Thomas BREZZO was admitted to the Monaco Bar in 2016.
Previously, he used to work for several Law Firms, located either in the Principality of Monaco or abroad. In 2010, he created and headed “Monaco Legal Consulting”, a legal consultancy firm in Monaco.
Graduated in private law and criminal sciences, his practice focuses on business law and criminal law.
He is involved in various areas of Monegasque law, with local and international clients, companies and individuals.
Thomas BREZZO creates a partnership with Thomas GIACCARDI and joins his firm in January 2019.
Since February 2018, Thomas BREZZO is an elected Member of the Monegasque Parliament (Conseil National) and is appointed as Chairman of the Legislation Committee (2018-2023 and 2023-2028 legislatures).
As such, he was Rapporteur of Law No. 1.462 and No. 1.503 reinforcing the Anti-Money Laundering, Financing of Terrorism and Corruption Mechanism (transcribing the (EU) 4th and 5th AML/FT Directives), No. 1.464 strengthening the protection of persons against defamation and insult, No. 1. 418 amending the provisions relating to penalties, No. 1.496 amending Law No. 1.398 of 24 June 2013 relating to the administration and organisation of the judiciary concerning the system of instructions that the Director of Judicial Services may issue to magistrates of the Public Prosecutor’s Office.
During his second term in Parliament, Thomas BREZZO is Rapporteur for the laws aimed at adapting the Anti-Money Laundering, Financing of terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and Corruption Mechanism, to the recommendations of the FATF and the MONEYVAL Report of December 2022 (Law no. 1.549 (Part I) relating to the general preventive framework, Law no. 1.550 (Part II) focusing on strengthening the transparency of legal entities, and Bill no. 1080 (Part III) constituting the "Justice, criminal law and criminal procedure" component of the reform). He is also the author of Bill no. 259, which seeks i.a. to enshrine in law the conventional termination of employment contracts.
Likewise, he participates in the work of the Commission for the update of the Monegasque Codes, from which the last reforms of civil and criminal proceedings will be derived.