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Pier Francesco Faggiano
Corporate; Mergers and Acquisitions
Pier Francesco Faggiano is a partner in Dentons’ Milan office.
Pier Francesco focuses on private equity, M&A, joint ventures and other corporate transactions. He also gained consolidated experience in corporate governance matters. His clients include Italian and pan-European investment funds, financial institutions as well as national and multinational industrial groups.
Admitted to the Italian Bar, Lecce, 2007
– University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), LLM, 2004
– Bocconi University, Law Degree, magna cum laude, 2003
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Dentons‘ Italy practice advises on cross-border M&A, corporate reorganisations and private equity, and is an integral part of the firm’s global corporate practice, which comprises over 2,000 M&A lawyers. In 2019, it launched a German desk following the arrival of German-speaking Carsten Steinhauer, who has considerable experience in cross-border M&A and joint ventures, from McDermott Will & Emery Studio Legale Associato. Alessandro Dubini acts for industry groups, financial institutions and private equity funds; Luca Pocobelli advises on strategic M&A transactions; Pier Francesco Faggiano focuses on healthcare and food and beverage deals; and Barbara Urselli‘s sector experience includes transportation, media, software and financial services.
- Next Generation Partners - Italy > Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Commercial, corporate and M&A - Italy
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- Industry focus: Retail
- Real estate and construction
- Banking and finance: Bank regulatory
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution
- Industry focus: TMT
- Intellectual property
- Private equity
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Administrative and public law
- Banking and finance: Borrower side
- Banking and finance: lender or arranger side
- Capital markets: Equity
- Industry focus: Energy
- EU and competition law