White & Case (Milan)

Giuseppe Barra Caracciolo

White & Case (Milan)
Lawyer (Partner)

Giuseppe Barra Caracciolo is an Italian qualified lawyer with 18 years of experience in debt and structured finance, and NPLs. Giuseppe is based in Milan. Giuseppe’s practice includes structured products, non-performing loans and other distressed assets transactions. He regularly assists originators, arrangers and investors on a broad range of securitisation transactions of different asset classes, including NPLs, mortgage loans, SME loans, healthcare receivables, consumer loans and leasing. Giuseppe is highly regarded by IFLR1000 2021 in Banking, Structured finance and securitization and DCM. He is also recognized as a next generation partner by The Legal 500 2021 in Banking and DCM. Giuseppe’s extensive banking experience includes advising lenders, sponsors and/or borrowers on real estate financing, acquisition financing (including LBOs) and asset based financing transactions of various nature as well as debt restructuring. Giuseppe also provides regulatory advice on general banking matters.

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Articles

273 Bulletin

Giuseppe Barra Caracciolo, Iacopo Canino, Gianluca Fanti, Ferigo Foscari, Leonardo Graffi, Michaël Immordino, Andrea Novarese, Veronica Pinotti, Evgeny Scirtò Ostrovskiy, Maria Cristina Storchi, Alessandro Zappasodi, Tommaso Tosi The Italian Government approves the draft annual law for competition

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After several delays, on November 4, 2021, the Italian Council of Ministers examined and finally approved the draft Annual Law for Competition ("Draft") pursuant to Article 47 of Law No. 99/2009. The Draft reflects most of the proposals sent to the Italian government by the Italian Competition (...)

Leonardo Graffi, Michaël Immordino, Veronica Pinotti, Giuseppe Barra Caracciolo, Iacopo Canino, Gianluca Fanti, Ferigo Foscari, Andrea Novarese, Evgeny Scirtò Ostrovskiy, Maria Cristina Storchi, Tommaso Tosi, Alessandro Zappasodi The Italian Government approves a draft annual law for competition aligning national merger control rules to EU standards and extending the scope of the Competition Authority’s enforcement powers

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After several delays, on November 4, 2021, the Italian Council of Ministers examined and finally approved the draft Annual Law for Competition ("Draft") pursuant to Article 47 of Law No. 99/2009. The Draft reflects most of the proposals sent to the Italian government by the Italian Competition (...)

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