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Anna Pinedo has concentrated her practice on securities and derivatives. She 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. Ms. Pinedo works closely with financial institutions to create and structure innovative financing techniques, including new securities distribution methodologies and financial products. Ms. Pinedo has particular financing expertise in certain industries, including working with technology-based companies, telecommunications companies, healthcare companies, financial institutions, REITs and consumer finance companies. Ms. Pinedo 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 regularly writes on topics related to private and hybrid securities offerings. Ms. Pinedo is a co-author of JOBS Act Quick Start, published by International Financial Law Review (2013, 2014, updated 2016), co-author of Considerations for Foreign Banks Financing in the US, published by International Financial Law Review (2012, updated 2014), co-author of Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings, a treatise 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). Ms. Pinedo also co-authored “The Law: Legal and Regulatory Framework,” a chapter in PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity (Bloomberg, 2006).