Laura Prosperetti’s practice focuses on EU and Italian banking and financial law and regulation.

Laura advises clients on a broad range of regulatory, transactional and enforcement matters, including compliance issues linked to the implementation of EU financial regulatory reforms (in the fields of capital requirements, corporate governance, derivatives clearing, bank recovery and resolution, credit ratings, investment funds, consumer credit, payment services, transparency, and anti-money laundering), mergers and acquisitions of regulated entities, and regulatory investigations and enforcement. She has also taken part in several white-collar criminal defenses relating to alleged breaches of banking and securities laws.

Laura joined Cleary Gottlieb in 2007 and became a senior attorney in 2015. Prior to joining the firm, she worked with the Prosperetti & Associati law firm.

Selected Activities

  • Assistant lecturer in business and banking law, Roma Tre University
  • Member, Rome panel of the Banking and Financial Ombudsman (ABF)
  • Author of several articles on contract and corporate law matters and a frequent speaker on banking and financial matters

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