Silvio Tersilla is a crisis management expert with a strong track record in assisting both investors willing to invest in distressed business and companies in crisis, providing innovative solutions mainly in the context of “pre-insolvent and insolvent composition”.
He assists multinational groups and large enterprises in managing their relationships with clients and suppliers under financial distressed.
He is active in bankruptcy litigation, also as advisors of the estate, he is involved in cross boarder insolvency reorganization.
He assists hedge funds working on the debt market or those willing to purchase “illiquid assets” from insolvency procedure.
His industries are construction, gaming, fashion and automotive.
After graduating in Law in 1992, he obtained an LL.M. from the London School of Economics. Prior to joining the firm in 2009, Silvio was Head of the Business Restructuring and Insolvency department in a prominent international law firm.
Silvio regularly collaborates with major legal publications (Fallimento 7/2011 "Soluzioni "consensuali" nei concordati: il prepackaged bankruptcy all'italiana”, Diritto Fallimentare 3-4/2012 “La prededucibilità è un reale incentivo al finanziamento delle imprese in concordato preventivo”; “L’Esecuzione anticipata dei concordati preventivi chiusi”, Il Nuovo Diritto delle Società n. 22/2016) and is often involved as a key speaker in various conferences in Italy and abroad.
Silvio is member of the Italian Bar.
He speaks Italian, English and French.
- ROME Bar (Italy)
- University LUISS "Guido Carli" of Rome
- London School of Economics and Political Science, LL.M.
Areas of Practice
- Insolvency and Reorganisations
He has been admitted to practice law in Italy and is member of the International Insolvency Institute and of the Turnaround Management Association. Silvio actively participates in their initiatives.
Professional Activities and Experience
Prior to joining Gianni, Grippo, Origoni & Partners in 2009, Silvio was Head of the Business Restructuring and Insolvency department at Lovells.