Born in Monza on 16 November 1978, Enrico Maria Canzi graduated from the University of Milan.
He joined the Studio Isolabella in 2003 and has since gained significant experience through involvement, in court and out of court, in criminal commercial law, criminal financial law, criminal bankruptcy law, administrative liability of legal entities (Law (D.Lgs.) 231/2001), and negligent crimes in accidents at work, as well as criminal liability of medical staff. He handled important cases in Market Abuse such as the Unipol-Bnl trial, and long trials such as the Parmalat trial, in which he actively took part in the defence of a leading bank and its officers.
In light of his expertise, he now mainly handles bankruptcy cases and negligent crimes in the medical and safety field, one which also finds him involved on a daily basis in consulting with companies. Within the scope of proceedings originating from accidents at work, he often manages the defence of entities subject to assessment of administrative liability originating from crime (Law 231/01). From November 2014 to April 2018 he was a member of the Supervisory Body of a Private Bank. Since 2008, he is a member of faculty at the Il Sole 24 Ore Business School, and in 2017, 2018 and 2019 he taught at the Masters courses organised by the University of Milan and the Cattolica University of Milan.