Marianna is a managing associate in the global energy and infrastructure group specialising in public law. She focuses on corporate transactions in regulated sectors and PPPs with significant experience in infrastructures, energy, public procurement, environmental and town-planning matters, and public law litigation. She is a graduate of Paris II-Assas, Panthéon-Sorbonne and the College of Europe, and is fluent in French, English and Polish.

Recent transactions of significance (where substantial involvement can be disclosed) include advising on the sale by LBC of its southern Europe operations to Alkion Terminals, including the ownership of tank terminals; National Grid on French law aspects in relation to a grid interconnection between France and the UK; the privatisation of the Nice and Toulouse airports; the financing of the SEA high-speed link; the refinancing of a portfolio of broadband network concessions operated in France by Axione Infrastructures; the implementation of the Perpignan-Figueras concession for a high-speed link between France and Spain; the financing of the Nîmes-Montpellier high-speed link; and the acquisition of the shares of Géosud, a company holding 50 per cent of the share capital and voting rights of Géométhane, a company that owns saline cavern facilities in southern France.