Each year, at the end of June, the Members of the British Chamber meet to review the progress and accomplishments of the previous twelve months of activities and engage in the definition of goals and strategies for the year ahead, as well as to review the financial results and vote on motions.
This year, the 118th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Chamber took place online on Zoom on Wednesday, 28th June.
It is with great pleasure that the BCCI President, Steven Sprague, informs that during the meeting, Gabriele Giambrone (Managing Partner, Giambrone & Partners), was appointed as a new Councillor, whilst Andrea Chilese and Richard Hamilton were re-elected Councillors for another two-year term.
Gabriele Giambrone, the Global Managing Partner of Giambrone & Partners, leads the European Litigation and Arbitration team at the firm. With a strong focus on international arbitrations, investigations, fraud, antitrust, and complex litigation, Gabriele brings extensive expertise to his role. He holds qualifications as a Barrister, Avvocato, and Abogado, equipping him with a comprehensive understanding of legal requirements across various jurisdictions.
Gabriele’s academic journey began with outstanding achievements at the University of Palermo in Italy, after which he pursued studies in law and economics at the University of Aberdeen. He gained valuable experience working at esteemed institutions such as Allen & Overy and the Royal Bank of Scotland in London.
Drawing on his vast experience, Gabriele adeptly handles diverse disputes arising from financial fraud, including forex and binary options claims. His clientele encompasses both commercial entities and private individuals involved in cross-border litigation. With a global outlook, Gabriele regularly appears at mediation and arbitration hearings, offering his expertise and representation to clients worldwide.
Gabriele’s reputation as a distinguished expert in Forex and binary options matters is widely recognized. He has successfully managed complex claims spanning multiple jurisdictions, and his insights on managing intricate cross-border and multinational Forex cases have been featured in esteemed financial media publications.
In addition to his legal endeavors, Gabriele provides strategic guidance to hotel chains operating in the hospitality industry. His advisory services extend to areas such as acquisitions, mergers, and other cross-border transactions, with a particular focus on Europe and the Middle East.