Provided by Gregory Harrington
Mr. Harrington advises sovereigns, corporates and financial institutions on international financial and corporate transactions in Latin America. His practice includes corporate and project finance, including syndicated lending; equity and debt securities sold pursuant to SEC registration, Rule 144A or Regulation S; compliance under the Securities Act, Securities Exchange Act, and Investment Company Act; advising sponsors and lenders in connection with project finance transactions; and regulatory issues under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Sarbanes Oxley, Dodd Frank and the JOBS Act. Mr. Harrington speaks Portuguese and Spanish and is co-head of Arnold & Porter’s Sovereign Finance practice.
Formerly practiced in São Paulo (2000-07).
JD, University of Chicago Law School, 1994; BA George Washington University, 1988. Languages: English, Portuguese and Spanish.
Gregory Harrington of Arnold & Porter is appreciated by sources, with one considering him "a very polished lawyer." He has valued experience representing debtors and creditors in trade finance, corporate finance and refinancing mandates. He is also sought out by regional banks to assist with interbank lending matters.
Gregory Harrington is routinely called upon to advise clients on corporate finance and refinancing issues. He is noted for his strength in providing counsel on matters stemming from Latin America.