PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Fernando’s professional experience focuses mainly on corporate advising and litigation, as well on restructuring and insolvency strategic litigation, especially on mergers, acquisitions, incorporations, transformations, other related corporate acts, reorganization procedures and bankruptcy.

Education
• Corporate Law LL.M. from Insper (2020-2021).
• LL.B. Bachelor of Laws from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (2019).

Recognition
• Highlight/honorable mention with maximum grade in the presentation of the scientific initiation study at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul’s hall.
• Classified to the eight finals of the IX Brazilian Arbitration Competition – CAMARB, placed as the 10th best Brazilian team.
• Classified as the 5th best Brazilian team in the XXV Willem C. Vis Moot’s X Pré Moot of the Positivo University from Curitiba.
• Vice-champion of the XXV Willem C. Vis Moot’s IV Pré Moot of the law firm Souto Correa Advogados and placed as the 5th best oralist.

Publicações
• Article: “Covid-19 e a reforma do direito da insolvência: debate de hoje e o debate de amanhã” – Fernando Bammann and Gabriel Garibotti – portal Jota – 26/04/2020.

Additional activities
• Was a participant in the Columbia Summer Program in American Law in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2019 edition.
• Was a Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul’s arbitration team oralist in the XXV Willem C. Vis Moot, 2018 edition.
• Was a Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul’s arbitration team oralist in the IX Brazilian Arbitration Competition – CAMARB, 2018 edition.
• Was a scholarship holder of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul’s scientific initiation project, bound to the National Research Council, which treated about the reasons why is not null a decision that overrules Brazilian decisioning patterns and precedent.
• Was a member of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul’s research group coordinated by Prof. Dr. Luis Alberto Reichelt, named “Civil Procedure in the Parties’ Fundamental Rights Perspective”, bound to the National Research Council.