Atty. Carlo Zaccagnini
Carlo Zaccagnini undergraduated in 1995 at "La Sapienza" University of Rome defending a thesis on "The criminal liability of Directors of Joint Companies for buy-back operations. Implementation the European Communities Directive number 92/101". In 2000 graduated at Postgraduate School in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure at the "La Sapienza" University of Rome. He's chartered on the Supreme Court Bar ("Albo dei Cassazionisti") since 22th of March 2013 and on Lawyer's Register of Rome ("Albo degli Avvocati di Roma") since 20th of January 2001.In 1997 he was Research officer at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at University City of London in comparatistic researches on anti money laundering compliance regulations in England, U.S.A. and Italy. His works have been published in 1998 on The Journal of Financial Crimes and on The Journal of Money Laundering.
In 1998 he was Member of the Directive Commitee on the Sixteenth Simposyum on International Economic Crime and autor of the workshop “Show me the money: an ipothetic money laundering scheme realized by means the study of gaps in banking and financial regulation in U.S.A., “off-shore” countries and U.E. States".He gained major professional experience collaborating with preminent roman Law Firms: in 1999 - 2000, at Chiomenti law firm, Carlo Zaccagnini worked on criminal implications of merger and acquisition of incorporated enterprises, securitisation, drafting of financial agreements (derivates and swaps, futures, Fras); in 2000 - 2001 he's in Vassalli and partners where he deepened his experience in money laundering offences, frauds, international corruption, bankruptcy and financial crimes.Since the opening of his own firm, he represents clients in bankruptcy schemes concerning amounts of several millions euros upon the Courts of Rome, Turin, Milan and Asti; he assists several clients in medical negligence and medical mispractice criminal cases.
He is also an expert on offences against urban planning - Legislative Decree 380/2001 - and on judicial activity related to white collar crimes as money laundering offences, frauds, international corruption, bankruptcy frauds, insolvency, (sect. 216, 217, 219 and 223 of Royal Decree n. 267/42), financial crimes; he defended General Managers, Chief Excecutive Officers, Directors, members of the Board, Internal Auditors of Banks and Incorporated Enterprises (sect. 2621 c.c.; sect. 134 of Legislative Decree n. 385/1993; 174 of Legislative Decree n. 58/1998).