As a senior associate in our Corporate Group, Aldo Boni de Nobili focuses his practice on transactional corporate matters. He advises a range of clients, including multinational corporations, primarily on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, outbound investments and foreign direct investment into China in the retail, food and beverage, education, e-commerce, and banking industries, among others. His practice also covers infrastructure and energy projects.

Aldo joined Hogan Lovells' Milan team in 2012, where he was an associate in the Finance group, and has been working in our Beijing office since 2013. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Aldo worked in the banking and finance department of a renowned Italian law firm and in the Beijing office of a major Chinese law firm. Aldo speaks Italian, English and Chinese Mandarin.

Education and admissions

Education

Law Degree, University of Trieste, 2006

Bar admissions and qualifications

Italy

Milan

Representative experience

Advising top-tier UK firm on establishing luxury outlet shopping centers in China, corporate/commercial issues, and negotiation of lease documentation with brand tenants.

Advising the Ministry of Finance of Ecuador in connection with a dual currency loan of approximately US$900 million from China Development Bank.

Advising owners of group of companies providing education services in China in the context of offshore and onshore sale of business to renowned private equity firm.

Advising a Chinese investment fund in connection with finance transactions involving the development of infrastructure projects in Africa.

Advising a leading Chinese E-commerce company on the formation of an e-commerce and logistics joint venture in Indonesia.

Advising financial institutions on securitization transactions of receivables from residential mortgage loans (RMBS), commercial mortgage loans (CMBS), loans to small-medium enterprises (SMEs), and financial leasing.

Advising Duke University on the establishment of Sino-foreign higher education institute Duke Kunshan University in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province.

Advising banks and corporates on national and cross-border bank finance transactions, including in the fields of acquisition finance, LBOs, mortgage lending and real estate finance.

Advising Intel Capital in connection with venture capital investments in leading edge technology companies in China.

Advising bank syndicates on several debt restructuring deals, including both in the context of formal certified plans, restructuring agreements and composition with creditors.

Advising the Republic of Ecuador in connection with several oil-backed financing transactions involving Chinese banks and oil buyers.

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