Ugo M. Giordano

ugiordano@studiocarbonetti.it

Partner

He joined the Firm in 2016.

EXPERTISE

Ugo and his team specialize in managing stressed and distressed special situations, making them a prominent point of reference for both international and domestic asset managers, investors, and servicers.

Their practice is multidisciplinary, encompassing all aspects of special situations investments and disposals, which includes:

  • Structuring private securitization transactions.
  • Structuring private placements of bonds and structured bonds.
  • Providing senior, mezzanine, junior, and unitranche financing.
  • Handling administrative and public law matters, such as zoning, planning, and real estate issues, particularly concerning the acquisition, development, recovery, and conversion of urban and industrial areas.
  • Managing bankruptcy, debt restructuring, and workout processes.
  • Overseeing litigation and enforcement activities.
  • Facilitating real estate transactional investments and disposals across various sectors, including hotels, commercial properties, residential areas, manufacturing, and the service sector.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
  • Partner at leading international firms such as Dewey & LeBoeuf, Ashurst and Paul Hastings.
  • He was the former president of the Associazione Italiana Certificati e Prodotti di Investimento (ACEPI) (Italian Association for Investment Products and Certificates) and a board member of EUSIPA (European Structured Investment Products Association).
LANGUAGE

Italian, English.

1992

Law Degree, Magna cum laude at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome.

1995

Qualified lawyer since 1995. Member of the Viterbo Bar Association.

2016

Solicitor, England & Wales.

Partner at leading international firms such as Dewey & LeBoeuf, Ashurst and Paul Hastings.

Former president of the Associazione Italiana Certificati e Prodotti di Investimento (ACEPI) (Italian Association for Investment Products and Certificates) and a board member of EUSIPA (European Structured Investment Products Association).

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