The right connections.

Over the lifetime of large assets, what comes into play increasingly more often is the need to manage Mergers and Acquisitions. Spada Partners is the ideal partner thanks to its real and in-depth knowledge and assessment of the company and of the Italian economic, family, and financial contexts. The Firm stands alongside its domestic and international clients when setting up Financial due diligence and Tax due diligence processes, purchases and sales of companies and corporate branches or shareholdings.


Extraordinary transactions

The Firm assists Italian and foreign enterprises and private equity funds in the negotiation, (financial and fiscal) structuring, and execution of acquisitions and disposals of businesses or shareholdings, and extraordinary financial transactions.

In M&A transactions, the Firm provides support in all stages of the negotiations through to the finalization of contractual agreements and the closing of the transaction.

Structuring of new governance schemes.

Business reorganization as part of generational transition processes.


Spada Partners provides assistance in minority or majority shareholding investments or divestments, as well as in the subsequent management and negotiation of the relevant transactions.


We offer support in finding new shareholders or venture capitals and in the setting up of leverage and management buy-in and buy-out transactions.


In order to be resolved in the best way possible, critical situations have to be addressed quickly. Thanks to its renowned flexibility and fast responsiveness, Spada Partners offers effective support in situations of business distress, whether due to endogenous or exogenous factors, such as financial difficulties, organizational shortcomings, or generational transfer issues, including the provision of temporary management services.

The Firm has a consolidated experience in the liquidation and dismissal of businesses or groups of businesses, including large companies subject to the provisions of Italian Laws no. 95/1979 (the so-called Prodi Bis) and no. 347/2003 (the so-called Marzano Law).