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Gattai Minoli Agostinelli & Partners bolsters new finance department

Emanuela Campari Bernacchi

Italian law firm Gattai Minoli Agostinelli & Partners has launched a structured finance department, led by Emanuela Campari Bernacchi, who joins the firm as an equity partner.

Senior associate Valentina Lattanzi and associates Salvatore Graziadei and Allegra Arvalli are joining from different offices of the Italian law firm Legance to complete the new department.

Bernacchi also joins the firm from Legance, where she had been a partner since 2007. Before joining Legance, she was a senior associate at Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappeli & Partners, following a five-year experience in Freshfields, Bruckhaus, Deringer’s structured finance department. Bernacchi focuses on all aspects of structured finance, non-performing loans transactions and debt capital markets.

Lattanzi has worked in Legance’s London and Milan offices, and is experienced within debt capital markets and structured finance. Graziadei worked for Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe for five years before joining Legance, while Arvalli joined Legance as an associate in banking in November 2015.

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