After completing her studies at the A. D’Oria Grammar School, Marta Ameri enrolled at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Genoa, where she obtained a three-year degree cum laude in Economics and Business (2009) and a Master’s degree in Economics and Financial Institutions (2011) magna cum laude and with ‘recommendation of publication’ for her dissertation.
She holds a PhD in Economics and Public Finance and teaches a supplementary course in Finance Studies – Taxation Economics.
She carries out research on health economics in conjunction with the Department of Economics and public and private institutions. She has authored several articles in scholarly journals in the sector.
She has worked as a chartered accountant at Genoa Chambers since 2013, acquiring experience in the areas of national taxation, commercial law, and business crisis law. Since 2017 she has been enrolled with the Institute of Auditors.
She is a longstanding member of the Boards of Auditors of a number of companies.
She is a member of the ‘Investigation and Litigation’ Study Commission established by the Council of the Order of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts of Genoa.