Stefano Beghi

Stefano Beghi



  • Corporate. Mergers & Acquisitions
  • China Desk

WSG Practice Industries


Gianni & Origoni
, China


Stefano Beghi is the Managing Partner of the firm's Hong Kong office.

He specialises in M&A, corporate and commercial law and real estate. He has significant experience in assisting leading Italian and international companies, as well as family-owned businesses.

Stefano also has extensive experience in handling major transactions in the Middle-East and Asia. He obtained this experience during his years as Co-Head of the firm’s India Desk and subsequently as Head of the firm’s China practice group. Through these roles Stefano has developed an in-depth understanding of the Middle East and China markets as well as the needs of our clients operating in them.

Stefano received his law degree from the University of Padua and joined the firm in 2003. Before joining the firm, he worked for leading international advisory firms.

He is a member of the Italian Bar and the International Bar Association.

He speaks Italian, English and French and has a basic knowledge of Mandarin Chinese.

Bar Admissions

  • PADUA Bar (Italy)


  • University of Padua
  • Universit√© de Lausanne
  • University of Ferrara
Areas of Practice

China Desk | Corporate. Mergers & Acquisitions


COVID-19: Update on Law Decree No. 18 of 17 March 2020 Tax Support Measures
Gianni & Origoni, March 2020

Payments of tax and penalties falling due between 8 March and 31 May 2020 arising out of tax assessments issued by the Italian Tax Authorities, the National Social Security Agency (INPS), the Italian Customs Agency and by Regional and Local Authorities, and any other enforcement claims aimed at collecting tax revenues, must be made in a single instalment by 30 June 2020. Payments made before the issuance of the Decree cannot be reimbursed to the taxpayer...

Government Measures to Support Businesses During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Gianni & Origoni, March 2020

With the economy facing downward pressure, the Hong Kong Government is rolling out various supporting and funding measures to help enterprises. The $30 billion HK$ Anti-epidemic Fund The Legislative Council Finance Committee approved the $30 billion Anti-epidemic Fund on 21 February 2020, more than half of which - HK$16.9 billion - will serve as one-off cash injections to retailers, food and beverages service providers, start-ups and other businesses...