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Matteo Troni

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Real Estate; M&A; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Funds; Corporate Real Estate Services.



The Italian and international clients Matteo Troni advises benefit from his more than 15 years of experience in domestic and cross-border real estate transactions. He is involved in the purchase, sale, leasing, and development of real estate assets, going concerns, and real estate companies and in transactions involving the contribution of assets into real estate funds and the setting up of real estate joint ventures. His practice covers all sectors of real estate including retail, commercial, industrial, logistics, hospitality, and leisure. Matteo also advises clients in the negotiation of asset and property management agreements as well as in construction, engineering, design, and service procurement agreements in relation to refurbishment, development, and project finance transactions.


Matteo Troni joined Jones Day as a real estate partner in 2008. Previously, he was a real estate partner in another leading international law firm in Milan.


English, Italian.


Italian Bar (1999).


Catholic University of Milan (Law Degree 1995).


Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Jones Day ‘has a deep knowledge of the market’ and ‘works closely with the clients to find the most appropriate solutions for each problem’. Valued for ‘adopting a creative approach’, the ‘very clever’ Matteo Troni recently advised Goldman Sachs International on the acquisition of a leasing portfolio and related underlying assets from Hypo Alpe Adria Bank and assisted the Bank of America with the negotiation, drafting and finalisation of a credit agreement to finance the purchase of a portfolio of eight offices and logistics assets by an Italian real estate fund. Associate Silvia Beggiato is also recommended.

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