Claudia Colomba

Claudia Colomba

Senior Associate

Email [email protected]​

Phone +39 06 6758 23 1

Fax +39 06 6758 23 23

LanguagesEnglish, Italian

Practice groupGlobal Regulatory

Having received a Bachelor's Degree at the LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome and a Master's Degree in Business Law, Claudia Colomba joined the firm in 2007. Claudia was then seconded to the Legal and Regulatory Division of Assosim (Italian Association of Financial Intermediaries) in 2008, advising its associates on regulatory and financial matters.

She provides assistance to international financial institutions in a variety of industry sectors such as collective management, pensions, insurance, banking and payment services. When clients need assistance on day-to-day regulatory issues, are looking for advice on the structuring or analysis of financial, banking or insurance products, or need support to liaise with relevant Italian regulators, Claudia leverages her broad regulatory experience, is very responsive and satisfies clients' needs and requests in an efficient and timely manner. Claudia is qualified as a lawyer in Italy.

Awards and recognitions


Investment Funds
Legal 500 EMEA


Banking and Finance: Bank Regulatory
Legal 500 EMEA


Banking and finance: Bank regulatory, Italy, Recommended
Legal 500 EMEA


Banking and finance: Bank regulatory, Italy, Rising Stars
Legal 500 EMEA

Education and admissions


Masters in Business Law, LUISS Guido Carli University, 2008

Law Degree, LUISS Guido Carli University, 2007

Representative experience

Assisting foreign insurance groups in the authorisation processes for the acquisition of an Italian insurance companies.

An Italian SGR for the set-up of an Italian real estate fund.

Major market players in possible Brexit issues.

Major asset managers in their portfolio management services offered to italian pension funds, Casse di Previdenza and insurance companies.

Assistance in passporting foreign investment funds in Italy and in setting up Italian investment funds (under UCITS and AIFM Directives), advising on the structure and eligible investments of the different vehicles.

Major banks, payment institutions and e-money institutions with respect to regulatory and compliance aspects.

Commercial companies in relation to exemptions from the application of rules on payment services.

EU winding down entities the regulatory aspects of the transfer (and-on going management) of risks assets and non-strategic business units from a real estate group.

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