Investment Funds in Brazil
Av. Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek, 1726 - 4th floor, Sao Paulo, CEP: 04543-000
Founded in 1954 by Gilberto Tamm Barcellos Corrêa and later integrated by Manoel Araújo Tucunduva, Barcellos Tucunduva Advogados has more than half a century of experience in business law.
Barcellos Tucunduva Advogados is located in São Paulo, SP, has a branch office in Rio de Janeiro and correspondents in the main capitals of Brazil (Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Recife and Salvador). Partnership with a network of offices abroad allows legal advice to its clients in international scope.
The firm is recognized in business litigation for its constant victories and high success rates in well known cases, as well as in legal advice on highly complex issues.
Predominantly focused on advising companies, Barcellos Tucunduva Advogados acts strongly in Banking, Financial and Capital Markets, Investment Funds, Contracts, Real Estate, Infrastructure, Means of Payment, Technology, Intellectual Property, Privacy and Data Protection, Corporate, Startups, Labor and Tax.Show more +
Born in São Paulo / SP, in 1978. A member of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) since 2001.
LL.M in Financial and Capital Market Law (Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa – INSPER - 2012).
LL.M in Corporate Law (Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa – INSPER - 2012)
Expert in Tax Law (Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie - 2003)
Law School (Universidade Presbiteriana – 2000).
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Investment Funds
- Corporate Law
- Startups and Innovation
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Banking, Financial Market and Capital Markets
Portuguese, English and French
ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS
Articles, interviews and mentions published in vehicles of great circulation
Member of the Brazilian Association of Private Equity and Venture Capital - ABVCAP (and member of the Committee for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Seed Capital and Venture Capital and the Regulatory Committee) Mentor of the Startups Acceleration Program Inovativa Brasil, carried out by the Ministry of Industry , Foreign Trade and Services (MDIC) and the Brazilian Micro and Small Business Support Service (SEBRAE).Show more +