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Louis de Gabriele

Louis de Gabriele
Partner at Camilleri Preziosi
since 1993

 Louis read law between 1983 and 1988 and was admitted to the profession in 1989. He joined Camilleri Preziosi as an associate in 1993 and was invited to partnership in 1995.  Currently he heads the Banking and Finance practice Group at Camilleri Preziosi, which incorporates the corporate, banking, tax, and insurance units of the firm.

 

His area of expertise is principally banking, corporate finance, and M&A where he has been actively involved since the beginning of his career.

 

During his career he has worked on a number of assignments in his particular areas of expertise acting for both local and foreign clients.  He has led the Camilleri Preziosi team on a number of Mergers and Acquisition transactions, both local and for international corporates, as well as capital markets assignments acting mostly for issuers of both equity and debt instruments.  His expertise in this area has also involved him in advising the Government of Malta on a number of privatisation engagements including the privatisation of the then telecoms incumbent and Malta’s international airport. Banking has also been a major area of focus acting for banks and other funding institutions extensively in financing transactions and other banking operations..

 

Louis is a lecturer on “Drafting and Negotiating Commercial Contracts” in the Faculty of Laws at the University of Malta and an examiner in Commercial Law at the University of Malta.  He is also a speaker in various conferences on topics within his area of expertise. 



Education

 

LL.D – University of Malta

LL.M Corporate & Commercial Law – University of London

Member of the Chamber of Advocates

Member of the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners

 

 

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