Brown Rudnick partner and head of the Firm’s Ibero-America Private Client Practice, Clara Krivoy, was named as one of Latin America’s Top 100 Female Lawyers by Latinvex in the Capital Markets and Tax categories for the fourth consecutive year.

Latinvex is a leading source of Latin American business news and analysis and compiles its annual list of the top 100 female lawyers focusing on Latin America among international law firms based on extensive research and analysis by its editorial staff. Their stringent selection criteria include factors such as the attorney's recent track record on major deals and business, prominence of firm in Latin America and rankings by third parties such as Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and Thomson Reuters.

Clara was selected to the list based on her strong professional reputation for providing legal advice and support to individuals, families, family offices and their holdings with interests in Latin America, as they maintain or look to establish an international presence. Clara has represented numerous domestic and foreign clients in corporate and securities matters, debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, bank lending, joint ventures, startups structuring, financing, global tax planning, and regulatory compliance, as well as cross-border litigation and arbitration matters. Clara also has extensive knowledge of Blockchain, tokenized ecosystems and smart contracts.

In addition to her practice, Clara provides legal advice on a pro bono basis to support several philanthropic initiatives in Latin America.

View the full Latinvex list here.