Banking and Finance
Mergers & Acquisitions
Paul Castritius specializes in banking and finance law, mergers & acquisitions, and capital markets.
He counsels individuals, companies and national and foreign financial institutions on public and private operations of issuance or sale of debt instruments, shares, participations in mutual and investment funds, and water instruments, and asset securitization processes.
He also counsels on the constitution of guarantees, trusts, financial leasing, reorganization and acquisition of companies, contracting of derivative instruments, formation of investment funds, as well as in matters related to regulations of the public offer of acquisition (OPA), public offer of purchase (OPC), public offer of redemption and exchange of investment shares, improper use of privileged information and other capital markets.
He held important positions in the Superintendence of the Securities Market (SMV) for more than 10 years.
He was part of the commission that proposed the current Stock Market Law. He led the drafting work of asset securitization regulations, public offerings of securities and other relevant regulations, currently in force. He proposed the reform of the trust law being enforced in the country.
Paul was professor of Integration Seminar in Commercial Law at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
He is Chairman of the Legal Committee of Procapitales and Member of its Governing Board.
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú – Lawyer with outstanding mention (1999)
University of Chicago Law School – Master in Law (2000)
United States Securities and Exchange Commission – SEC Regional Securities Training Program on Capital Markets Regulation – Lima, Peru (2001) / Washington D.C., USA. (1995)
Stock Market – CONASEV, Lima, Peru – Specialization Course (1995)
Lima Bar Association