionals and the Italian member of
    the Confédération Fiscale Européenne);
  • participant in two sessions of the Tax and Treasury Committees (of the Italian Chamber
    of Deputies and Senate, respectively), representing the Consiglio Nazionale dei
    Ragionieri on tax-related themes (determination of business income, criminal tax
    penalties, anti-avoidance laws);
  • Italian Reporter at the 1986 IFA Congress in New York on exchange differentials;
  • member of the speakers' panel at the 1995 IFA Congress in Cannes on the taxation
    of non-resident athletes and entertainers;
  • participant in numerous other national and international conferences;
  • member of the Board of Directors of the International Federation of Accountants
    (IFAC), New York, representing the Italian accountancy profession.

Numerous teaching experiences at the Amministrazione Tributaria Centrale (Central
Tax Administration), universities and professional orders.

Member, for a long stretch of years, of the Accounting Principles Committee of the
Consiglio Nazionale dei Dottori Commercialisti e dei Ragionieri (national Boards
of the accounting profession), he became vice-president after their unification.
President of the Commission on Income Tax of the Rome branch of the Accounting Institute,
from 2008 through 2011. Memeber of the Scientific Committee of the Telos Foundation,
expression of the same branch.

Foreign languages: English, French.