MSc in Taxation (distinction), University of Oxford
MSc in Law and Business Administration (cum laude), Bocconi University
BSc in Business Administration, Bocconi University

Amedeo Rizzo works as an Academic Fellow at Bocconi University and SDA Bocconi, School of Management, where he collaborates with the Accounting and Tax Policy Observatory – OFC and the Transfer Pricing Forum. He is a Research Fellow of the Working Party on Tax & Legal Matters, carrying out research activities concerning international and European corporate taxation, tax policy, and corporate tax governance.

He is the author of different papers both in Italian and international journals, such as International Transfer Pricing JournalInternational Tax Studies, and Fiscalità & Commercio Internazionale. He collaborated in writing the book “Brexit: Scenari fiscali e opportunità per i professionisti italiani” published by Wolters Kluwer Italy and presented to the Italian Chamber of Deputies.

Amedeo has been recently selected by the top 300 influencers of the Talents Club of the notorious magazine We Wealth. He is part of the Group of Experts on anti-corruption for Transparency International Italy, advising on corporate and tax law. He is also one of the founding partners of the audit company Imperium Audit SpA.

Previously, he worked for the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission and for the International Tax and Transfer Pricing Team of Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Milan. He also collaborated with the Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability, India, on financial transparency issues in Asia-Pacific countries.

Amedeo graduated magna cum laude with a Master of Science in Law and Business Administration from Bocconi, with short academic stays in Brussels, Dubai, and London. He received the Bocconi – Boroli scholarship for best graduate of 2017. Afterward, he continued his studies with a Master of Science in Taxation at the University of Oxford, obtained with distinction.


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