With the Decree Law no. 23 of April 8, 2020, the Italian government has announced some measures regarding credit access for Italian companies.
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Final Thesis in banking. Chartered Accountant and Tax Consultant enrolled in the Chamber “Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti ed Esperti Contabili di Vicenza”, n. 350 A
Auditor with legal approval (D.M. 12.04.1995 published on G.U. n. 31 bis, IV of 21.04.1995), n. 9143
1987 – 1988 Management consultant at Touche Ross
1989 – 1995 Consultant and auditor at KPMG
1991 – 2003 Trustee in bankruptcy and Liquidator at the Court of Vicenza
From 1992 Lecturer at courses for accountants and lawyers; publicist
From 1992 Member of BOD and auditor of listed companies, including banks and financial institutions
2011 Specialist tutor at Master in Tax Law " Ezio Vanoni " - Higher School of Economics and Finance,
under the patronage of the Ministery of Economic Affairs and Finance
2013 Founder at Cacciavillan, Romito - Assostudio Studio Associate Chartered Accountants
The Decree Law No.18 of 17 March 2020 has introduced an extraordinary moratorium on loans and credit lines granted by banks and financial intermediaries to "micro, small and medium-sized enterprises" (so-called SMEs).
On June 8, 2001, the Italian Government enacted a Legislative Decree that introduced for the first time into the Italian legal system the direct liability of companies and other legal entities for crimes committed by subjects acting on behalf of the legal entity.