Brazilian lawyer Alexei Bonamin has been working in Capital Markets, Banking & Finance for over two decades. He has extensive knowledge of public offerings, IPOs, and Follow-on, international securities and bonds issues, structured finance, project finance, securitization, syndicated loans, agribusiness finance, derivatives, blended finance, ESG/sustainable/impact investing, ESG disclosures, green finance, climate finance, social finance, sustainable finance, ESG finance, crowdfunding, endowments, venture philanthropy, asset management, investment funds, private equity, venture capital, corporate venture, financial innovation, FinTechs, payment institutions, payment schemes, instant payments, open banking, blockchain, regulatory sandbox, regulation of financial institutions, securities regulation, financial compliance, financial investigation, financial enforcement, and financial leniency agreements. Bonamin has been recognized internationally in relevant legal guides such as Chambers Latin America, Chambers Global, Legal 500, Who’sWhoLegal (WWL), Latin Lawyer 250, Euromoney Expert Guides, IFLR, Leaders League, and Análise Advocacia 500. He studied Law at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo and received his Master of Laws degree in Banking, Corporate, Finance, and Securities Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Bonamin is currently a Partner in TozziniFreire Advogados' Capital Markets, Banking & Finance, PE & VC, and ESG Groups. He was also a Vice President of the ESG Commission at Abrasca, a Professor of Private Equity, Venture Capital, and Investments in Startups at FGV - Fundação Getulio Vargas, a member of the Financial Innovation LAB, a Chair of the Presidential Task Force on Impact Investing - Working Group on Governance at the International Bar Association, a Senior Vice-Chair of the Capital Markets Forum also at the International Bar Association, a Professor of Capital Markets at ANBIMA - Brazilian Financial and Capital Markets Association, and a member of the Legal and Compliance Committee at ABBI (Brazilian Association of International Banks).