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Veirano Advogados

AV BRIGADEIRO FARIA LIMA ,3477, 16º ANDAR – SÃO PAULO, SP 04538-133, BRAZIL
Tel:
Work +55 11 5505 4001
Fax:
Fax +55 11 5505 3990
Email:
Web:
www.veirano.com.br

Gustavo Moraes Stolagli

Tel:
Work +55 11 2313 5700
Email:
Veirano Advogados

Work Department

Corporate & Mergers and Acquisitions and Insolvency & Restructuring

Position

Partner

Career

Gustavo Moraes Stolagli is a partner at the Firm’s M&A and Private Equity groups.
Mr. Stolagli was a foreign associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore in London (2011/12).
Mr. Stolagli is an active member of IBGC (Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance) since 2006, serving as Secretary to the Board of Directors, member of committees and as lecturer.

Languages

EnglisH and Portuguese

Member

Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) – São Paulo

Education

LL.M, Instituto Brasileiro de Mercado Financeiro e de Capitais (IBMEC), São Paulo, 2009
Post graduation, IBMEC, São Paulo, 2009
LL.B, Universidade Paulista (UNIP), São Paulo, 2003


Brazil

Bankruptcy and restructuring

Within: Bankruptcy and restructuring

The ‘very proactive and diligent’ team at Veirano Advogados combines transactional and litigation expertise, such that it is well equipped to handle judicial and out-of-court recoveries. Highlights included representing Banco Santander in the negotiation of the pre-pack reorganisation plan submitted by Colombo, which marked the country’s largest extra-judicial reorganisation; Sérgio Bronstein, Cássio Cavalli (who made partner in 2017) and Daniela Anversa took key roles. Gustavo Moraes Stolagli and Ricardo Gama are other names to note in the team, which has expanded at associate level through several recent hires, including Priscila Riccetto Bertolucci Pereira from Soares Bumachar Chagas Barros Advogados. Eduardo Guimarães Wanderley left for BMA - Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragão.

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