Mrs Sofia Carreiro > Sérvulo & Associados > Lisbon, Portugal > Lawyer Profile

Sérvulo & Associados
RUA GARRETT N° 64
1200-204 LISBOA
Portugal

Work Department

Corporate, Commercial and M&A

Position

Partner in Corporate, Commercial and M&A and Restructuring and Insolvency departments.

Career

At SÉRVULO since 2008, Sofia Carreiro is a Partner in the Corporate, Commercial and M&A department, having a special focus on M&A matters. She started her professional career at the law firm «Ferreira Pinto & Associados», in 1999, as an associate, and in 2006 as a partner.

Languages

Portuguese, English, French, Spanish.

Memberships

She joined the Bar Association in 1999.

Education

Graduate course in commercial contracts at the Commercial and Economic Law Centre of the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal (2000). Graduate course in Industrial Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon (1998). Graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal (1996).

In 2021, Sofia concluded the Advanced Management in Energy (AMEG) course, from the AESE Business School, a program aimed at top-level managers and executives working in the energy sector, developed in partnership with the Portuguese Energy Association.

Lawyer Rankings

Portugal > Commercial, corporate and M&A

The ‘multidisciplinary team‘ at Sérvulo & Associados provides legal support to private and public sector clients across the full spectrum of M&A and corporate and commercial matters. Besides assisting international groups in their inbound investments and commercial contracts in Portugal, the team is also well positioned to handle cross-border restructurings and M&A deals, particularly in the healthcare, energy and infrastructure sectors. Department head Sofia Carreiro has notable strength in joint ventures and commercial contracts. The practice was reinforced by the arrival of Pedro Silveira Borges from SLCM | Serra Lopes, Cortes Martins & Associados, who has a wealth of experience in M&A transactions especially in the energy and healthcare sectors.