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Mario Di Giulio
Banking and Finance
Corporate and Commercial
Head of Desk Africa
Mario Di Giulio joined Pavia e Ansaldo in 2007 and became partner in 2008.
Italian and English.
Admitted to the Bar, Rome (Italy), 2000.
Graduation in Law,1988, University of Rome (Italy).
Pavia e Ansaldo routinely acts for financial institutions on major acquisition and real estate financing transactions; the team has a notable record on healthcare sector-related financings, along with banking litigation. Mario Di Giulio has substantial in-house experience at major Italian banks, and Roberto Zanchi‘s expertise covers banking and finance.
Pavia e Ansaldo‘s compliance expertise partly stems from the firm’s historical healthcare and pharmaceuticals sector specialisms. An expert in the 231/2001 legislation, department head Mario Di Giulio frequently chairs compliance supervisory bodies; and in March 2020, the firm hired Giulio Brunelli, former head of legal affairs at London-based Colt Technology, bringing expertise in Italian and EU telecoms sector compliance models. Former partner Deborah Bolco left in January 2021 for an in-house role.
Pavia e Ansaldo‘s banking and finance practice is co-led by structured finance expert Mario Di Giulio and banking and financing specialist Roberto Zanchi. Caterina Luciani‘s practice includes shipping and transportation law, and in May 2021, borrower-side finance expert Carlo Emanuele Rossi joined as partner from Carnelutti Studio Legale Associato.
- Compliance - Italy
- Banking and finance: Borrower side - Italy
- Banking and finance: lender or arranger side - Italy
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences
- Industry focus: Manufacturing
- Dispute resolution
- Industry focus: Energy
- Intellectual property
- Private equity
- Real estate and construction
- Administrative and public law
- Banking and finance: Borrower side
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- EU and competition law
- Banking and finance: lender or arranger side
- Industry focus: TMT