Andrea Fantozzi


Partner-Italian Global Services Leader
New York - New York

212.643.0099 / Ext. 10279Contact

Professional Experience

Andrea Fantozzi is a Partner and Director of the Italian Group in the International Department of Prager Metis CPAs, a member of Prager Metis International Group.

Andrea has more than 10 years of experience in providing accounting, audit, due diligence and financial advisory to national and international medium-sized firms in several industries, such as manufacturing, distribution, e-commerce, textile, luxury retail, digital communications, logistics, and financial services.

Andrea offers financial and business strategy consultancy to European firms entering the U.S. market and U.S. firms interested in expanding their business in Europe.

Thanks to his ability to understand his clients’ needs, he truly creates an atmosphere of mutual trust and productive cooperation through a combination of knowledge, confidence, and trust.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors (AM&AA)
  • Canova Club of Milan, Italy
  • Visiting Professor at the University of Turin, Business Management School


  • M.S. Banking and Business, University of Political Science of Macerata (MC), Italy
  • Graduated Courses in Taxation and Accounting, Fordham University, New York
  • 2016 Merger & Acquisition Advisor Credentialing Program, Thunderbird Center for Global Entrepreneurship Glendale, AZ

Doing Business in the US, Current relationship between Italy and US companies

Please join Prager Metis for a webinar on Wednesday, September 29 at 10 am ET/4 pm CT, "Doing business in the US, Current relationship between Italy and US companies" with Andrea Fantozzi, Partner, and Italian Global Services Leader. Topics being discussed are: geopolitical perspectives, tax updates, and opportunities, and the legal framework of foreign companies investing in the US. Register Today!

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accrual to cash conversion

Case Study: Understanding Cash vs. Accrual Can Create Opportunities for Tax Savings and Process Efficiency

Many companies assume the tax professional processing their returns will convert their financials to tax basis. This can be a costly assumption in terms of both tax savings on a yearly basis and ongoing financial reporting efficiency. The Italian Service Group of Prager Metis recently assisted a US subsidiary of an Italy-based organization with the conversion of their books from cash to accrual basis.

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