José Eduardo Carneiro Queiroz (1970 – 2020) In Memoriam
José Eduardo was Mattos Filho’s managing partner. He counseled public companies, banks and investment funds on a wide range of matters, including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and finance transactions. His expertise included banking and capital markets regulations and representation of clients in administrative proceedings with the Brazilian Central Bank and the Brazilian Securities Commission.
Bachelor of Laws, Universidade de São Paulo
Bachelor of Business Administration, Fundação Getulio Vargas
Specialization in Economics and Political Science, Georgetown University
Chambers Global – Banking & Finance (2006 to 2018); Capital Markets (2006 to 2018); Corporate/M&A (2006 to 2017)
Chambers Latin America: Corporate/M&A (2009 to 2017); Banking & Finance (2009 to 2018); Banking & Finance – Regulatory (2009 to 2018); Capital Markets – Regulatory (2009 to 2019)
Euromoney Expert Guides – Best of the Best Latin America; Banking; Capital Markets (2016)
IFLR 1000 Financial and Corporate – Leading Lawyer: Banking, Capital Markets (2014 and 2017); Highly regarded: Banking, Capital Markets (2018 to 2020)
LACCA Approved – Banking & Finance (2015 and 2017 to 2019)
The Legal 500 – Banking & Finance (2012 to 2019); Capital Markets (2013 to 2019); Corporate/M&A (2012 to 2015)
Who’s Who Legal Global – Banking: Finance; Banking: Regulatory; Capital Markets: Debt & Equity; Capital Markets: Structured Finance; Corporate Governance; M&A (2020)
Who’s Who Legal Brazil – Banking (2014 to 2019); Capital Markets (2014 to 2019); Corporate Governance (2017 to 2019); M&A (2018 to 2019)
Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders – M&A and Governance (2019)
LACCA Thought Leaders – Banking & Finance (2019)
Mattos Filho in the media
With José Eduardo Carneiro Queiroz (1970 – 2020) In Memoriam
Brazilian Latin Lawyer Elite firm Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados has promoted six associates, including five women, to the partnership in São Paulo, strengthening its infrastructure, corporate and M&A, tax, disputes, and capital markets offerings.
Even after the spread of covid-19 has peaked, it is likely the world will be a very different place to what it once was. In the legal industry, the pandemic has led to changes in how law firms serve their clients that may well endure beyond the crisis. Some of these changes were in the air before covid-19, but now they seem more necessary than ever, finds Jaime Fernández Madero of Fernández Madero Consulting.
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