Daniele Vella

Daniele Vella

Senior Associate, Milan

Email daniele.vella@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +39 02 720 2521

Fax +39 02 72025252

LanguagesEnglish, Italian, French

Practice groupFinance

Daniele Vella had already over 10 years' experience in the finance frontline when he joined Hogan Lovells in 2011, to assist in Italian and cross-border financial transactions. Whether the deal is about securitising receivables, assisting in delicate financial negotiations or finding the key to a problem, Daniele will always provide his prompt support to his clients. 

Both his experience and his personal commitment and passion for his work give him the energy to help his clients to reach their targets, agreeing upon suitable commercial solutions and keeping risks under control. He's appreciated by all of his clients, who enjoy his responsiveness and competence, always mixed with a kind, friendly and relaxed approach. He carried out his studies and his career in Italy, France and England.

Education and admissions


Law Degree, LUISS Guido Carli University, 1996

LL.M., University of London


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Related industries

Financial Institutions

Representative experience

Advising Santander, as arranger and originator, in connection with several rated and listed securitisations involving different type of consumer loans and legal structures.

Advising Ford Credit on the securitisation of auto consumer loan, consumer lease and dealer floorplan receivables originated in Italy.

Advising Credit Agricole, Corporate and Investment Bank, in relation to certain trade receivables revolving securitisation transactions in the automotive sector.

Advising Deutsche Bank, Amsterdam as Co-ordinating Mandated Lead Arranger in relation to a €400m collateralised borrowing base facility for NLMK Verona (Italy).

Acting as Chairman of the covered bondholders meetings held to approve the restructure of an €10bn covered bonds programme of an Italian major bank.

Advising UniCredit Bank AG, as arranger, in relation to the issue of € 9 billion bonds in connection with a structured finance transaction of the UniCredit Banking Group.

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