Fabrizio Mocavini

Title: Technical Advisor for Kamira Sanchez Nicosia

Country: Italy

Fabrizio Mocavini is Head of Unit in the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), State General Accounting Department, dealing with research in the field of performance measurement, public sector internal financial control, and accounting standards. On these matters, he carries out relations with other countries and with international organizations, such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the EU.

Mr. Mocavini has been a project leader and technical expert on various EU projects in the fields of budget management, financial control, and public accounting with the Ministries of Finance of Bulgaria, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic, and Turkey where he has had the opportunity to promote and support the IPSAS adoption.

Recently, he coordinated EU projects aimed at adopting an action plan and a set of accrual accounting standards for the 2025 implementation of accrual-based accounting and IPSAS/EPSAS in Italy.

Currently he is Head of Technical Staff of the Italian MEF Standard Setter Board established for the implementation of the accrual accounting based on IPSAS/EPSAS.

He is the Italian representative on the Eurostat European Public Sector Accounting Standards (EPSAS) Working Group for public accounting standards implementation.

Mr. Mocavini has a degree in economics from Sapienza – Università di Roma and is a chartered accountant. He is also an Auditor of public sector entities and private companies owned by Italian public local governments.


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