Marina has extensive experience in financing structuring. Advises national and international banks and companies in complex operations, including international lending, project financing in regulated sectors and issuance of debt securities in the capital markets.
Marina is recognized for her pro-deal position in negotiations, representing the interests of her clients.
Marina is recognized among the leaders in her practice area in Brazil by Chambers Brazil in the "Projects" category, by Latin Lawyer 250 guide in the "Banking & Finance" and "Energy" categories, by IFLR1000 guide in the "Project Finance", "Project Development: Infrastructure" and "Banking and Finance" categories, by Leaders League guide in the "Banking & Finance" category, by Análise Advocacia in the specialty "Financial Operations" and in the economic sectors of "Electric Energy" and "Education", and by Análise Advocacia Mulher in the specialties "Business Contracts" and "Financial Operations", in the economic sectors of "Chemicals and Petrochemicals" and "Steel and Mining", in addition to being among the most admired lawyers in the state of São Paulo.
In 2018, Marina led a group of seven major banks in a 20-year financing of roughly US$ 130 million for modernizing the largest airport in Brazil’s north-east region. This is the largest number of banks in an Airport deal in Brazil to date and the longest financing ever for an airport in Brazil to date. The operation was awarded as "Latin American Airport Deal of the Year" by Euromoney Group and as "Airport Financing of the Year" at the LatinFinance Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards event.
Member of the Energy Special Commission of Brazilian Bar Association/São Paulo Section (OAB SP).
Bachelor of Laws from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP).
Specialization in Administrative Law from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV-SP).
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Financial Law from King’s College London.
English and German.