Juan Manuel Delgado

Partner | New York • Miami

jdelgado@mofo.com | (212) 336-4331(786) 472-6473

(212) 336-4331
(786) 472-6473

Portuguese | Español | English

Juan Delgado, partner in the Corporate Department, advises on domestic and international corporate representations, including mergers and acquisitions, private securities offerings, and bank financings.

Representative Experience

  • SoftBank Group Corp. in connection with the US$84.5 million financing round in Descomplica, the first Brazilian EdTech company to enter the higher education market. Co-led by investment fund Invus Opportunities, the funding round represents the biggest investment to date in an EdTech company in Latin America.
  • SoftBank in connection with a Series C financing round totaling $225 million in Kavak, a Mexican online platform for buying and selling used cars.
  • SoftBank in connection with a Series B financing round totaling $108 million in Acesso Digital, a Brazilian IDTech pioneer in ID protection solutions.
  • SoftBank in connection with its Series D US$225 million investment round in VTEX.
  • SoftBank in its sale of a majority stake in Brightstar Corp., a subsidiary of SoftBank and the global leader of end-to-end device lifecycle solutions for carriers, retailers, and enterprise, managing mobile devices, to Brightstar Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on partnering with founders, entrepreneurs, and management team.


  • Team Member, Corporate & Finance - International Counsel in Latin America (Florida-Based)
    Chambers Latin America Awards 2017
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