Vincenzo Ferrini

Trainee, Milan



Vincenzo Ferrini is member of the White & Case Italian practice. His main areas of practice are Debt Finance and Corporate M&A.

Prior to joining White & Case in July 2022 Vincenzo practiced as legal intern in a boutique law firm in Rome. Vincenzo graduated at LUISS University with the thesis "Antitrust and worker protections profiles in cross-border mergers after Directive 2121/2019". He also gained an LLM in European Law at Université Paris Pantheon-Assas with the thesis "Cross-border M&A: Interplay between competition and industrial policy" with a focus on "Killer Acquisitions".

Université Paris Panthéon-Assas

Paris, France

Luiss University

Rome, Italy



A pool of banks in connection with a €1.4 billion green loan financing granted to Italo – Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori.

The debt providers in connection with the financing for the acquisition of US Pharma Lab by Biofarma. The transaction was financed through the issuance of €200 million senior secured notes issued in euros and US dollars by Kepler S.p.A., Biofarma's parent company, and Biofarma Delawere LLC, its indirect subsidiary.

Bubbles BidCo S.p.A. and its subsidiaries in connection with a €495 million term and revolving financing intended to refinance part of the group's indebtedness. Bubbles BidCo S.p.A., through its group of companies holds a majority stake in Acqua & Sapone S.r.l., owner of the Acqua & Sapone brand, one of the largest beauty and hygiene chains in Italy.

The lenders in connection with the financing for the acquisition of U-Power Group S.p.A., an Italian manufacturer of safety shoes, by funds advised and managed by NB Renaissance, one of the major private equity funds operating in Italy.

Eni S.p.A. in connection with its agreement to acquire Neptune Energy Group Limited, a leading independent exploration and production company with a portfolio of gas-oriented assets and operations in Western Europe, North Africa, Indonesia and Australia, for a total value of US$4.9 billion.

Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena S.p.A. on the U.S. law aspects of its €2.5 billion rights issue.