He then served as a management consultant for Braxton Associates in London and the Deloitte Group.
In March 2016 he was appointed as a deputy auditor, serving under Milone.
In September 2020, as acting auditor general, he signed a memorandum of understanding with the Vatican’s prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy on the fight against corruption.
The auditor general is responsible for auditing the financial statements of the Holy See and the Vatican City State.
According to the Vatican website, the Office of the Auditor General consists of the auditor general, “who directs and represents the office,” and a group of auditors “with solid and proven professional experience,” assisted by support personnel.
It says: “The auditor general is appointed ad quinquennium [for five years] by the Holy Father and chosen among persons of proven reputation, who do not exercise activities that are incompatible with the appointment, who are free from any conflict of interest, and who have recognized professional competence and skills in the relevant areas concerning the work of the Office.”
“The auditor general may be appointed only for two terms.”