Seyfarth introduces corporate lawyer in Hong Kong

Stefano Beghi specializes in M&A and corporate and commercial law

Seyfarth introduces corporate lawyer in Hong Kong

Seyfarth has welcomed partner Stefano Beghi to the firm’s international department in Hong Kong. He joins Seyfarth from Gianni & Origoni where he was a partner for almost 20 years in the corporate/M&A department.

Beghi specializes in M&A and corporate and commercial law. He has significant experience in assisting Italian, European, and international companies, as well as family-owned businesses, with such matters. Beghi also has extensive experience in handling major transactions in the Middle East and Asia.

“Stefano is a talented and highly regarded lawyer with a proven history of providing first class counsel to clients across borders,” said Darren Perry, co-chair of Seyfarth’s international department and managing partner of the firm’s Melbourne and Sydney offices. “He is a significant asset for our team as we look to strategically continue to grow Seyfarth’s global platform.”

Beghi brings significant cross-border experience in EMEA. Prior to joining Gianni & Origoni as a partner, he worked at international advisory firms including Andersen Legal (later Deloitte), as well as Ernst & Young.

“Stefano’s deep cross-border experience is invaluable as business becomes increasingly global in nature,” said Peter Talibart, co-chair of Seyfarth’s international department and managing partner of the London office. “Seyfarth’s growing work at the vanguard of cross-border legal projects, paired with Stefano’s proven success, makes him the perfect addition to our practice at a time of substantial growth at our firm.”

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