Lorenzo Magnani


Lorenzo Magnani

Lorenzo Magnani

A graduate in Finance and International Markets from the Catholic University of Milan, on the editorial staff of We Wealth, he writes about markets, with an eye also on private markets. He also covers pleasure assets, particularly watches, wines, and vintage motorcycles.

From Barolo to Supertuscan here are the best Italian collection wines

A TechChill survey has revealed the European VCs' appetite for Italian startups, amid the search for attractive opportunities and bureaucratic hurdles.

Crowdinvesting continues its run, with active platforms raising more than 1 billion euros in the past year. Minibonds and real estate crowdfunding go well

An icon of Italian automotive luxury and one of the world's most sought-after supercars. Here is the story of the Pagani Zonda, the "Argentine" legend faster than the wind

Less sensitive to economic shocks and healthier. Gabriele Arcuri, Partner at DLA Piper, explains to We Wealth why the outlook for venture capital in Italy is not catastrophic

Better than stocks and bonds: collectible wine also proved to be a great investment in 2021. Here are the best regions and wineries of the year

The roar of the Cavallino Rosso is set to become increasingly electric. By 2030, only 1 in 5 Ferrari will mount an internal combustion engine

Fail or survive? More and more companies grappling with a so-called Special Situation are finding a lifeline in finance. Stefano Bennati of Europa Investimenti talks about this in We Wealth.

Splendid mosaics have been found at Negrè in Valpolicella, in a portion of a Roman villa first discovered in 1922

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