SMA - Studio Morandini e Associati is a network of consulting companies and law firms with operational seats in Italy (Rome) since 1970, in Spain (Madrid) since 1972, in Albania (Tirana) since 1986 and in Slovakia (Bratislava) since 2007.

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About SMA

As a multidisciplinary network SMA - Studio Morandini e Associati is able to provide an integrated assistance with its experts trained in different areas and coordinated management of legal consultancy with other professional areas regarding among other to tax matters, business & risk advisory aspects, public affairs and technical support in different operations (i.e. public procurement, mergers & acquisitions, setting up agencies and branches, market opportunities, trade negotiations, etc.).

SMA - Studio Morandini e Associati, with its law firm, provides also legal services in all areas of corporate, commercial, civil and administrative law, both nationally and internationally. In a progressively complex economic environment, the main goal is to give to the clients the most innovative, timely and efficient care. For this reason, for over forty years, we stand alongside the companies in the countries, where we have our operative seats.

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SMA responds to the clients’ needs related to their business activities in the V4 countries and extends its portfolio of consulting and advisory services to the markets of Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic. Major investment projects of our clients in the V4 countries inspire and stimulate our interest in the economic development of these economies and professional growth. In this regard, we bring to your attention the report on V4 countries economic development, published under the title VISEGRAD REPORT in the economic journal Tribuna Economica.

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To Protect and to Help 8.3.2018

SMA continues in its initiative to support Slovak artists performing in Italy as well Italian artists performing in Slovakia through another photography vernissage held in our office premises in Bratislava. Under the vernissage title “To Protect and to Serve”, we have displied selected photographs of Mr. Guido Andrea Longhitano which demonstrate praiseworthy work of the Slovak firefighters and policemen captured in various situations. The event was held under aegis of the Italian Embassy in Bratislava and the opening ceremony was carried out by the President of Fire and Emergency Department and the First Vice-President of Police Department. Guido Andrea Longhitano (born in city Rapallo, Italy) studied at the Genoa University, Faculty of Law and subsequently worked at legal offices in Italy, England and USA. He has lived in Slovakia since 2002 and works as director in a manufacturing company in Poprad. In his effort to contribute to the society he was volunteer of the Emergency Medical Service in Italy (he was awarded golden medal for his services) and volunteer firefighter in California (USA). He is author of several exhibitions and three books: “Incredible Slovakia - Folklórny festival Slovakia” (2012), “Hasiči - Firefighters” (2013) and “Polícia na Slovensku - Slovak Police Forces” (2016). He displayed his photographs in Ostrava during the NATO Days (2017), in Tatranská Gallery, Poprad (May 2017), on the western terrace of Bratislava Castle (May - June 2014) or in the Fiľakovo City Library (November 2015 - January 2016).

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Exhibition of Lucia Gardin’s Photographs 31.5.2017

SMA has promoted the photography work of the Slovak artist Lucia Gardin living in Italy by vernissage of her selected photographs titled “EMPATHY - Work in Progress” which captures famous movie celebrities. The event took place under aegis of the Italian Embassy in Bratislava and the opening ceremony was carried out by the new Italian ambassador to Slovakia Mr. Gabrielle Meucci. Lucia Gardin is originally from Bratislava. After her studies at Rome Conservatory, she has been dedicated to photographs since 1989. In 2006, she introduced portrait exhibition titled “Preludio” in premises of the Slovak Embassy in Rome and she subsequently presented these works at Art Film Festival in Trenčianske Teplice. Her photographs have been published in the most important Italian and foreign daily newspapers and weekly newspapers such as Venerdì di Repubblica, Io Donna and Sette del Corriere della Sera, Vanity Fair, Time, Marie Claire, Playboy, Grazia, Vogue and more. She has received many awards in Italy and abroad, among them let’s mention at least 1st prize for best portrait at Venice Movie Stars-Jaeger - Le Coultre Award (film festival in Venice) in 2009. In 2011, she belonged to the artists representing Italy at the 54th Venice Biennale, among personalities portrayed by Lucia Gardin we can find for example Ennio Morricone, Gianfranco Rosi, Alba Rohrwacher, Barbara Bobulová or Yoko Ono. On the vernissage occasion, the artist gave an interview to Italian daily newspaper Buongiorno Slovacchia.

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SMA supports arts 5.12.2016

Exhibition of selected works from artists Ingrid Zámečníková and Achilleas Sdoukos took place in our Slovak office premises. The event was held under aegis of the Italian Embassy in Bratislava and we were honored by the visit of H.E. Italian Ambassador Mr. Roberto Martini. Of course, the artists were present as well. Invited guests from Slovakia and Italy were from various business or state fields. Ingrid Zámečníková is originally from Bratislava but after finishing her study at Accademia di Belle Arti she lived for long time in Greece. The artist is dedicated to poetical painting with realistic elements. Even her son Achilleas is devoted to art. Base material of his work is glass. He gets inspiration from nature, he likes to connect glass with rocks, wood and other materials. Antic mythology is his endless source of inspiration. Ingrid Zámečníková and Achilleas Sdoukos displayed their works at various exhibitions around the world, for example in Prague, Athens, Wien and Bratislava. At the moment, you can see their works in the atelier Fenix Glass in Bratislava, Zimná Street no. 3 and of course in our office in the historical center of Bratislava. You can find more information about this exhibition in article from newspapers Buongiorno Slovacchia.

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