Argentina’s Tanoira Cassagne names new chairman, board
Argentine law firm Tanoira Cassagne Abogados has renewed its executive board, naming partner Alexia Rosenthal as chairman, and nominating partners Pablo Mastromarino and Manuel Tanoira to the board.
The nominations come on the law firm’s 10th anniversary, and the new Board will continue expanding and deepening the work performed by the outgoing board, which was made up of Bernardo Cassagne, Rafael Algorta and Santiago Monti.
“In these new times, the law firm will continue assisting its clients in their transformation and growth processes,” partner Pablo Mastromarino said regarding the new executive board’s, and the firm’s, priorities.
“We are excited about facing this new stage of such deep changes. We are living a historic moment and believe we have the best team to assist our clients when making strategic decisions,” partner Manuel Tanoira said.
For her part, the board’s new chair, Alexia Rosenthal, said: “At this new stage of the law firm, we confirm once again the values that have been the same since our very beginning. Permanent innovation, diversity, sustainability, transparency, and a good teamwork environment are part of our DNA.”
Rosenthal holds a law degree from the School of Law of Buenos Aires University, from where she also graduated with a degree in political science. She holds a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science in world economic politics, and conducted post-graduate studies in business law at Argentina’s Universidad Austral.
Her practice is focused on advising both local and international entities on capital markets, banking and financial law, foreign exchange regulations, regulations of Argentina’s central bank, financial restructurings, and M&A.
She has been a member of the Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires since 1995.
Pablo Mastromarino obtained a law degree from the School of Law of the Universidad Católica Argentina and conducted post-graduate studies in labor relations at the same university, and in labor law at the Universidad Austral and in social security law at the Universidad Católica Argentina.
He focuses his practice on all aspects of labor law, such as staff restructuring, international hiring, design and implementation of codes of conduct, compensation systems, and on a vast experience in complex labor litigation, and is a member of the Argentine Association of Labor and Social Security Law.
For his part, Manuel Tanoira is co-founder of the firm and leads its venture capital team.
He graduated in law from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina and completed his postgraduate studies in business administration at Berkeley and in capital markets at the Pontificia Universidad Católica.
He is a co-founder and the director of public policies at Argentina’s entrepreneurs association (ASEA), and participated in the drawing up of Argentina’s venture capital law.
Together with his team, he assists companies across multiple sectors as well as investors and venture capital funds on business in Argentina and Latin America, and his specialty is matching entrepreneurs and investors, participating in the start-up of new companies, VC Funds and Corporate VC Funds, as well as numerous M&A transactions.
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