Abreu Advogados advised Social Innovation Fund in co-investment in WCHRS


Abreu Advogados, member firm in Portugal, successfully advised PME Investimentos through its Social Innovation Fund (SIF) in co-investment project in the Portuguese commercial company WCHRS (project name WeChangers).

The operation was coordinated by the partner and responsible for the M&A area at Abreu Advogados, Ana Sofia Batista, with the participation of professional partner, Rodrigo Formigal, and senior associate lawyer André Modesto Pinheiro.

The co-investors are Regenerative Investment LLC, BOMA Investments LLC and Fundo Bem Comum, FCR (mamaged by Bem Comum, Sociedade de Capital de Risco, S.A.).

The Social Innovation Fund, managed by PME Investimentos – Sociedade de Investimento, is a new public policy instrument to boost impact investment in Portugal, working in areas with strong potential for innovation, in response to unmet societal needs, aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. 

WCHRS’ activity is in information services, namely access to platforms and social networks for people and organizations with a focus on the area of social and environmental impact. WCHRS is legally represented by Duarte Ivens Ferraz, Bela Morais de Melo Ribeiro, Maria Pereira Rodrigues Ferreira da Silva Melo Ribeiro e Bernardo Figueiredo Janson.

About Abreu Advogados

Established in 1993, Abreu Advogados is currently one of the biggest law firms in Portugal, with a team of more than 200 lawyers and in total 300 professionals. In addition to the offices in Lisbon, Porto and Madeira, Abreu Advogados has a strong international presence as a result of desks in Angola (FBL Advogados), Brazil (Siqueira Castro Advogados), Cape Verde (Arnaldo Silva & Associados, C&C Lawyers and Abreu Advogados), China – Macau (C&C Advogados), Mozambique (JLA Advogados) and East Timor (joint office with C&C Advogados). https://www.abreuadvogados.com

For more information, contact the Department of Communication and Marketing at Abreu Advogados: 

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António Maria Cardoso | | 21 876 10 83

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