Stolper, Antonia E.

Antonia E. Stolper


Antonia Stolper is the Latin America Regional Managing Partner and a member of Shearman & Sterling’s Capital Markets-Americas practice group. Ms. Stolper’s practice focuses primarily on corporate finance transactions in emerging markets. She has extensive registered public offering experience for foreign private issuers. Her practice focuses on debt and equity securities offerings for Latin American corporate and sovereign issuers, representing both underwriters and issuers, and on restructuring transactions in Latin America, representing issuers, dealer managers and creditors. In addition, she advises a number of Latin American issuers on their ongoing SEC reporting requirements and corporate governance matters. Ms. Stolper has also advised the Climate Bonds Initiative pro bono on establishing standards for financing the transition to a low carbon economy. Ms. Stolper is also Vice-Chair of the Cyrus R. Vance Center of the New York City Bar Association, promoting pro bono work by private lawyers in Latin America and working with lawyers throughout the region on promoting the status of women in the legal profession.

Ms. Stolper is currently ranked Band 1 in Latin America-wide Capital Markets Chambers Latin America and Band 1 in Latin American Investment in Chambers Global. She was named one of the National Law Journal’s Outstanding Women Lawyers in 2015 and selected by Latinvex in 2015 as among Latin America’s top 50 female lawyers.

Selected Experience

  • Intercorp Peru Ltd. in a tender offer for outstanding notes and a $250 million offering under Rule 144A/Reg S of high yield notes and an S/.306.5 million offering under Reg S of high yield notes.
  • Alicorp S.A. in an up to $150 million tender offer for outstanding investment grade notes.
  • Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley as Global Coordinators for Elementia, S.A. de C.V.’s offering of $425 million senior unsecured high yield notes.
  • BBVA Banco Continental, BBVA Securities Inc., Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated and Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC in connection with the $2.9 billion offering of Nuevo Sol-denominated bonds and reopening of U.S. dollar-denominated bonds by Republic of Peru, concurrent with a tender offer for Nuevo Sol and U.S. dollar-denominated bonds.

Firm Committees

  • Pro Bono Committee
  • Opinion Committee


  • New York University School of Law, J.D., 1988
  • Yale University, B.A., 1979


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