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Sérvulo & Associados, Sofia Thibaut Trocado, Lisbon, PORTUGAL

Sofia Thibaut Trocado

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Sérvulo & Associados

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Finance and Governance. Restructuring and Insolvency. Real Estate and Urban Planning.

Position

Principal Associate.

In the area of banking law, wide-ranging experience in advising on real estate, corporate, acquisition, asset, motor and project finance, both on the side of financing entities and of those being financed, in carrying out due diligences and in advising on material and institutional banking law and on regulation and supervision of financial institutions. Involvement in debt restructuring operations (national and cross-border), both on the side of the financing and financed entities (namely real estate companies), and in insolvency and pre-insolvency scenarios.

In the area of capital markets, experience in establishing real estate investment funds before the Securities Market Commission and in providing legal advice to investment funds management companies and to national and international unitholders in these types of funds; In corporate governance, experience in providing legal advice and in preparing reports on the governance models of organisations.

Extensive experience in the areas of real estate and tourism, including advising on operations involving the acquisition and development of real estate or tourism projects, as well as advising on the activities of various real estate and tourism agents and companies. Advice to individuals or companies acquiring properties in residential or tourism projects.

Career

She joined SÉRVULO as a Senior Associate in 2011. She was an associate at the law firm «Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira», between 2005 and 2011, and a trainee lawyer at the same firm from 2002 to 2005.

Languages

Portuguese, French, English, Italian.

Member

She joined the Bar Association in 2005.

Education

She holds a masters in Law specialising in Legal Sciences from the Faculty of Law of the Nova University of Lisbon (thesis theme: freedom of rendering services in the banking sector) (2009); Holds graduate qualifications in Banking, Capital Markets and Insurance Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra (2005), and in Securities Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon (2003). Graduated in Law from Faculty of Law of the Nova University of Lisbon (2002).

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