Adam Trevisani | Associate

Adam joined Park Place after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte, where he provided Indirect Tax advice to FinTech, Wealth Management, Private Equity, and Private Banking clients and worked with the M&A team on a variety of transactions. Adam’s experience spans a broad spectrum of deal types across a variety of sectors, and he has advised C-suite stakeholders at large multinational groups as well as shareholder-managers of SMEs.

Prior to qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, Adam studied Music at the University of Leeds where he specialised in both composition and the history of music, with particular focus on orchestral and chamber music composed in Italy during the interwar period.

Outside of work Adam is a self-confessed wine geek and has studied towards formal qualifications with WSET in an effort to legitimise his activities amidst claims that “drinking wine isn’t a hobby”. Despite working in the world of finance he also remains a keen musician, and can often be found either playing or watching live music, particularly jazz.

Adam Trevisani | Associate

Adam joined Park Place after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte, where he provided Indirect Tax advice to FinTech, Wealth Management, Private Equity, and Private Banking clients and worked with the M&A team on a variety of transactions. Adam’s experience spans a broad spectrum of deal types across a variety of sectors, and he has advised C-suite stakeholders at large multinational groups as well as shareholder-managers of SMEs.

Prior to qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, Adam studied Music at the University of Leeds where he specialised in both composition and the history of music, with particular focus on orchestral and chamber music composed in Italy during the interwar period.

Outside of work Adam is a self-confessed wine geek and has studied towards formal qualifications with WSET in an effort to legitimise his activities amidst claims that “drinking wine isn’t a hobby”. Despite working in the world of finance he also remains a keen musician, and can often be found either playing or watching live music, particularly jazz.

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