Federico Vasoli is a lawyer admitted to the Bar of Milan and to the Malta’s Chamber of Advocates as a European Union lawyer and by the Vietnamese Ministry of Justice as a foreign lawyer.
He resides in Malta, and is the managing partner of the international legal and tax advisory firm dMTV Global, headquartered in Singapore, and director of its Maltese subsidiary, dMTV Europe.
He was previously a partner in the Italian law firm dMTV – de Masi Taddei Vasoli, based in Milan, Italy, with offices in Vietnam.
Federico has over ten year’s experience in international business law.
He considers himself a very ethical person that values interpersonal relations, challenges, innovation and sound legal support that makes a positive difference for businesses.
Federico assists large groups and HNWIs, as well as small and medium enterprises and tech start-ups, based virtually in any jurisdiction, primarily in dealing with domestic and international contracts and company law, foreign direct investments, asset protection, trusts, international tax matters, in a multiplicity of industries, including blockchains and IoT, wealth management and funds. His track-record includes assisting over 50 blockchain-related projects in two years in Singapore and Malta.
He served as vice chairman of the Young Lawyers Association of Milan (AGAM) and holds various boards positions also in charitable organisations. Federico is embedded in the G20 Italian young entrepreneurs’ task-force of the Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance and is the author of legal and business publications and regular speaker and visiting professor at MBA and other university and business courses in various venues. He is a lecturer at MIP Politecnico di Milano.
His exposure to both traditional European and dynamic Asian markets and cultures already at a young age has allowed him to develop an ability to work on multi-jurisdictional materials and cases, and to understand corporate clients’ needs and aims, and to forge a goal-oriented mindset, a solid network of professionals, companies and institutions, as well as several soft-skills required to work internationally.
Federico worked in Beijing, Brussels, Barcelona and Milan and holds a JD from Bocconi University in Milan and attended various postgraduate and pre-doctorate courses at the University of Vienna, ISPI of Milan, the University of Strasbourg, ESADE and the IFSP of Malta.