Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has announced the arrival of new projects partner, Nunzio Bicchieri, in its Milan office.
Nunzio, who joins the firm from Allen & Overy where he headed the firm’s project finance practice in Italy, has more than 20 years’ experience in PPP/PFI projects across the infrastructure, energy and real estate sectors.
He advises international sponsors, financial institutions, industrial companies and public entities on some of the largest project finance and project bond transactions in Italy. Nunzio is accompanied by senior associate Stefania Casini, who also joins the firm from Allen & Overy.
Attilio Pavone, the head of Italy at Norton Rose Fulbright, commented:
“We are delighted to welcome Nunzio to the Milan office and the wider firm. Through his arrival, we bolster our local and international offering to clients and further enhance our capabilities in Europe.”
Madhavi Gosavi, head of banking and finance, Europe, Middle East and Asia, commented:
“The appointment of Nunzio reflects the growth and momentum of both our global projects and wider finance practices, which continue to go from strength to strength. His extensive experience advising on some of the largest projects in Italy will add real value to our clients and our firm.”
“I am incredibly excited to be joining Norton Rose Fulbright’s top tier global projects, energy and infrastructure practices, which provide an excellent platform for me to advise on the most ground-breaking and innovative transactions. I look forward to working with colleagues both in Italy and across the firm’s offices to support clients and the continued growth of the practice.”
Norton Rose Fulbright’s projects practice is one of the largest in the world, with over 350 project and project finance lawyers located across its more than 50 offices. The team represent lenders, sponsors, developers, institutional investors, contractors, operators and government entities in major domestic and cross-border projects and project financings, acting on some of the most innovative, complex and challenging projects globally.
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