A New Governance for Chiomenti

A New Governance for Chiomenti

Chiomenti’s Partners’ Meeting has approved a new governance structure, appointing a Strategic Committee to lead the Firm for the next three years.

Francesco Tedeschini, aged 60 and already Senior Partner of the Firm, was elected ChairmanFilippo Modulo, aged 50 and Managing Partner for the past three years, and Gregorio Consoli, aged 42, have been appointed Managing Partners and, together with

Giulia Battaglia and Massimo Antonini, are the members of the Strategic Committee.

Through these appointments, the Firm aims to consolidate its professional excellence in the Italian market and to continue its role as leader in the most complex operations and the most significant challenges facing the country in the coming years.

I am very pleased with the decisions of the Partners’ Meeting. This is a further step towards the institutionalization of our Firm, which has always focused on recognizing the importance of skills and on the key role played by the legal profession,” said Francesco Tedeschini.

Filippo Modulo added “This is a Strategic Committee representative of three generations of professionals, which is in office for a three-year term with a ten years forwardlooking spirit and a strong ambition to continue the Firm’s growth and positioning at the top of the market.”

“The next three years will be dedicated to building the Firm on its skills and talent. We are sure that – also by making the most of the contributions of a new generation of Partners – the Firm can be a point of reference for the legal profession in Italy“, concluded Gregorio Consoli.

The Partners’ Meeting also appointed a new Compensation Committee and a Policies and Conduct Committee to assist the Strategic Committee in managing the career paths of the Firm’s professionals and its policies.