Stephanie Torres is an attorney in Holland & Knight's New York office, where she focuses on capital markets transactions, securities matters and filings, and corporate governance matters, as well as general corporate matters. Ms. Torres is experienced in a variety of domestic and cross-border financial transactions.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Ms. Torres was a managing associate at a global law firm in its New York office.
During law school, Ms. Torres was a staff editor for the New York Law School Law Review. She was also on the executive boards of student-led organizations, including acting as intramural competition chair of the Dispute Resolution Team, academic chair and mentoring co-chair of the Black Law Students Association, and academic chair of the Latin American Law Students Association. She also served as the job fair coordinator for the Northeast Black Law Students Association.
- Advised foreign private and domestic issuers regarding general current and periodic disclosure obligations, governance matters and best practices in order to comply with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and stock exchange regulations
- Prepared registration statements on Forms 10, S-3, S-8 and F-3 for foreign private and domestic issuers
- Represented a leading national provider of acute care telemedicine solutions in its acquisition by an experienced multispecialty acute telemedicine provider via a cash and stock purchase transaction valued at approximately $194 million and going private at the close of the transaction
- Represented an issuer in its offer to purchase for cash any and all of its outstanding note of approximately $2 billion
- Represented an Argentine province in the solicitation of consents to restructure its outstanding US$300 million notes due 2025
- Represented the consent solicitation agent in the solicitation of consents in respect to an Argentine province's outstanding US$317 million notes due 2028 and the US$366 million notes due 2025
- Represented dealer-managers in the Argentine energy company's exchange offer for any and all for its 8.5 percent senior notes due 2021 for its 8.5 percent senior amortizing notes due 2025 plus cash consideration
- Represented dealers in connection with the annual and semiannual update of a global bank's 3(a)(2) US$30 billion Medium-Term Notes Program and US$160 billion Global Medium-Term Note Programme
- Represented underwriters in connection with several registered public offerings of notes off of an international bank's F-3 shelf registration statement
- Represented various U.S. subsidiaries of an international energy company on bond issuances under Rule 144A/Reg S
- New York Law School, J.D., cum laude
- New York
- John Marshall Harlan Scholar, New York Law School, 2016-2018
- Dean’s Leadership Council, New York Law School, 2016-2018
- New York City Bar Diversity Scholar, 2016