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DiStazio_Cristina

CRISTINA
DI STAZIO

JUNIOR ASSOCIATE

Practice Areas

–  Compliance
–  Corporate criminal law

Bar Admissions

–  Member of the Rome Bar

Education

–  Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples (Law Degree)
–  LUISS Guido Carli, Rome (LL.M. in Fashion Law)

Languages

–  Italian (native speaker)
–  English

Cristina works mainly at the Rome office of Pavia e Ansaldo, where she practices in the Compliance department, dealing with corporate criminal liability, anti-corruption and compliance with mandatory regulations for business activities.

In particular, Cristina provides assistance and consultancy to Italian and foreign clients on:

  • assessment of the corporate activities that can be identified as potential risk activities of committing criminal offences;
  • analysis of the existing corporate control system to elaborate, in the face of the deficiencies found, policies (so-called “protocols”) that regulate the management and the modalities of the operating procedures to be performed and the prohibitions to be observed regarding risk activities of committing criminal offences;
  • drafting and implementation of the Organisational, Management and Control Models;
  • drafting and implementation of the Codes of Ethics aimed at overseeing the risks of wrongful actions or omissions through the provision of ethical-behavioural principles, which – due to their generality – may not be specifically captured by the Organisational, Management and Control Model;
  • drafting and implementation of the whistleblowing policies under Italian Legislative Decree No. 24 of 10 March, 2023 (“implementing EU Directive 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and Council of 23 October 2019 concerning the protection of individuals reporting breaches of European Union law and establishing provisions concerning the protection of individuals reporting breaches of national legislative provisions”)
  • drafting and implementation of the certification “anti-bribery management Systems – ISO 37001”
  • advice and support in the formulation and choice of corporate governance projects;
  • due diligence activities concerning the corporate criminal liability in M&A transactions.

Cristina has gained expertise in judicial assistance and extrajudicial consultancy related to corporate criminal law, focusing on corruption and fraud cases against the State.

She is member of the International Bar Association (IBA)

The Criminal Law Committee

the Business Crime Committee

DiStazio_Cristina

CRISTINA
DI STAZIO

JUNIOR ASSOCIATE

Practice Areas

–  Compliance
–  Corporate criminal law

Bar Admissions

–  Member of the Rome Bar

Education

–  Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples (Law Degree)
–  LUISS Guido Carli, Rome (LL.M. in Fashion Law)

Languages

–  Italian (native speaker)
–  English

Cristina works mainly at the Rome office of Pavia e Ansaldo, where she practices in the Compliance department, dealing with corporate criminal liability, anti-corruption and compliance with mandatory regulations for business activities.

In particular, Cristina provides assistance and consultancy to Italian and foreign clients on:

  • assessment of the corporate activities that can be identified as potential risk activities of committing criminal offences;
  • analysis of the existing corporate control system to elaborate, in the face of the deficiencies found, policies (so-called “protocols”) that regulate the management and the modalities of the operating procedures to be performed and the prohibitions to be observed regarding risk activities of committing criminal offences;
  • drafting and implementation of the Organisational, Management and Control Models;
  • drafting and implementation of the Codes of Ethics aimed at overseeing the risks of wrongful actions or omissions through the provision of ethical-behavioural principles, which – due to their generality – may not be specifically captured by the Organisational, Management and Control Model;
  • drafting and implementation of the whistleblowing policies under Italian Legislative Decree No. 24 of 10 March, 2023 (“implementing EU Directive 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and Council of 23 October 2019 concerning the protection of individuals reporting breaches of European Union law and establishing provisions concerning the protection of individuals reporting breaches of national legislative provisions”)
  • drafting and implementation of the certification “anti-bribery management Systems – ISO 37001”
  • advice and support in the formulation and choice of corporate governance projects;
  • due diligence activities concerning the corporate criminal liability in M&A transactions.

Cristina has gained expertise in judicial assistance and extrajudicial consultancy related to corporate criminal law, focusing on corruption and fraud cases against the State.

She is member of the International Bar Association (IBA)

The Criminal Law Committee

the Business Crime Committee