Italian duo lead on failed airline rescue deal
Chiomenti and d'urso Gatti have taken the lead roles on the failed rescue mission for Alitalia, fuelling rumours that the troubled Italian airline is close to a collapse. CAI (Compagnia Aerea Italiana) - a consortium of investors led by businessman Roberto Colaninno - withdrew its offer to buy the carrier last Thursday (18 September) due to a lack of trade union support. It was reported that the deal would have cost taxpayers €2bn (£1.6bn).A d'urso Gatti team led by name partner Francesco Gatti advised the consortium, while Italian leader Chiomenti picked up the mandate for the Italian government and its commissioner.
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