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S. Wade Angus

Jones Day (New York), Jones Day (Sao Paulo)
Lawyer (Partner)

Wade Angus is a partner at Jones Day (New York and São Paulo offices). He has a diverse corporate practice focused on cross-border M&A, infrastructure M&A, private equity, joint venture, and restructuring transactions. He has extensive experience in the energy, transportation and infrastructure, financial services, media, and telecommunications sectors, representing clients in the United States, Europe, and Latin America. He has represented companies such as Advent International, AT&T (SBC Communications), Brookfield Asset Management, Citigroup Global Markets, Cosan S.A. Indústria e Comércio, Crédito Real S.A. de C.V., Fluor Corporation, GIC Special Investments (Government of Singapore Investment Corporation), Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A., Itaú-Unibanco, Oi (Telemar), Reuters Group PLC, Schneider Electric S.A.S., and Verint Systems Inc. Wade has advised Citigroup Global Markets in numerous matters including its role as financial advisor to Redecard S.A. in connection with the US$5.8 billion tender offer for Redecard by Itaú Unibanco, Vivo Participações in connection with its $639 million corporate restructuring, and in the $790 million acquisition of Laboratório Neo Quimica Ltda. by Hypermarcas S.A. Prior to joining Jones Day, he represented Advent International in its acquisition of the Dominican airport operator, Aeropuertos Dominicanos, Siglo XXI, which International Financial Law Review listed as the 2008 Private Equity Deal of the Year for the Americas. Wade is a frequent speaker on cross-border M&A and private equity, has authored articles on private equity and M&A, among other topics, and has been a guest commentator on CNBC. He is a member of the board of directors of the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce.

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Culhane Harper, Fiona A. Schaeffer, Luis Riesgo, S. Wade Angus Brazil’s Congress approves a new competition law that significantly restructures the landscape of competition enforcement


On October 5, 2011, Brazil’s Congress approved a new competition law that significantly restructures the landscape of competition enforcement in Brazil. Brazil’s Congress will now forward the bill to the desk of President Dilma Rousseff, who has 15 working days to approve or reject the bill. If (...)

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