Alessandra De Souza Pinto


+ 55 11 3150-7094

Specialist in capital market operations, both of variable and fixed income, and in the regulations applicable to publicly-held companies. Her work primarily concerns the initial public offering of companies and the maintenance of registration as publicly-held company, as well as stock and debentures issuance, stock acquisition public offering and legal assistance in operations concerning publicly held companies (mergers and acquisitions, corporate reestructuring, transactions with related parties and holding of meetings). Also has previous experience in areas of knowledge such as aviation, telephony, metal, oil and gas, mining, energy, pharmaceutical, cement, and sanitation.


Brazilian Bar Association

Recent acknowledgments

Recognized by Chambers Latin America and Chambers Global, in Capital Markets, 2017 edition.
Recommended by the Legal 500, 2012 and 2013 editions.
Has worked in the operations (ii) of acquisition of GVT by Telefônica, rewarded in 2015 by the publication The American Lawyer, in the “Global M&A Deal of the Year: Latin America” category. Extrajudicial recovery procedure of Lupatech S.A., prize winner of the LatinFinance Deals of the Year 2014, in the “Reestructuring of the Year” category.
Merger between LAN and TAM, winner of the Deal of the Year 2013, promoted by the Latin Lawyer, in the “Global M&A deal of the year” category.
Recognized as notable practitioner by the guide IFLR1000, 2018 edition.


University of Chicago Law School, USA (Master’ degree in Law – LL.M, 2009).
Law School of the Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas (United Metropolitan Faculties), Brazil (Bachelor of Laws, 2002).

Office experience abroad

Associate at Proskauer Rose LLP law firm, New York (2009/2010).

Recent publications

Machado Meyer Advogados has strengthened its corporate, projects, labour and tax departments...[+]
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP in New York and São Paulo and Brazil’s Pinheiro Neto...[+]
Companies that want to access the capital markets or gain visibility as public companies should...[+]