Silvia Pupo practices in the areas of Corporate Law and Capital Market, representing national and international clients in a wide range of transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions and IPOs.
She has previous experience at the legal department of BSM Market Supervision (BSM Supervisão de Mercados), an organization for the self-regulation of the markets operated by B3, where she carried out administrative proceedings and other proceedings related to the Investor Compensation Mechanism (MRP). She had also held the position of secretary of the Supervisory Board, a collegiate body of BSM which is responsible for trying both administrative and MRP proceedings.
She has also worked in a renowned Italian-Brazilian law firm, providing counseling to national and international clients in M&A transactions, corporate restructurings, joint ventures, foreign investment operations, and corporate matters.
She is a member of the multidisciplinary team of the firm’s Startup Hub, where she provides counseling to clients on corporate, contractual, and investment matters.
- MBA in Finances from Insper (ongoing);
- Post-graduate diploma in Corporate Law from Insper – 2018;
- Bachelor of Social Sciences from the University of São Paulo (USP) – 2013;
- Bachelor of Laws from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) – 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).
Law that reduced the quorum for approval of certain matters in limited liability companies will come into effect on October 22nd, 2022
Law No. 14,451/2022, sanctioned on September 21st, 2022, introduced significant changes regarding the deliberation quorums for the election of non-shareholder managers, the amendment to the articles of association, corporate reorganization, and dissolution of limited liability companies.