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Bruna Toledo Pacheco

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Partner in Demarest’s Corporate and M&A practice, Bruna Toledo Pacheco holds an LL.M. in American Law and Certificate of Concentration in “International Business Practice”, both from Boston University, as well as a postgraduate qualification in Business Law from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, São Paulo (FGV-SP). Among her main clients are large national and international companies, mainly related to agribusiness.

Advised HMC in the sale of 100% of the quotas of the capital stock of Agroflorestal Verde Sul S.A. to Copa IV Investment Fund in Multi-Strategic Participations.

Advised HMC in the sale of 100% of the quotas of the capital stock of a Newco that came to hold forestry assets, previously held by Florestas do Sul Agroflorestal Ltda., to CMPC Celulose Riograndense Ltda.

Advised Solum Partners on the signing of an Investment Agreement with the Veloso Family for the creation of a joint venture, Café Exclusivo Participações S.A.

Advised HMC in the sale of 100% of the quotas of the capital stock of Pradaria Agroflorestal Ltda. held by Global Forest Investments LLC and Performance Forest LLC, to Timber VII SPE S.A – a company from BTG Group.

Advised HMC in the sale of forest assets owned by SCP Santa Marta to the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company group and in the negotiation and execution of Deeds of Surface Rights and Commitment to Buy and Sell Property related to Fazenda Santa Marta.

LL.M. in American Law from Boston University, with a Certificate of Concentration in International Business Practice, Boston, United States (2013)
Postgraduate course in Business Law, Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV), São Paulo, Brazil (2010)
Bachelor of Laws from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP) Law School, São Paulo, Brazil (2007)

Author of the chapter “Estudo de Casos analisados pela Comissão de Valores Mobiliários sobre oferta pública de ações decorrente de alienação do controle de companhia aberta [Study of cases analyzed by the Brazilian Securities Commission regarding the public offerings resulting from the transfer of control of a publicly-held company]” in: Empirical Studies of Corporate Law Topics, Editora Saraiva, 2012.

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