Italian non-performing loans

Past Event - Video Available | September.18.2014 | 8am - 10am (GMT Standard Time)

Orrick - London

Italian banks face tough structural challenges and in response many are looking to manage their portfolio by selling non-performing loans - NPLs. The Italian NPL sector is generating considerable investor interest, even for those whose investment activity normally focuses on single name corporate distressed debt. 

Please join us to discuss how to structure deals and obtain returns on Italian NPLs. Chaired by European Restructuring co-head Stephen Phillips, our Italian team will be joined by key representatives in the industry including a leading Italian bank, a top tier servicer, and a leading financial adviser involved in asset quality reviews.

Participants

  • Francesco Guarneri - President, Guber
  • Paolo Altichieri - Head of Capital Markets, Banca Popolare di Vicenza
  • Ambrogio Virgilio - Partner, Ernst & Young
  • Gianrico Giannesi - Structured Finance Partner, Orrick - Rome office 
  • Emanuela Molinaro - Real Estate Partner, Orrick - Milan office
  • Daniela Andreatta - Restructuring and Insolvency Counsel, Orrick - Milan office

Materials

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Practice:

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Restructuring

Daniela Andreatta Special Counsel

Milan

Daniela Andreatta, special counsel in the Milan office, has an extensive M&A and corporate background and a broad experience in bankruptcy-related matters.

Daniela practice covers cross-border corporate transactions and the so called “special situations”, which include investments in distressed assets (non-performing loans, debt and/or equity in listed/unlisted distressed companies), buy-outs from insolvency proceedings and bankruptcy-related litigation. In recent years, she has assisted banks, Italian and foreign investors and debtors in complex deals of corporate restructurings relating to the financial indebtedness and concordato proceedings.

Prior to joining Orrick, Daniela was a member of Studio Legale Tributario in Milan, a law firm Associated with Ernst & Young International.