Daniele Gambirasio

Expertise

  • Corporate law
  • National and international corporate law, with particular focus on:
    • extraordinary transactions and corporate crises
    • private and public M&A, joint ventures
    • governance issues
  • African markets
  • Financial Institutions
  • Capital markets
  • Foreign languages: English

Background

  • Member of the Africa Team
  • Joined BonelliErede in 2010

– Seconded to Werksmans Attorneys (Johannesburg) in the corporate/M&A sector in 2016

 

Qualifications

  • Member of the Italian Bar
  • Law degree from the University of Genoa

Knowledge Sharing

The Aiuti-bis Decree proposes solutions to Italy’s water emergency

The legislator’s attention is focused on the water emergency in Italy, and Article 14 of the Aiuti-Bis Decree - which came into force last August 10 - provides strict deadlines for entrusting the integrated water service (the “IWS”) throughout the Country. The Ai …

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US Supreme Court on Discovery: private international arbitrations do not qualify as foreign or international tribunals under Section 1782 of the U.S. Code

On 13 June 2022 a long-awaited ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court decided that private adjudicatory bodies do not count as “foreign or international tribunals” under Section 1782 of the U.S. Code, not even where a sovereign is a party. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the test to be carri …

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Conversion of the Sostegni Ter Decree into law confirms the two-way compensation mechanism for electricity produced by renewable energy power plants

Renewable energy sources are once again in the legislative spotlight – this time with the conversion of the Sostegni Ter Decree into law on 29 March. According to the conversion law the compensation mechanism now has a definitive form under our regulatory framework: which are the main address …

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New interpretation of the tax-free step-up regime for taxpayers in the hotel and spa industry

On last 1st March the Italian Tax Authority changed its prior restrictive guidelines and significantly extended the scope of application of the tax-free step-up regime for hotel assets. Which are the main features of the new interpretation? Is this regime still applicable for taxpayers th …

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The Anti-fraud Decree and electricity produced by renewable energy power plants

Art. 5 of Law Decree No. 13 of 25 February 2022 (“Anti-fraud Decree”) – which came into force on 26 February 2022 – significantly amends the two-way compensation mechanism introduced by Art. 16 of the Sostegni-ter Decree in relation to the price of energy from re …

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ARERA final guidelines on the waste tariff method for the second regulatory period (MTR-2)

The Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and the Environment (“ARERA”), with resolution 138/2021/R/RIF dated 30 March 2021 started the procedure to define the waste tariff method for the second regulatory period (“MTR-2”) and, lastly, with the consultation document No. 282/ …

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Hydrogen: a new season begins

It is a molecule that could revolutionise the world of energy. But where do things stand with its development and use? What structural and legal limits are hindering progress, and how can they be overcome? And what opportunities are out there? Our

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Extension of the deadline to waive ‘Tremonti Ambiente’ tax incentive to allow taxpayers to continue benefitting from the feed-in tariff incentive

Taxpayers now have until 31 December to notify the Italian tax authority of their wish to waive the ‘Tremonti Ambiente’ tax incentive and thus continue benefitting from the feed-in tariff incentives under Energy Bill III, IV and V. This is thanks to the conversion law of the Simplification …

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Covid-19 and Egyptian Law Key Issues: Amendments to personal income tax law

The Covid-19 outbreak in Egypt and in many areas of the Middle East and North Africa has led to a public health emergency and unforeseen challenges for businesses. It has also led to uncertainties, including from a tax/legal perspective. No doubt you are asking yourself many questions, espec …

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Maritime disputes and arbitration during Covid-19: current trends and future prospects

Which is the impact of the COVID-19 emergency in international arbitration? Our Shipping & Transport Focus Team and International Arbitration Focus Team give an overview of the measures adopted by the arbitral institutions, including those specialized in maritime disputes, to facilitate …

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EU Directive on copyright in the digital single market

On June 7th, Directive (EU)2019/790 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market entered into force. Its purpose is to (i) harmonize further EU law applicable to copyright and related rights in the framework of the internal market, (ii) introduce additional exceptions and limita …

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Publication of "FER1 Decree"

On 9 August 2019, the Decree of the Ministry of Economic Development, in cooperation with the Minister of the Environment and Protection of Land and Sea, of 4 July 2019 was published in the Italian Official Journal No. 186 (the "FER1 Decree"). It came into force on 10 August 2019, introduces n …

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Development Decree: new amendments to the Italian Securitisation Law

Law Decree No. 34 of 30 April 2019 (the so-called Decreto Crescita, or "Development Decree") has introduced some further, significant amendments to the "Italian Securitisation Law" aimed, inter alia at (i) fostering the transfer of “unlikely to pay” (UTP) receivables; (ii) introducing chang …

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TAX Treatment of REOCOs: some clarifications from the Italian Tax Authority

Which are the accounting and tax ramifications for ReoCos incorporated under the new Article 7.1 of the Securitisation Law? In the document available here, our real state Focus Tea …

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2019 Budget law: New amendments to the Italian securitisation law

The 2019 Budget Law has amended the Securitisation Law by  (i) removing certain restrictions on CDOs, (ii) clarifying the rules governing the direct lending by securitisation vehicles, (iii) clarifying on the rules gove …

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The European Fund for sustainable development and the EFSD guarantee

In 2017 the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union have established the European Fund for Sustainable Development (EFSD), the EFSD Guarantee and the EFSD Guarantee Fund: measures supporting businesses, bodies and organisations with the goal (i) to enable inve …

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Insights

Children in Protracted Crises Conference on the difficulties faced by millions of children around the world - 14 June 2017

BonelliErede was the main sponsor of the conference “Children in Protracted Crises” in Genoa on 16 June, hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa and Enrico De Barbieri (Honorary Consul of South Africa). The conference was aimed at raising public awareness of the difficulties f …

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BonelliErede takes part in the ICE-organised “Addis Chamber International Trade Fair” 28 Feb–1 Mar - 24 February 2017

The 21st edition of the ACTIF international trade fair kicks off tomorrow in Addis Ababa. ACTIF is the multi-sector go-to event in the Horn of Africa dedicated to opportunities for Italian companies in Ethiopia. Gianpiero Succi, Francesca Secondari, Daniele Gambirasio and Mario Volpe will be sp …

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International Agro-Industry Investment Forum in Addis Ababa - 12 October 2016

From 5 to 7 October 2016, His Excellency Mr. Hailemariam Desalegn, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, hosted the first International Agro-Industry Investment Forum in Addis Ababa.The event was co-organized by the Government of Ethiopia and UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) …

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