Stocche Forbes assisted Vale in the negotiations for the formation of a joint venture among Vale, Suzano, Itaú Unibanco, Santander, Marfrig and Rabobank, called Biomas, which purpose is the restoration, conservation and preservation of native forests.
With an initial investment from the shareholders of R$ 120 million, the company’s goal is to restore and protect over 20 years an area of 4 million hectares in different biomes in Brazil, such as the Amazon, Cerrado and Mata Atlântica.
Stocche Forbes advised Vale and relied on partner Flavio Meyer (pictured) and associates Pietro Bianchi, Raphael Fonseca Niemeyer, Luis Filipe Ferreira da Costa and Carolina Vilela Marcondes Machado.
Fialho Salles Advogados represented Suzano and relied on partners Alice Cotta Dourado, Barbara Monduzzi and associate Pedro Porcaro
Madrona Advogados advised Itaú Unibanco and relied on partner Milena Mazzini and senior associate Diego Lecuona.
Vale in-house’s counsel: Larissa Lima e Nicholas Walter de Sousa.