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Pablo Meira Queiroz

Pablo Meira Queiroz

Practice Groups

Real Estate, Hotels & Resorts, Engineering & Construction, Asset Planning, Agribusiness, Infrastructure

Contact

Office: São Paulo
Phone: (55 11) 5086-5321

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Professional experience

Starting his practice in real estate in 2000, assisting both Brazilian and foreign clients, Pablo has acquired broad experience in structured real estate transactions, including the issuance of real estate receivables backed securities and incorporation of real estate investment funds. Pablo’s comprehensive experience in structuring real estate transactions, especially those involving hotel developments, shopping centers and residential and commercial office buildings, has also provided him thorough knowledge in the negotiation of different contracts related to the supply chain of the real estate market, as well as corporate arrangements that reflect the investments’ peculiarities of the sector. Over the years, Pablo has also stood out for his practice in asset and succession planning for individuals and family businesses, as well as in the structuring of guarantees for financing agricultural commodities’ production, leases, sale lease back and build-to-suit agreements for several retail segments, and in notarial and estate registration matters.

Recognition:

Recognized in Latin Lawyer 250 and Legal 500, relevant international legal guides.

Languages:

  • English

Education:

  • Master’s in Business Law from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV), 2016.
  • Attended the 53rd Annual Academy Of American And International Law program from Center For American & International Law, USA, 2016.
  • Graduate of the Law School of Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP), 2003.

Additional activities:

  • Deputy Member of the City Council of Culture of Rio de Janeiro (2010).

Publications:

  • Co-author of the chapter “Crescimento e Sofisticação dos Negócios Imobiliários”, of the book 40 anos de Direito Empresarial no Brasil. São Paulo: Quartier Latin, 2016. p. 169-195.

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