Anna Pinedo is a partner in Mayer Brown’s New York office and co-leader of the firm’s Global Capital Markets practice. She concentrates her practice on securities and derivatives. Anna represents issuers, investment banks/financial intermediaries and investors in financing transactions, including public offerings and private placements of equity and debt securities, as well as structured notes and other hybrid and structured products.
She works closely with financial institutions to create and structure innovative financing techniques, including new securities distribution methodologies and financial products. She has particular financing experience in certain industries, including technology, telecommunications, healthcare, financial institutions, REITs and consumer finance. Anna has worked closely with foreign private issuers in their securities offerings in the United States and in the Euro markets. She also works with financial institutions in connection with international offerings of equity and debt securities, equity- and credit-linked notes, and hybrid and structured products, as well as medium term note and other continuous offering programs.
Anna regularly speaks at conferences and participates in panel discussions addressing securities law issues, as well as the securities issues arising in connection with derivatives and other financial products. She is the co-author of JOBS Act Quick Start, published by International Financial Law Review (2013; updated 2014, 2016); a contributor to OTC Derivatives Regulation Under Dodd-Frank: A Guide to Registration, Reporting, Business Conduct, and Clearing (Thomson Reuters, first ed. 2014, second ed. 2015, third ed. 2016, fourth ed. 2017); co-author of Considerations for Foreign Banks Financing in the US, published by International Financial Law Review (2012; updated 2014, 2016); Liability Management: An Overview (2011, updated 2015), published by International Financial Law Review; co-author of Structuring Liability Management Transactions (2018), published by International Financial Law Review; co-author of Covered Bonds Handbook, published by Practising Law Institute (2010, updated 2012-2014); co-author of the treatise Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings, published by Practising Law Institute (2009, second ed. 2011, updated 2014, third ed. 2017); and co-author of BNA Tax and Accounting Portfolio: SEC Reporting Issues for Foreign Private Issuers (BNA Accounting Policy and Practice Series, 2009, second ed. 2012, updated 2016). Anna is also a contributing author to Broker-Dealer Regulation (2011, second ed. 2012, updated 2019), published by Practising Law Institute. She co-authored "The Approaches to Bank Resolution," a chapter in Bank Resolution: The European Regime (Oxford University Press, 2016). Anna contributed to The Future of Bank Funding and Capital: Solutions for Issuers, Opportunities for Investors (IFR Market Intelligence, 2009). Additionally, Anna co-authored "The Ties that Bind: The Prime-Brokerage Regulation," a chapter in Global Financial Crisis (Globe Law and Business, 2009); "The Law: Legal and Regulatory Framework," a chapter in PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity (Bloomberg, 2006); and "The Impact Security: Reimagining the Nonprofit Capital Market," a chapter in What Matters: Investing in Results to Build Strong, Vibrant Communities (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Nonprofit Finance Fund, 2017). Anna is a contributor to Practising Law Institute’s "BD/IA: Regulation in Focus" blog.
Anna has been ranked by Chambers USA as one of America's leading lawyers for Capital Markets: Derivatives and Capital Markets: Structured Products and has been recognized as a notable lawyer for Financial Services Regulation: Broker Dealer (Compliance). Chambers Global has ranked Anna as one of the world's leading lawyers (recommended in Capital Markets: Structured Products). She also is ranked as a “Market Leader” for Capital Markets in the IFLR1000 Guide to Leading Lawyers, the highest individual distinction given by the guide. Anna is ranked as a leading lawyer for Structured finance: derivatives and structured products and listed as a recommended lawyer in Capital markets: debt, high-yield debt, equity, and global offerings, and Structured finance: securitization by the Legal 500 US.
Brennan Young is an associate in Mayer Brown’s New York office and a member of the Tax Transactions & Consulting practice. He has a broad-based transaction-oriented US federal income tax practice focused on structuring and negotiating the tax aspects of domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations, and securities offerings including debt, equity offerings and structured products.
Brennan earned his LLM in Taxation from New York University School of Law and his JD, cum laude, from Tulane University Law School. He received his BS, magna cum laude, in Political Science from the University of Central Florida.
Thomas Humphreys is a partner in Mayer Brown's New York office and a member of the Tax Transactions & Consulting practice. He has extensive experience with the tax aspects of capital markets transactions; financial instruments; real estate investment trusts; mergers and acquisitions; bankruptcy and reorganization; tax controversy, including transfer pricing; and international transactions. Thomas also works with investment banks and issuers on developing new financial products.
He is the author of Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships, published by Law Journal Seminars Press. He is also a co-author of Federal Taxation of Partnerships and Partners, a CCH Expert Treatise Library publication. He frequently speaks on tax topics before various audiences, including the Practising Law Institute.
Thomas is an adjunct professor of law at New York University Law School, where he teaches Taxation of Financial Instruments in the LLM program. He is also a solicitor, admitted as a member of the Law Society of England and Wales.
University of California, Los Angeles, AB
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, JD
New York University School of Law, LLM
England and Wales
"The Time to Review Tax Sharing Agreements Is Now: Effects of the CARES Act and Rodriguez v. FDIC," Legal Update, June 03, 2020
"Capital Markets Tax Quarterly," Newsletters, May 01, 2020; January 31, 2020; October 31, 2019; July 31, 2019; April 25, 2019; January 23, 2019; & October 19, 2018
"Key Tax Implications Of Debt Restructuring During COVID-19," Law360, April 20, 2020
"Debt Restructuring During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Key Tax Considerations," Legal Update, April 13, 2020
"REVERSEinquiries, Volume 2, Issue 10," Newsletter, November 05, 2019
"IRS Proposed Regs Could Guide Tax Choices For Libor's End," Law360, October 22, 2019
"The World's Most Important Number: The IRS Addresses the Replacement of LIBOR ," Legal Update, October 15, 2019
"Breaking Up With LIBOR," Tax Notes Federal, September 09, 2019
"Nuts And Bolts Of The IRS' Proposed Anti-Hybrid Regulations," Law360, January 17, 2019
"IRS Releases Proposed Anti-Hybrid Regulations," Legal Update, January 02, 2019
"Structuring Liability Management Transactions," IFLR, October 09, 2018
"Tax Reform Income Acceleration Provision Inapplicable to Accrued Market Discount," Legal Update, October 01, 2018
"REVERSEinquiries, Volume 1, Issue 1," Newsletter, April 24, 2018