The Curtis Rome office was established in 2014 as the firm’s second office in Italy. It focuses primarily on corporate, banking and finance, and real estate investment in the Italian market. It advises both international and Italian clients.
Rome based partners are well known within Italy as senior practitioners and have been recognized by prominent legal market guides such as Legal 500, PLC and IFLR. They have built a solid reputation by representing the interests of international investors and sovereign wealth funds in Italian markets, especially in banking and real estate. They work closely with the attorneys in the Milan office.
International banks and investors, sovereign wealth funds in Italian markets, and leading Italian banks and financial institutions rely on Curtis’ banking, finance and real estate advice on their most complex transactions. Italian clients also benefit from access to Curtis’ global capabilities through their local, Italian-speaking attorneys in Rome. In addition to core corporate and finance expertise, clients benefit from the tax and litigation capabilities of the firm’s Italian offices.
In real estate, the office advises national and multinational corporations and large investment funds on the acquisition, development and divestiture of real estate within Italy and across Europe.
The Rome office coordinates closely with the firm’s other offices in Europe, the United States, Latin America, the Middle East and Central Asia in advising and representing private companies, multinational corporations, financial institutions, and sovereign entities on general corporate and finance matters, including establishing subsidiaries in Italy and complying with Italian corporate regulations, as well as issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, labor and employment, real estate, competition, intellectual property, tax and administrative law.
The Rome office comprises Italian and internationally trained attorneys, some of which are admitted in both Italy and the U.S.
The office is a part of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, an English-registered limited liability partnership.