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Chiara T. Nannini is a Director in the Corporate department in the Bermuda office of Conyers Dill & Pearman. Chiara joined Conyers in 2008.
Chiara’s practice includes all aspects of corporate and commercial law, with experience in corporate reorganisations, debt and equity offerings, corporate finance including IPOs and private placements and project finance in cross border and multi-jurisdictional contexts. She also advises on insurance regulatory and transactional matters including new insurance incorporations, segregated account structures, equity and debt financing of insurers and insurance groups and other insurance transactional work.
Since joining the firm, Chiara spent a year on secondment with American International Group’s Bermuda office and was based in the Conyers São Paulo, Brazil office from 2010 to 2013.
Member, Hon. Society of Middle Temple, London
Bermuda Bar Association
- Inns of Court School of Law, U.K., Bar Vocational Course, 2007
- London School of Economics and Political Science, U.K., LLB (Hons), 2006
- University of Virginia, USA, B.A., Political Science and Italian, 2003
- British Virgin Islands, 2012
- Bermuda, Attorney-at-Law, 2008
- England & Wales, Barrister, 2007 (not currently practising)
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Conyers fields corporate specialists with considerable experience advising on M&A, corporate restructurings, insurance issues, and shipping and aircraft matters. The team in Bermuda is led by Graham Collis, who has expertise encompassing general corporate and commercial work, particularly in the insurance space. Within the wider team, director Marcello Ausenda has a particular focus on public company work, securities matters, financing issues, and corporate relocations and restructurings; and Jason Piney recently advised to Aircastle on the completion of its $7.4bn merger with Marubeni and a Mizuho affiliate. Neil Henderson, Niel Jones, Chiara Nannini, Sophia Greaves and associate Edward Rance are further names to note in the department. David Cooke retired in 2020.