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Luísa Cabral Menezes

At SÉRVULO since 2018, Luisa Cabral Menezes is an Associate in the firm’s Finance and Governance department. She obtained a graduate qualification in Financial Regulation and Supervision from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, in 2011, and in Politics and International Relations, from the Portuguese Catholic University, in 2007. Graduated in Law from the Faculty of Law of the Oporto School, of the Portuguese Catholic University, in 2002. She was a Legal Advisor at BBVA (Portugal), in 2016. She was an associate at «Gouveia Pereira e Associados, Sociedade de Advogados R.L», on secondment at Banco BBI, S.A., between 2011 and 2016. She was a Legal Advisor at Portuguese Catholic University, on secondment at the Conduct Supervision Department of the Portuguese Central Bank, between 2010 and 2011. She was a lawyer, in the Legal department at Aquapor Serviços, S.A, in 2009. She started her professional career at the law firm «Cavaleiro Brandão, Pinheiro Torres, Cabral, Sousa e Silva Associados, R.L.», as a trainee lawyer, from 2006 to 2008. She joined the Bar Association in 2009. She was a legal adviser in the Ministry of National Defense, between 2003 and 2005. She began her career as a Legal Advisor at the Luso African Foundation for Culture in 2003.

"Sources underline the team's dedication, highlighting 'the constant availability for clients and the opportunity for the discussion of solutions'."

Chambers Europe, Banking & Finance (2020)


In current legal advice in Banks - in areas of banking law, supervision and financial regulation and capital markets.

In legal advice on special processes of revitalization of companies and of insolvency processes, in the context of renegotiation and recovery of credits.

In Legal advice on processes for the settlement of credit institutions and processes for the application of settlement measures to credit institutions.