Topic: Venture capital

Brazilian agritech gets US$60 million in funding round

Bronstein, Zilberberg, Chueiri e Potenza Advogados has helped Brazilian agriculture technology company Solinftec obtain a US$60 million investment led by US and local private equity groups.

11 May 2022

PAG nabs Marval partner and ex-Norton Rose lawyer in double hire

US firm PAG Law has strengthened its venture capital offering in Latin America by adding a partner from Argentine Elite firm Marval O'Farrell Mairal and a former Norton Rose Fulbright partner to its senior rank.

27 April 2022

Goldman Sachs leads investment in Brazilian start-up Unico

Brazilian facial recognition start-up Unico has enlisted three Foley & Lardner LLP offices and Bronstein, Zilberberg, Chueiri & Potenza Advogados in São Paulo to raise US$100 million in an investment round led by Goldman Sachs.

25 April 2022

Which law firms were the most popular in 2021?

As companies weathered the ongoing economic and social aftershocks offset by the covid-19 pandemic, they relied on external counsel to guide them through the uncertainties of 2021. The latest Who Represents Latin America’s Biggest Companies? research, a study published by Latin Lawyer’s affiliate publication LACCA, reveals the most popular law firms among the region’s largest corporations.

21 April 2022

Vieira Rezende appoints corporate and private equity partner

Highly Recommended Brazilian firm Vieira Rezende Advogados has boosted its M&A and venture capital teams by hiring a former private equity manager as partner.

14 April 2022

Brazilian corporate benefits start-up raises US$100 million

Flash Benefícios, a São Paulo-based benefits management start-up, has hired Bronstein, Zilberberg, Chueiri e Potenza Advogados to raise US$100 million in a Series C funding round.

31 March 2022

Brazilian wine retailer toasts funding round success

Bronstein, Zilberberg, Chueiri & Potenza Advogados and Machado Meyer Advogados have helped wine retailer Evino Comércio de Vinhos raise 650 million reais (US$126 million) in a funding round led by Brazilian bank XP Investimentos.

21 March 2022

SoftBank LatAm fund invests in three Brazilian start-ups

US law firm Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP has helped Japan’s SoftBank lead several funding rounds where it used its Latin American investment fund to inject US$32 million into three separate Brazilian start-up companies.

17 March 2022

SoftBank invests in Brazilian low-code platform Digibee

Brazilian low-code integration platform Digibee has hired Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP in New York and Miami to raise US$25 million in a Series A funding round, led by SoftBank.

07 March 2022

Chinese investor injects US$20 million in Brazilian crypto exchange

Lefosse has helped Chinese cryptocurrency group OK Blockchain lead a US$20 million Series A investment round in Brazilian crypto exchange Foxbit.

02 March 2022

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