Global law firm White & Case LLP has expanded its Global Capital Markets Practice with the addition of Taisa Markus as a partner in the Firm’s New York office.
“Taisa is well known in the Latin American capital markets community and has long-standing relationships with a broad range of banks and corporates in various countries, including in Peru and Argentina,” said Stuart Matty, Head of White & Case’s Global Capital Markets Practice. “She also has extensive experience and is widely recognized in the Mexican market for her capital markets and finance work.”
John Vetterli, White & Case’s Regional Section Head, Americas Capital Markets, said: “Regulatory changes and economic reforms in Latin America have attracted investors who have ample capital and an appetite to invest in some of the world’s leading emerging markets. The addition of Taisa reinforces our commitment to address the needs of our clients who are active in the region, as well as the outbound business needs of our Latin American corporate clients.”
Markus, formerly a partner at Paul Hastings, handles securities offerings across jurisdictions, cross-border bank finance and M&A, and general securities law matters. She represents both financial institutions and issuers not only in the Latin American capital markets but the European capital markets as well.
Markus is the fourth partner since April 2017 that White & Case has added to its Global Capital Markets Practice, which advises banks, sponsors and corporations on capital raising, cross-border and structured financings and fund formation.
The Firm has offices in Mexico City and São Paulo that work seamlessly with the rest of our network in New York, Miami, Washington, DC, Madrid and London, as well as a number of our other offices around the world, in supporting and representing clients in Latin America.