The Italian magazine Motore Italia Emilia Romagna of Milano Finanza dedicated a focus to Bacciardi Partners international business law firm, qualifying it as a reference point for companies in the Emilia-Romagna region (Italy) and as a support for their dimensional growth through internationalization.
A recent survey conducted by Confindustria Romagna on a sample of 224 companies in Rimini and Ravenna (Italy) has shown that the rush for internationalization represents for companies in Emilia-Romagna the most important tool for market diversification, but it is paved with obstacles related to company size and lack of financing and adequate support.
Bacciardi Partners, in its almost fifty years of activity and through its office in Bologna (Italy), has assisted most of the growth and development projects on foreign markets of Emilia-Romagna companies, providing advice and assistance in the stipulation of international commercial agreements, in the establishment of joint ventures, representative offices, branches and subsidiaries abroad, in the expatriation and impatriation of workers, in the regulation of tax and customs aspects of international commercial operations.
In addition, the Corporate Finance department of Bacciardi Partners, headed by Renato Capanna and managing partner Lorenzo Bacciardi, LL.M., has advised on numerous cross-border M&A and acquisition transactions. In particular, the Corporate Finance department stood out for its ability to conceive and plan M&A transactions and generational transitions of family businesses, which characterise the Emilia-Romagna region, working alongside the client, sharing their values, needs and objectives and jointly defining strategies.
With this ‘tailor-made’ approach Bacciardi Partners has put its experience at the service of Emilia-Romagna entrepreneurs and contributed to their dimensional growth and to the development of the economic and social context in which they operate.
Thanks to all the clients who have relied on our Firm for the success and development of their businesses.
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