Sergio Alberto Gramitto Ricci specializes in corporate theory and comparative corporate law. His principal interests lie in the fields of the nature and the evolution of public corporations as well as of comparative corporate governance.
Sergio Alberto graduated in law magna cum laude from the University of Milan and holds a PhD in Law of Business and Commerce from Bocconi University. His PhD dissertation demonstrates the shortcomings inherent in the inability to control the quality of the investors in public corporations, when investors have the power to participate in corporate affairs, and recommends several solutions.
Sergio Alberto has conducted global legal research at Bocconi University, Cornell Law School, Sydney Law School, and UCLA School of Law, and has lectured at Bocconi University on comparative corporate law and Italian company law topics.
He is member of the Milan Bar and has advised clients on a variety of investment and shareholder’s agreements, capital markets transactions, M&A deals and corporate governance issues.