Mr. Santucci has extensive experience in equity and debt capital markets transactions. He regularly represents issuers (from emerging enterprises to NYSE-listed companies), underwriters, financial advisers and institutional investors in every segment of corporate finance, from exempt offerings (private placements, PIPEs and 144A/Reg S offerings), to IPOs and shelf offerings of a broad range of equity, debt and structured securities, including investment grade bonds, high yield debt, and convertible/exchangeable securities with a wide spectrum of pricing, settlement and tax-sensitive features. Mr. Santucci has a special expertise in structuring leveraged transactions for enterprises with complex capitalization strategies seeking to access the capital markets.
Mr. Santucci is recognized for his representation of publicly traded REITs and real estate operating companies in corporate finance (including IPOs) and M&A, as well as corporate governance and securities matters. He has focused expertise in the specialized legal structures commonly used in the real estate capital markets, such as UPREITs and downREITs, and in executing portfolio acquisitions.
Mr. Santucci is lead corporate and securities counsel for publicly traded companies in a variety of industries, advising them in all aspects of disclosure, corporate governance, corporate finance and securities law compliance. He also advises issuers and bondholders in debt restructurings, exchange offers and tender offers. Mr. Santucci has extensive experience in M&A, advising both acquiring and target companies.
In his active cross-border transactional practice, Mr. Santucci regularly advises U.S. clients in outbound investments, international joint ventures and M&A, as well as Italian and Western-European clients in similar transactions inbound towards the United States. Relying on his two law degrees (U.S. and Italian), Mr. Santucci is particularly attuned to the multi-jurisdictional issues that arise in cross-border investments, strategic alliances and business combinations.