Mr. Davoli’s practice focuses on capital markets and banking, finance and corporate law.
He advises Brazilian and foreign clients in a wide range of industries, including banking and pharma, in a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions, such as syndicated loans, financings and refinancings, project finance, debt restructurings, regulations relating to publicly traded companies and financial institutions, IPOs, tender offers, public offerings and private placements of debt instruments (including debentures, commercial papers and notes), structured assets such as real estate receivables certificates (CRIs) and agribusiness receivables certificates (CRAs), and other structured finance transactions.
In the corporate law area, his practice mainly involves advising on corporate legislation and regulation, divestitures, acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, spin-offs and mergers involving publicly traded and closely-held companies, private equity funds and, especially, large financial institutions.
Mr. Davoli’s has worked in renowned Brazilian, German and American law firms.
- LL.M Finance degree from Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany (2019);
- Bachelor of laws from the São Paulo Law School of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (2012).
Annual Approval of Management Accounts - 2023
By the end of April 2023, Brazilian companies, especially limited liability companies and corporations, which fiscal year ended on December 31, 2022, must hold a quotaholders’ meeting or ordinary shareholders’ meeting (as the case may be).
Souto Correa advised CasaShopping in the public offering of Certificate of Real Estate Receivables (CRI)
Souto Correa Advogados assessorou a Marcon Empreendimentos Imobiliários S.A. na oferta pública de Certificados de Recebíveis Imobiliários (CRI) da 84ª emissão da Opea Securitizadora S.A. no valor de R$ 125 milhões, lastreados em notas comerciais emitidas pela Marcon. Ingrid Hessling, Conrado Davoli e Gabriella Souza, do time de Mercado de Capitais, coordenaram a operação, que foi estruturada pelos bancos ABC Brasil e Itaú BBA.