Our story

A story of passion and professionalism

A story of passion and professionalism

Professional tax advice for small and medium sized enterprises and multinationals since 1972

The history of RVA Ravà & Associates started in 1972, when the founder, Vittorio Ravà, decided to open an accounting firm in Genoa, drawing from his entrepreneurial experience gained during his career working in the Genoa port.

Vittorio’s choice was strategic and over the years it has proven successful because it has enabled the studio, and all the professionals that work there, to combine know-how, personal experience and entrepreneurial tradition with an increasingly complex and dynamic environment. It is thanks to these strategic choices that the studio has been able to grow and expand its reach by opening offices in Milan and, in the past, Rome.

No less important are our extraordinary operations (M&A, corporate restructuring and corporate financial transactions) which have also transformed the studio’s original structure into a different current structure, made up of specialized professionals in different areas, thanks to the which we can guarantee the highest level of consulting services to all types of customers.
The professionals here at RVA have also gained may years of experience in the field of tax litigation and insolvency proceedings which represent an important working field for our firm.

Functionality and flexibility are the two characteristics that are the foundation of RVA Ravà & Associates: our firm is structured in two specific divisions including services and audits, which allows us to offer our clients  complete assistance with tax, statutory and administrative requirements.


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Relationship management and operations abroad are one of the main focuses that, together with the know-how of our qualified and expert consultants, has allowed our firm to grow and develop consistently and to satisfy the needs of clients from countries such as Holland, England, Sweden, Switzerland and Luxemburg.

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