Andrea Moja

Lawyer and professor of European law and trusts at the University of Brescia

“I don't know, as I want a lawyer to tell me what I cannot do. I hire him to tell me how to do what I want to do" (J.P. Morgan)


He graduated in law from Milan State University with the highest honors. Professor of European law and trusts at the University of Brescia and lecturer in international business law at the Liuc-Carlo Cattaneo University of Castellanza, he has been a member of the Milan Bar since 1996, as well as a case lawyer.

Vice president of the European arbitration chamber in Brussels, President of Assotrusts, and member of the scientific committee of Step Italy, he is the founder of the firm Slc-Studio legale commerciale, which has signed a strategic alliance with the firm Belluzzo international partners.

He specializes in providing legal and tax assistance to clients worldwide in the areas of trusts, domestic and international wealth and succession planning, tax planning, assisting domestic and international families and groups, ultra-high net worth individuals, private banks, and family offices in the area of succession planning and the establishment of trusts.

He is constantly engaged in complex international and high-profile transactions. He has developed extensive experience in Middle Eastern jurisdictions through solid relationships with leading foreign international law firms based in major Middle Eastern economic and financial centers such as Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

He has gained relevant experience in domestic and international litigation related to managing disputes in generational transfers of assets and companies. He loves traveling and discovering new and increasingly remote destinations and, when he gets the chance, occasionally tries to resume one of his old passions: scuba diving.

Distinguishing skills:

  • Trust
  • Estate and succession planning
  • Italian and international European tax law

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