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Banking & Finance

Italy

The CMS Banking & Finance practice is one of Europe’s largest and provides local and pan-European expertise in the full spectrum of banking, finance, regulatory and capital markets law.

The Italian team ensures that our services are ahead of market trends, anticipating the challenging environment of your business. A tailored commercial approach is key. Whether you are a bank or a corporation, a financial service provider or an entity confronted with regulation, an investment fund or public entity, the priority of our Italian banking professionals is resolving your challenges and putting your world first.

Our network consists of over 500 banking and finance lawyers who have proven their pan-European skills in working together for more than one decade.

Whether you seek deep-rooted local advice or multi-jurisdictional expertise, our teams will advise you seamlessly. We select and tailor the teams that will best fit with the scope of your matter.

Top level project management goes hand in hand with expertise. Rigor and determination go hand in hand with innovation.

We advise clients on a wide range of issues, from the most common deals (which include letters of credit, bank and insurance guarantees, regulatory matters and – in cooperation with our corporate team – setting -up of branches and subsidiaries of financial institutions in Italy and abroad) to major transactions (debt restructuring, securitisations, project finance).
The Italian team aims to be one step ahead of market developments, in order to build relationships with you that last. 

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Paolo Bonolis
25/10/2018
Re­strict­ive views by case law for loan agree­ments
15/11/2018
What is the fu­ture of float­ing rates?
The in­ter­b­ank mar­ket rates have served as a ref­er­ence for float­ing rates for all bor­row­ers for many years. Com­pan­ies and in­di­vidu­als that in­cur debt at float­ing rates are also ap­plied In­ter­b­ank Offered Rates (IBORs), such as EUR­I­BOR, LIBOR or TIBOR, de­pend­ing.
24/09/2018
Gli studi nella ces­sione di In­fomobil­ity al fondo Pala­mon...
21/09/2018
EU to define €100’s of bil­lions pa of sus­tain­able in­vest­ment
It is easy to ask: what does sus­tain­able in­vest­ment mean? The an­swer is not simple even though a lot rides on it. In the EU cli­mate and en­ergy space alone, the EU es­tim­ates that ad­di­tion­al sus­tain­able in­vest­ment will need to rise to €180 bil­lion per an­num (on.
Paolo Bonolis
17/09/2018
Lim­it­a­tions to cap­it­al con­tri­bu­tion of crypto­cur­rency...
10/09/2018
Brexit and the in­sur­ance sec­tor – in­form cus­tom­ers about Brexit’s...
The European In­sur­ance and Oc­cu­pa­tion­al Pen­sions Au­thor­ity (“EIOPA”) provided an opin­ion on in­form­ing cus­tom­ers about the im­pact of the with­draw­al of the United King­dom from the European Uni­on (“Opin­ion”).
06/08/2018
CMS con il Comune di Trieste nel rim­borso an­ti­cip­ato...
27/07/2018
Oil and Gas - "Hanged on a Comma"? Punc­tu­ation in Fin­an­cing Agree­ments
Sum­mary In Vit­ol E&P Lim­ited v New Age (Afric­an Glob­al En­ergy) Lim­ited [2018] EWHC 1580 (Comm), the Com­mer­cial Court was asked to con­sider the re­la­tion­ship between a cor­por­ate lend­ing fa­cil­ity and a re­serve based lend­ing fa­cil­ity.
23/07/2018
Polizze linked: natura as­sicur­ativa o fin­an­zi­aria nel...
13/06/2018
EU tem­por­ary meas­ures on CF­Ds and bin­ary op­tions
On 22 May 2018, the European Se­cur­it­ies and Mar­kets Au­thor­ity (“ESMA”) ad­op­ted two de­cisions im­ple­ment­ing tem­por­ary product in­ter­ven­tion meas­ures. These de­cisions re­strict the mar­ket­ing, dis­tri­bu­tion and sale of con­tracts for dif­fer­ence (“CF­Ds”) and bin­ary.
09/07/2018
CMS nell’emis­sione del prestito ob­bligazion­ario da...
29/03/2018
Study on Ini­tial Coin Of­fer­ings - New means of fun­drais­ing
At first glance, it is hard to be­lieve and to un­der­stand the claim of en­thu­si­asts that Block­chain tech­no­logy is sup­posed to be com­par­able with the spread of the in­ter­net in the 90s.   It would there­fore be a con­sequence of the tech­nic­al, even dis­rupt­ive in­nov­a­tions.