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Maria Cristina Storchi

White & Case (Milan)
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Maria Cristina Storchi is an Italian qualified lawyer with more than 30 years of experience in the areas of corporate and M&A, capital markets, private equity and restructuring and. Her practice focuses on public and private M&A, public tender offers, exchange offers, capital markets matters and general corporate representation, privatizations and restructurings. She has considerable experience advising listed companies on large Italian and cross-border M&A and restructuring transactions. According to Chambers & Partners Europe, clients say Maria Cristina has "an outstanding capability to deal with complex issues" and "is experienced in handling cross-border corporate restructuring mandates, refinancing procedures and distressed M&A transactions". Maria Cristina regularly advises companies and private equity funds in connection with large Italian and cross-border M&A transactions with particular experience advising listed companies. She is recommended in Commercial Corporate and M&A and in Private Equity by The Legal 500 2021 and IFLR1000 2021 ranked her as Rising Star in M&A and Private Equity. In 2021 Maria Cristina was ranked among the most active lawyers for M&A Mid Market at the Milano Finanza Legal Awards. Maria Cristina has extensive experience advising companies in connection with corporate and financial restructurings. She is ranked among the leading Restructuring & Insolvency lawyers in Chambers & Partner Europe 2021 and she is recommended by The Legal 500 2021 in the same area of practice.

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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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