log in
Print | Back

Gianni & Origoni

Fabio Chiarenza

Fabio Chiarenza



  • Corporate. Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Taxation

WSG Practice Industries



Fabio Chiarenza is Co-head of the Tax department.

He has extensive experience in all areas of taxation, with particular focus on M&A, corporate and structured finance, real estate, private equity as well as tax planning for individuals. He advises domestic and foreign investment banks and companies in connection with the structuring of investments.  Fabio is frequently involved in the tax aspects of cross-border M&A transactions, innovative securitizations, structured financial products and derivatives. Fabio also advises clients during audits, assessments and assists them in relation to litigation and tax rulings.

Before joining Gianni & Origoni in 2008, Fabio worked for a leading international law firm; he also spent one year on secondment at the London offices of a leading international financial institution.

After graduating in Law “maxima cum laude” from the University of Palermo in 1999, he pursued his  master's degree in tax law.

Fabio Chiarenza is also one of the authors of the book “Contratti di finanziamento bancario, di investimento, assicurativi e derivati” (IPSOA WKI Editore) and has assisted the authors in drafting the Italian tax chapter of the guide “European Cross-Border Mergers And Reorganisations” (Oxford University Press).

He is a member of the Italian Bar, and is admitted to practice before the Italian Supreme Court (Corte di Cassazione).

Fabio is a member of the International Fiscal Association, the American Bar Association and the International Bar Association.

Fabio speaks Italian and English.

Bar Admissions

  • ROME Bar (Italy)


  • University of Palermo
  • IPSOA Business School, Master in "Tax Law"
Areas of Practice

Corporate. Mergers & Acquisitions | Taxation


COVID-19: Protection of Employees’ Health and Other Impacts on Businesses
Gianni & Origoni, March 2020

The sudden rise in the number Covid-19 (“Coronavirus”) cases in Lombardy and other Italian Regions has prompted the relevant governmental authorities to adopt urgent measures to prevent and limit the spread of the virus, and this is starting to have an impact on the economy. In connection with these measures, on 31 January Italian government has declared a six-month state of emergency, which expires on 31 July 2020 (unless it is extended)...

WSG's members are independent firms and are not affiliated in the joint practice of professional services. Each member exercises its own individual judgments on all client matters.

HOME | SITE MAP | GLANCE | PRIVACY POLICY | DISCLAIMER |  © World Services Group, 2022