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MARIO
DI GIULIO

PARTNER

Head of the Desk Africa 
Co-Head of the Banking and Finance Department

Bar Admissions

–  Member of the Rome Bar

Education

– University of Rome La Sapienza (Law Degree cum laude)

Languages

–  Italian (native speaker)
–  English

Mario Di Giulio has been a partner of the firm since 2007 and shares his time between our Rome and Milan offices.

Mario has extensive experience in the banking and finance sector and thanks to his background both as practicing attorney and as in-house lawyer in leading banks has honed his skills in the structuring, leading and managing of deals in his areas of specialization, where he is recognized as a major Italian expert in securitization and structured finance transactions.

Mario also has consolidated experience in debt capital market and derivatives transactions.

Mario has cooperated with the European Commission for searching credit enhancement mechanisms to finance the infrastructure development in eastern Africa, taking part in the drafting of international agreements.

The in-depth knowledge of the companies, also internal, has led Mario to carry out compliance activities as member of many supervisory bodies set up pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 231/2001.

He is Chairman of the Supervisory Body of S&P Global Ratings, Italian and Spanish branches, and a member of the International Bar Association (IBA).

Mario is Adjunt Professor of Law of Developing Countries at Campus Bio-Medico University and Member of the Scientic Committee at Luiss Guido Carli Universty – Master in Fashion Law.

NEWS AND eventS

PUBLICATIONS

Articles

 

12.2023 –  Finanza sostenibile, il rischio della bolla verde e cosa ci insegnano gli scacchi, We Wealth

 

06.09.2023Fashion industry: la sostenibilità pone nuove sfide legali, La Svolta

 

27.08.2023 – L’India vuole rendere la moda (e il mondo) più sostenibile, La Svolta

 

13.07.2023 – The lawyer and the challenge of sustainability, Leaders League

 

12.05.2023 – Africa: l’indipendenza e l’autonomia passano dai data center

 

13.03.2023 – I “debt for nature swap” aiutano nella lotta al cambiamento climatico: ecco come

 

09.02.2023 – L’Africa non è l’Europa: lì le criptovalute servono davvero, non c’è speculazione, HuffPost

 

17.02.2023 – La Corte di Cassazione restituisce l’equità fiscale alle cartolarizzazioni, Milano Finanza

 

23.01.2023Global Health, i limiti delle relazioni a senso unico: l’esempio di Africa e India, Agenda Digitale

 

18.01.2023Clima, perché un’Africa forte conviene anche all’Occidente, Agenda Digitale

 

13.01.2023 – Anche in Africa iniziano a regolamentare il Fintech: il caso Kenya, HuffPost

 

12.2022  – The Nexus between The Rule of Law and Development, UniCamillus Global Health Journal

 

14.12.2022Africa: l’unione fa la forza, La Svolta

 

30.11.2022 – Sistemi di allerta meteo globali: anche così si limitano i danni del cambiamento climatico

 

24.11.2022‘Loss and damage fund’ per il clima, chi ne beneficerà? Troppa confusione sui ‘Paesi in via di sviluppo’, Agenda Digitale

 

23.11.2022 – Cambiamento Climatico, perché la cooperazione tra Paesi è la chiave di volta: lo scenario, Agenda Digitale

 

18.11.2022Pagamenti digitali in Africa, servono regole: le ombre sul futuro, Agenda Digitale

 

26.10.2022Giudizio di rinvio (quasi) mai con nuove prove, ItaliaOggi

 

15.05.2019 – Fintech in Africa: l’inclusione finanziaria va a braccetto con la tecnologia

 

Books

 

04.2023Fashion Law and Sustainability – Fashion the Planet on Sustainability, The Thinking Watermill Bricks, Dike Giuridica

 

29.06.2022 – Human Rights in the Digital Era: Technological Evolution and a Return to Natural Law

Pea_585_DiGiulio_Mario

MARIO
Di GIULIO

PARTNER

Head of the Desk Africa 
Co-Head of the Banking and Finance Department

Bar Admissions

–  Member of the Rome Bar

Education

– University of Rome La Sapienza (Law Degree cum laude)

Languages

–  Italian (native speaker)
–  English

Mario Di Giulio has been a partner of the firm since 2007 and shares his time between our Rome and Milan offices.

Mario has extensive experience in the banking and finance sector and thanks to his background both as practicing attorney and as in-house lawyer in leading banks has honed his skills in the structuring, leading and managing of deals in his areas of specialization, where he is recognized as a major Italian expert in securitization and structured finance transactions.

Mario also has consolidated experience in debt capital market and derivatives transactions.

Mario has cooperated with the European Commission for searching credit enhancement mechanisms to finance the infrastructure development in eastern Africa, taking part in the drafting of international agreements.

The in-depth knowledge of the companies, also internal, has led Mario to carry out compliance activities as member of many supervisory bodies set up pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 231/2001.

He is Chairman of the Supervisory Body of S&P Global Ratings, Italian and Spanish branches, and a member of the International Bar Association (IBA).

Mario is Adjunt Professor of Law of Developing Countries at Campus Bio-Medico University and Member of the Scientic Committee at Luiss Guido Carli Universty – Master in Fashion Law.

NEWS ANd eventS

PUBLICATIONS

Articles

 

12.2023 –  Finanza sostenibile, il rischio della bolla verde e cosa ci insegnano gli scacchi, We Wealth

 

06.09.2023Fashion industry: la sostenibilità pone nuove sfide legali, La Svolta

 

27.08.2023 – L’India vuole rendere la moda (e il mondo) più sostenibile, La Svolta

 

13.07.2023 – The lawyer and the challenge of sustainability, Leaders League

 

12.05.2023 – Africa: l’indipendenza e l’autonomia passano dai data center

 

13.03.2023 – I “debt for nature swap” aiutano nella lotta al cambiamento climatico: ecco come

 

09.02.2023 – L’Africa non è l’Europa: lì le criptovalute servono davvero, non c’è speculazione, HuffPost

 

17.02.2023 – La Corte di Cassazione restituisce l’equità fiscale alle cartolarizzazioni, Milano Finanza

 

23.01.2023Global Health, i limiti delle relazioni a senso unico: l’esempio di Africa e India, Agenda Digitale

 

18.01.2023Clima, perché un’Africa forte conviene anche all’Occidente, Agenda Digitale

 

13.01.2023 – Anche in Africa iniziano a regolamentare il Fintech: il caso Kenya, HuffPost

 

12.2022  – The Nexus between The Rule of Law and Development, UniCamillus Global Health Journal

 

14.12.2022Africa: l’unione fa la forza, La Svolta

 

30.11.2022 – Sistemi di allerta meteo globali: anche così si limitano i danni del cambiamento climatico

 

24.11.2022‘Loss and damage fund’ per il clima, chi ne beneficerà? Troppa confusione sui ‘Paesi in via di sviluppo’, Agenda Digitale

 

23.11.2022 – Cambiamento Climatico, perché la cooperazione tra Paesi è la chiave di volta: lo scenario, Agenda Digitale

 

18.11.2022Pagamenti digitali in Africa, servono regole: le ombre sul futuro, Agenda Digitale

 

26.10.2022Giudizio di rinvio (quasi) mai con nuove prove, ItaliaOggi

 

15.05.2019 – Fintech in Africa: l’inclusione finanziaria va a braccetto con la tecnologia

 

Books

 

04.2023Fashion Law and Sustainability – Fashion the Planet on Sustainability, The Thinking Watermill Bricks, Dike Giuridica

 

29.06.2022 – Human Rights in the Digital Era: Technological Evolution and a Return to Natural Law