About us

Paolo Carbone

Graduated with honours in law from the University Federico II in Naples in 1988, he defended his thesis in private economic law on prospectuses. He subsequently specialised in administrative law at the same university with a thesis on financial market regulators. He has been a CNR researcher on the regulation of financial markets in the European Community, as well as legal advisor to the Antitrust Authority (2007-2010); legal advisor to the Authority for the protection of personal data (1999-2001); member of the Ministerial Commission for the study of the reform of the banking and financial market by appointment of the Ministry of the Treasury (1995); intern at the General Directorate of CONSOB (1988-1989).

He is Professor of Comparative Private Law at the University of Rome III, where he also teaches Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). He is a member of the Rome Bar Association and works in the fields of civil, commercial and administrative law.

He is a legal advisor to the Minister of Universities and a member of the Interministerial Committee for Green State Securities.

In 2008 he was awarded an Honorary Degree in Comparative Private Law by the FMU University of São Paulo. He has been a professor in several Italian and foreign universities, particularly in the Latin American area.

He has been a consultant to several public and private companies for operations in domestic and foreign markets, especially in the ESG sector.