- Nanette Aguirre holds years of experience in negotiating all forms of international derivatives, trading and prime brokerage deals with global institutions
- She studied at Rutgers Law School and NYU
- She works throughout Latin America, including Mexico and Colombia
Veteran attorney Nanette Aguirre of Greenberg Traurig, who focuses her practice on derivatives and structured financial products, has joined the board of the Florida Alternative Investment Association (FAIA), announced Michael Corcelli, chairman and founder of the Miami-based organization.
"Nanette brings years of experience in negotiating all forms of international derivatives, trading and prime brokerage deals with global institutions," said Corcelli, who is chief investment officer of Alexander Alternative Capital of Miami. "She is a frequent adviser on regulatory issues affecting the market, including cross-border regulations and Dodd-Frank."
Prior to joining Greenberg Traurig's office in New York as a shareholder, Aguirre worked for a major New York law firm in its structured products and derivatives department. She worked closely with some of the industry's largest hedge funds, mutual fund and pension plans.
Over the years, she has structured and negotiated finance and derivative transactions, including Indian and Chinese swaps, and credit and fund-linked derivatives, loan, credit default and equity swaps. She also negotiates exchange traded derivative agreements, repurchase, securities lending and electronic trading agreements, and tri-party and give-up arrangements.
She works throughout Latin America, including Mexico and Colombia, where she advised banks, endowments, clearing organizations and other financial institutions.
Admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey, Aguirre earned her J.D. from Rutgers Law School and her B.A. from New York University Stern School of Business.
Prior to entering the legal field, she developed expertise in derivatives with Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch and Lehman Bros.