Giorgio Corno

Partner,
Studio Corno Avvocati

Giorgio Corno practices law as an avvocato in Milan (Italy) and heads Studio Corno Avvocati, a boutique law firm established in 1994 with a specific focus on insolvency and restructuring. He has a long-standing experience in insolvency and restructuring law, advising debtors, insolvency practitioners as well as credit insurers within national and foreign insolvency proceedings either on Italian insolvency or on international and cross-border issues. According to Who’s Who Legal and Global Restructuring Review – Restructuring & Insolvency 2020, he is a “recommended global and national leader”.

Admitted to practice law in front of the Italian Supreme Court, he is qualified as a solicitor (England and Wales) as well as a certified turnaround professional (EACTP).

Insol Europe deputy president and council member (Italy reserved seat) since 2018, and former member of the executive of Ceril – Conference of European Restructuring and Insolvency Law, he is an associate of International Insolvency Institute, International Law Association as well as European Law Institute.

He contributed to several projects financed by the EU Commission and, in 2020, together with Italian members of the group of experts of the European Commission, he reported the European Commission on Italy Covid-19 related measures on insolvency and restructuring. He contributed as well to the research projects on restructuring of the European Law Institute (2017) and of the American Bankruptcy Institute. He acts as an expert for the Italian national council of accountants’ on a quarterly review on cross-border and international insolvency (CNDCEC).

He regularly contributes as an expert on international and cross border insolvency to a quarterly bulletin on cross border and international insolvency developments of the Italian national foundation council of chartered accountants (Fondazione Nazionale Dottori Commercialisti).

He regularly lectures and contributes to law publications and reviews, mainly on cross border and international insolvency issues.