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Lisbon, Porto

Pedro Raposo

Tel:
Work +351 21 371 4840
Email:
Web:
www.pra.pt
PRA-Raposo, Sá Miranda & Associados, Sociedade de Advogados RL

Work Department

Corporate | Intellectual Property and Privacy

Position

Pedro Raposo is President of the Board of Directors, and the head of the Intellectual Property and Privy and Corporate practice areas. He advises and assists companies with focus on M&A and capital markets operations, defining the strategy and the terms to adopt in acquisitions, as well as capital injection. He has extensive experience in governance and compliance operating models and restructuring corporate groups.

Career

Graduated in Law in 1993 and completed his traineeship in 1995. In the same year started his professional career at the law firm J.P. & M. Cancella, where he remained until 1996. From 1996 to 1998 he performed his activity in his own law office directed towards multinational companies and Small and Medium Sized companies. In October 2011, started the Law Firm “Pedro Raposo & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados, RL”. From 2007 to 2010 held the position of President of Lisbon´s Ethics Council of the Portuguese Bar Association. From February 2011 to 2014 he occupied the position of President of ASAP - Portuguese Law Firms Association. Currently he is President of the Environment and Energy Commission of ICC Portugal (since 2011).

Languages

Portuguese, English and Spanish

Member

Portuguese Bar Association (admitted in 1993); Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA).

Education

Law degree (Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, 1993). Post Graduation Module in Corporate Law (Universidade Católica de Lisboa, 2000)


Portugal

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Capitalising on its nationwide spread, PRA-Raposo, Sá Miranda & Associados, Sociedade de Advogados RL assisted national SMEs and large companies and venture capital clients with M&A transactions and corporate matters. It is noted for the ‘interdependence between the teams, the close attention paid to clients, the availability, and wide-ranging advice’. Pedro Raposo leads the team; Miguel Miranda is based in Porto and also covers competition matters.

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