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Praxity adds member firm in Italy

Praxity has added Pirola Pennuto Zei & Associati (Pirola) to its association in Italy.

The firm was established in the 1980s, counts 123 partners and employs 341 professionals and 112 administration support staff members.

Its headquarters are in Milan, but the firm has offices in all the main Italian cities as well as satellite offices in London, Shanghai and Beijing.

Pirola offers services in consulting, tax, legal and accounting to clients from industries including telecommunications, media, entertainment, advertising, real estate, shipping, aviation and aerospace.

Commenting on his firm's membership of Praxity, Pirola partner Massimo Di Terlizzi said: "We joined Praxity because we believe the high quality services we can provide to Alliance members will be reciprocated when we refer work abroad."

He added: "Around 70% of our 3200 clients are multi-national companies so we have a strong international focus."

The addition increases Praxity's presence in Italy, where it was previously represented by Mazars alone.


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