Matheus Corredato Rossi > Bocater, Camargo, Costa e Silva, Rodrigues Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

Bocater, Camargo, Costa e Silva, Rodrigues Advogados
RUA JOAQUIM FLORIANO, 100
16 ANDAR
04534-000 SAO PAULO SP
Brazil

Work Department

Corporate, Capital Markets, Corporate Governance, Real Estate and Pension Funds

Position

Partner

Career

He began his career as a lawyer in the legal department at Banco do Brasil S/A, he was admitted following a public civil service exam. He held various positions during his legal career in the BB conglomerate, including Joint Legal Advisor for the Caixa de Previdência dos Funcionários do Banco do Brasil (Banco do Brasil Employee Pension Fund, PREVI). He has also worked as legal advisor for various institutional investors (Pension Funds and RPPS – Civil Servants’ Social Security System) on matters relating to investments, with a focus on the self-regulation of such entities. In addition, Matheus has held the position of Legal Officer of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC) and has published several technical articles in specialized magazines and widely circulated journals.

Languages

Portuguese and English

Education

Bachelor of laws (L.L.B.) from Faculdade de Direito de Presidente Prudente. Masters in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP). Postgraduate Degrees in Civil Procedural Law and Business Law. Completed an Extension course in Corporate Law and Capital Markets at Fundação Getúlio Vargas Rio de Janeiro (FGV).

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Capital markets

Bocater, Camargo, Costa e Silva, Rodrigues Advogados has a considerable pedigree in debt and equity capital markets work. The firm’s multi-faceted offering includes transactional, regulatory and litigation advice. The regulatory front is particularly strong given the background of lead partners such as Francisco da Costa e Silva, a former chairman of Brazil’s Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM), and Maria Isabel do Prado Bocater, a former CVM commissioner. Other key partners include Flávio Martins Rodrigues, who has notable experience in funds-related matters, and corporate finance partner Matheus Corredato RossiJaques Wurman is strong on the administrative litigation side.