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Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho

EDIFICIO RODRIGO URIA, PRAÇA MARQUÊS DE POMBAL, 12, 1250-162 LISBOA, PORTUGAL
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Work +351 21 030 86 00
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Fax +351 21 030 86 01
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www.uria.com
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Carlos Costa Andrade

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Uría Menéndez

Work Department

Mergers and Acquisitions, Capital Markets, Company Law and Corporate Governance.

Career

Carlos Costa Andrade has been a partner in the Lisbon office of Uría Menéndez since 2005. Between 1996 and 1999 he was in-house counsel (Issuers and Market Division) at NYSE Euronext Lisbon - Sociedade Gestora de Mercados Regulamentados, S.A. (formerly known as the Lisbon and Oporto Stock Exchange).

His practice includes capital markets, takeovers, IPOs, OPVs, structured bonds and other complex securities, regulated and non-regulated market management entities, M&A, securities, banking, and corporate governance.

Alongside his work as a lawyer, he also holds several management positions and is currently a member of the Equity and Fixed Income Committee of BM&F BOVESPA and secretary to the General Assembly of OPEX.

Languages

English; Spanish.

Member

Lisbon Bar Association.

Education

Law degree, Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Lisboa, 1995; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1994; Postgraduate degree in EC law and securities, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade Clássica de Lisboa, 1997.


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Uría Menéndez – Proença Carvalho combines ‘global quality standards and know-how’ with ‘exceptional local insight and connectivity with different players in the market’. Of counsel Ana Sá Couto and senior associate Miguel Stokes assisted key client Banco Santander with the issuance of contingent redeemable subordinated bonds to retail clients affected by the resolution on Banco Popular; jointly with practice co-head Carlos Costa Andrade, Stokes advised Altice and Meo on the takeover offer by the latter for Media Capital. Jorge Brito Pereira also co-heads the team.

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