Managing Partners: Filippo Modulo
Senior Partner: Francesco Tedeschini
Partners in Charge of Executive Functions: Gregorio Consoli, Massimo Antonini, Annalisa Reale, Stefano Mazzotti, Alessandro Portolano
Number of partners worldwide: 53
Number of lawyers worldwide: more than 300
Languages: Cantonese, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
The firm took root and blossomed, advising the largest Italian and international industrial groups and financial institutions. Chiomenti immediately made a name for itself through the discretion, independence, passion for the law and international vision and background of its professionals. From its earliest days, the Firm has advised both leading international companies seeking to invest in Italy, and Italian companies operating in the Italian and international markets. Chiomenti comprises around 300 professionals working in integrated teams. The firm’s objective is to provide clients with comprehensive and tailor-made advice that benefits from our multidisciplinary approach. Chiomenti has two Italian offices located in Rome and Milan, and six international offices located in New York, London, Brussels, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. The firm further extends its international presence through both its international partnerships. Chiomenti has been a member of ‘’Lex Mundi”, the world’s leading network of independent law firms, comprising firms in more than 100 countries.
Main Areas of Practice:
Corporate - M&A:
Corporate law; mergers and acquisitions; private equity; joint venture; commercial contracts; corporate governance; financial statements and accounting.
Listed Companies, Corporate Governance & Capital Markets:
IPOs and other equity offerings; debt offerings, including convertibles and equity-linked instruments; private placements (including to management and employees); takeovers (cash and share for share); listed company continuing obligations.
Banking & Finance:
Structured finance; securitisations; covered bonds; export finance, leasing and asset finance; acquisition and leveraged finance; ship and aircraft financing; project finance; local government finance; real estate financing; private banking, trusts and fiduciary activities; derivatives.
Regulatory structure - compliance and internal control; prudential regulation; codes of conduct; investment services; commercial contracts of regulated entities; M&A and other extraordinary transactions of regulated entities.
Real estate acquisitions; real estate asset management; real estate funds; public sector Real estate transactions; real estate securitisations; administrative, urban planning and environmental law; social housing.
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration:
Domestic and international corporate and commercial litigation, relating to acquisitions and commercial contracts; alternative dispute resolution, mediation and other extra-judicial disputes; international commercial arbitration; International investment arbitration; European Union disputes.
Insolvency & Restructuring:
Insolvency and pre-insolvency proceedings; litigation; financial restructuring.
Tax & Tax Planning:
Corporate transactions, M&A, private equity; International taxation and transfer pricing; taxation of investment funds and financial products; taxation of real estate investments; tax disputes; private wealth management, trusts and estate planning; employees, executives and Other Incentive Schemes.
EU Law & Antitrust:
EU law; Domestic and EU Competition law; International law.
State-owned business and public agencies; utilities (gas, energy, waste, water, transport); health care and pharmaceutical law; administrative law disputes.
Employment law (employment contracts, collective bargaining agreements, stock options and other incentive schemes); social security law; employment litigation.
IP, TMT & Data Protection:
Telecommunications; media; IP, IT, data protection.
Energy Infrastructure & Public Works Contracts:
Renewable energy: wind; biomass (including WtE), biofuel; photovoltaic; geothermal; solar heat; hydroelectric; oil and gas. Public tenders and infrastructure; energy infrastructure projects; infrastructure concessions and contracts.
National and cross-border transactions, mid-cap, venture capital and distressed situations, leveraged buyout, leveraged finance, borrowers in senior, mezzanine and subordinated bank loans and high yield issuances.
National and international regulations to avoid illegal activities; compliance models, including regulatory and business integrity standards in line with relevant business strategies.
Estate planning; traditional and specialist fiduciary and trustee services; management, planning and deployment of family wealth, including artworks; intra-generational transfers of family businesses or community benefit activities; use of natural and international wills, mandates, policies and trusts.
White Collar Crimes & Business Integrity:
Litigation and out of court assistance.