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Tax duo joins Demarest Advogados

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Christiano Chagas and Thiago Rodrigues Maia have joined Demarest Advogados' São Paulo office as partners.

Chagas has more than 20 years' experience in tax planning, international taxation, taxation financial and capital markets, tax aspects in M&A and debt and securities transactions, and administrative tax proceedings. He joins the firm with two senior associates and a junior associate. 

Maia has 15 years of experience in advising clients on M&A, private equity and joint venture transactions, structuring of investment funds and providing advice to publicly-held companies in corporate law and CVM regulations. He also focuses his expertise on domestic and internal financing, advising banks and borrowers in the structuring and negotiation of loans and export pre-payments. Maia also joins the firm with a senior associate. 

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Christiano Chaga


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Thiago Maia

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