PLMJ – Law Firm is pleased to announce the arrival of
Bruno Ferreira at its Lisbon office. The new partner joins PLMJ
from Garrigues to strengthen the finance team, which handles the
areas of banking, finance and capital markets at PLMJ, and is
coordinated by Hugo Rosa Ferreira and Andre Figueiredo. This team
has been involved in the most important transactions that have
taken place in Portugal in recent years. These transactions include
the sale of Barclays' Portuguese retail business, the BES
resolution and advising the senior creditors of Novo Banco,
including Blackrock and Pimco. The team has also handled numerous
debt issues for PSI 20 companies and the Portuguese Republic.
Bruno Ferreira has proven experience of more than 14 years in
advising clients from the finance, banking and capital market
sectors, where he has been handled operations involving, among
others, Haitong Bank, AnaCap Financial Partners and Arrow
The new PLMJ partner has a scientific master's in banking
and finance law from the Faculty of Law of Universidade Nova de
Lisboa (FDUL). He is also the author of numerous articles for books
and reviews on banking, corporate and securities law.
According to Hugo Rosa Ferreira, the partner who heads PLMJ
Banking and Finance, "Our invitation to Bruno Ferreira is
part of a strategy to focus on quality, experience and seniority
that are recognised by the market. Our objective is to build an
excellent team with capacity to provide a first-class response to
the challenges we face every day. We are very pleased with
Bruno's decision and are counting on him to contribute to our
continuing growth." PLMJ's banking and finance team is
made up of 19 lawyers, including three partners.
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