Italian indies bag €100bn banking merger
Italian independents Chiomenti and Grimaldi e Associati have bagged lead roles on the latest bumper deal in the fast-consolidating Italian banking sector - the proposed merger between UniCredit and Capitalia, which would create a banking giant worth around €100bn (£68bn). Chiomenti is advising Capitalia, with corporate partner Michele Carpinelli leading the team. Grimaldi corporate partner Roberto Capelli is acting on behalf of Unicredit.
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