Capital Markets Partner Tomer Pinkusiewicz Joins Gibson Dunn’s New York Office

May 16, 2012

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Tomer Pinkusiewicz has joined the firm’s New York office as a partner.  Pinkusiewicz, formerly with White & Case LLP, will continue his capital markets practice, with a focus on project bonds and infrastructure. 

“Tomer is a great addition to the firm,” said Ken Doran, Chairman and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn.  “Tomer’s primary practice is capital markets, but he also has extensive experience and a market-leading reputation in project finance and infrastructure work in Latin America and the United States.  Both areas remained strong during the recession and are expected to grow over the next several years.”

“We are delighted to have Tomer join the firm,” said Steve Shoemate, Co-Partner in Charge of Gibson Dunn’s New York office.  “In addition to his infrastructure work, Tomer is a highly qualified capital markets partner, who will enhance our corporate capacity in New York and broaden our capabilities in Latin America.”

“I am happy to be joining Gibson Dunn’s capital markets group,” said Pinkusiewicz.  “The quality and reach of Gibson Dunn’s corporate and litigation platforms, combined with its collegial culture, made joining the firm an easy decision.”

About Tomer Pinkusiewicz

Pinkusiewicz practices in the area of capital markets, with substantial experience in Latin America-related transactions, project bonds and infrastructure financings and assets, and all types of debt financings.  He represents both issuers and underwriters in a full range of capital markets transactions, including public offerings, Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings and private placements.  He represents issuers and initial purchasers in project bond transactions and has significant experience on the sponsor side in the infrastructure sector.  He has also represented banks in all types of financings to Latin American companies.

Pinkusiewicz practiced with White & Case since 1998 and as a partner since 2007.  He graduated magna cum laude from Boston University School of Law in 1998 and is fluent in Spanish.