Francesco Saverio Seri focuses his practice on the banking and finance sector, where he assists key Italian and international banks in acquisition, real estate, leveraged and corporate finance transactions, and alternative investment funds (including debt funds) in relation to banking and finance matters.
Francesco previously worked at a prominent Italian law firm focusing his activities on project finance.
Advised companies belonging to one of the world’s leading group operating in the private education’s business, in connection with a term loan facility granted by a pool of Italian and international banks, with the aim of supporting their financial needs connected to the ordinary course of business as well as to the repayment of the existing financial indebtedness
Advised a primary Italian credit institution in connection with a term loan facility granted to an Italian real estate AIF aimed at supporting the financial needs connected to the acquisition and futuristic redevelopment of a real estate asset located in Milan, in the City Life area
Legal assistance to a leading company investing in the European real economy, (including clean energy and private equity) in connection with a term and revolving loan facility granted by a primary Italian credit institution and aimed at supporting—inter alia—part of the financial needs related to the acquisition, by a controlled company, of 100 per cent of an international company operating both in the United States and in Italy and whose business is focused in the production and sale of polypropylene nonwovens
Advised a pool of Italian banks in connection with the term loan facilities granted to an Italian real estate alternative investment fund and owner of a significant real estate portfolio (with an estimated market value equal to EUR 2 billion) located throughout Italy and currently let to various public entities
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