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91. Anthony Indaimo

anthony indaimo
Age 59
Occupation Partner, Withers Worldwide
Nationality British
Position Last Year 80

Anthony Indaimo is a leading business lawyer with Withers, working with entrepreneurs and General Counsel at enterprises worldwide.

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Anthony Indaimo focuses on cross-border corporate, commercial and corporate finance transactions involving the acquisition and disposal of businesses and shares for private and public companies, joint ventures and capital raising with a particular emphasis on the sports, technology and brands sectors across the US, Europe and Asia.

Anthony has assisted numerous successful entrepreneurs and many prestigious luxury and consumer brands on various projects. He is considered a trusted adviser to many clients and a non-executive director and mentor to different young emerging company clients and entrepreneurs.

Anthony is regularly cited as one of the ‘best corporate lawyers’ in ‘The Spears’s 500’, a comprehensive guide to the leading advisers to high net worth individuals.

Anthony Indaimo is also recognised as a leading advisor to clients with interests in motorsport, having been involved in the sector, particularly Formula One, for over 25 years. Anthony is a trusted advisor to teams, sponsors, investors, sports management agents and drivers.

He regularly lectures on various subjects, including entrepreneurship and accessing private and public capital. He has lived and worked in Australia, the UK, Italy and Singapore.

Anthony is a University of Western Australia graduate with a Bachelor of Jurisprudence and a Bachelor of Law. Anthony supports AC Milan and is a dedicated follower of Italian fashion, food and wine.

Indaimo commented on Liberty’s takeover of Formula 1:

The sport has been crying out for a very long time for something like this to happen. The dynamics of the different relationship [with Liberty] might force the teams to act together in a way that they wouldn’t be able to do but for this change,” Indaimo explains. “I say this because nobody thought that Fota would be formed or that it would be successful. We were intimately involved with that, so we know what happened. This acquisition is a similar catalyst.

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