Nicola Tosin is an associate in the Milan office. His main areas of practice are Debt Finance and Structure Finance. Nicola regularly assists financial institutions, investment funds and corporates in the context of financing transactions, with particular focus on investment grade and leveraged finance, general corporate finance, acquisition finance and real estate finance transactions. Nicola has also notable experience assisting clients in the context of NPLs and UTPs purchase and securitisation transactions.
Prior to joining White & Case, Nicola practiced at the Milan office of an Italian major law firm and was seconded to the corporate and investment banking legal team of UniCredit S.p.A.
- A pool of banks in connection with a €315 million facilities agreement granted to an Italian company that provides classification, certification, testing, and inspection services to companies operating in different sectors.
- Ali Group S.r.l. in connection with a financing with a complex structure and a combination of sources in USD and Euro. The financing includes a €1.062 billion term loan A facility, a US$2.25 billion term loan B facility, a US$250 million revolving credit facility and a US$750 million bridge facility. The proceeds of the loans are being used (i) to finance the acquisition of Welbilt, Inc., a leading provider of equipment and solutions to the food service industry, (ii) to refinancing existing indebtedness of Welbilt and (iii) for general corporate purposes of Ali Group.
- A pool of banks in connection with a €374 million term loan facility agreement guaranteed by SACE S.p.A. under Article 1 of the Italian Liquidity Decree and granted to an Italian company that operates in the steel sector.
- Angelini Pharma S.p.A. in connection with the refinancing of its existing financial indebtedness, general corporate purposes, ordinary and extraordinary investments by Angelini Holding S.p.A. and its group.
- Amplifon S.p.A., a global leader in hearing healthcare, in connection with its €210 million refinancing of the existing indebtedness incurred in 2018 for the acquisition of the GAES Group.
- Open Fiber S.p.A. in connection with its €7 billion financing. The new facility replaces the previous €4.145 billion project financing entered into in 2018 and increased in 2020. The pool of banks included Banco BPM, BNP Paribas, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, Crédit Agricole, ING, Intesa Sanpaolo, Santander, Société Générale and UniCredit.