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Gianfabio Florio

Gianfabio Florio

Senior Associate

CMS Adonnino Ascoli & Cavasola Scamoni
Via Agostino Depretis 86
00184 Rome
Italy

Gianfabio Florio began collaborating with the firm in 2008 in the Banking and Finance Department.

 He assists clients in the banking and corporate sectors. He is specialized in bankruptcy law, contractual law and banking and financial litigation.

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Education

  • 2008 - London School of Economics (UK), Advanced Course of Economics
  • 2008 - Queen Mary College (UK), LLM in Banking Law
  • 2006 - Admitted to the Rome Bar Association
  • 2003 - University of Rome "LUISS Guido Carli", Law Degree
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Memberships

  • Rome Bar Association
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18 February 2021
Lim­its to the op­er­a­tion in Italy of UK banks and in­vest­ment com­pan­ies after...
Start­ing from 1st Janu­ary 2021, the pro­vi­sion of bank­ing, fin­an­cial in­vest­ment ser­vices in Italy by Brit­ish banks, elec­tron­ic money in­sti­tu­tions, and in­vest­ment firms shall be deemed to be ab­us­ive, un­less...
12 February 2021
Lim­its to the op­er­a­tion in Italy of UK banks and in­vest­ment com­pan­ies after...
Start­ing from 1st Janu­ary 2021, the pro­vi­sion of bank­ing, fin­an­cial in­vest­ment ser­vices in Italy by Brit­ish banks, elec­tron­ic money in­sti­tu­tions, and in­vest­ment firms shall be deemed to be ab­us­ive, un­less...
17 April 2020
CMS Ex­pert Guide to coronavir­us re­lated loan morator­i­ums
As the COV­ID-19 out­break con­tin­ues to spread across the globe, gov­ern­ments and banks in many jur­is­dic­tions have in­tro­duced ex­traordin­ary meas­ures to al­le­vi­ate the fin­an­cial and eco­nom­ic im­pact of the...
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10/04/2020
New meas­ures of the “Re­store Li­quid­ity” De­cree on new loans, state guar­an­tees...
Through the so-called “Li­quid­ity” law-de­cree (no. 23 of 8 April 2020), the Itali­an Gov­ern­ment has taken a series of meas­ures which, to­geth­er with the pre­vi­ously is­sued law-de­cree no. 18 of 17 March...
27 March 2020
The main li­quid­ity and fin­an­cial meas­ures ad­dressed to en­ter­prises in the...
The Law De­cree no. 18 of 17 March 2020 (here­in­after, the “De­cree”) is, at this point, a well-known le­gis­lat­ive tool also to the audi­ence of non-ex­perts, con­sid­er­ing that it aims at ad­opt­ing meas­ures...
19 March 2020
Coronavir­us: ur­gent meas­ures by the Itali­an Gov­ern­ment
By means of law de­cree n. 18 of 17 March 2020 (also re­ferred to as “De­cree”), the Itali­an Gov­ern­ment im­ple­men­ted fur­ther meas­ures to face the epi­demi­olo­gic­al emer­gency of COV­ID-19, so that meas­ures...
17/12/2019
The re­form of Itali­an in­solv­ency law
On 10 Janu­ary 2019 the Itali­an Gov­ern­ment ap­proved the con­sol­id­ated act “Code of cor­por­ate crisis and in­solv­ency” (the “Code”), which brings new rules for re­struc­tur­ing and in­solv­ency which are...
15/11/2019
The Re­form of the Itali­an In­solv­ency Sys­tem
Fore­word On 19 Oc­to­ber 2017 the Itali­an Par­lia­ment ap­proved a del­eg­a­tion law (“Law 155”) en­trust­ing the Gov­ern­ment to ad­opt, with­in 12 months, le­gis­lat­ive de­crees aim­ing at the com­plete re­form of...
19/07/2019
CROWD­FUND­ING: NOT ONLY EQUITY BUT ALSO DEBT IN­STRU­MENTS.
The 2019 budget law in­tro­duced cer­tain amend­ments to the spe­cif­ic Itali­an law on crowd­fund­ing (Crowd­fund­ing Reg­u­la­tion no. 18592/2013), in or­der to ex­tend the pro­vi­sions on crowd­fund­ing also to bonds...
11/07/2019
Se­cur­it­isa­tions and be­ne­fits for the “Re­oCo”
Law De­cree 30 April 2019 no. 34 brought im­port­ant in­nov­a­tions to the rules set in Italy by Law130/1999 for se­cur­it­isa­tion.Art­icle 23 of the men­tioned Law De­cree, in ad­di­tion to vari­ous fisc­al re­liefs...
25/10/2018
Re­strict­ive views by case law for loan agree­ments
When the dis­burse­ment is “con­trived” the loan does not qual­i­fy as title for en­force­ment The trans­fer of the funds to the bor­row­er is an es­sen­tial ele­ment of the loan con­tract: nev­er­the­less, case...
17/09/2018
Lim­it­a­tions to cap­it­al con­tri­bu­tion of crypto­cur­rency in lim­ited li­ab­il­ity...
Un­der Itali­an Law, cap­it­al con­tri­bu­tions are typ­ic­ally per­formed through in­jec­tion of cash. Those who in­tend to make cap­it­al con­tri­bu­tions by means of as­sets or cred­its must provide the com­pany with a...