Gelson Pereira da Silva is, in addition to being a Translator and Interpreter (Portuguese-English), duly registered with the Board of Trade of the State of São Paulo – JUCESP – under no. 938, international lawyer, registered with the OAB/SP under no. 170254 and professor of English, registered with the MEC under no. MEC 17.719/93-LP.

Fluent in English and specialized in this language in “Legal Terminology” (Legal & Business English), he took courses in the USA (Wagner College, NY) and England (Bell Language Schools, Norwich) and obtained several international certificates of language skills from the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford (UK). Graduated in Law from the UNISANTOS Law School, he has an Extension in Business Law from FGV, being also graduated in Letters with emphasis on the English language, having taught at the “Brazilian Society of English Culture” for 10 years, where he also performed the role of examiner accredited exams from the University of Cambridge (UK).

He substantiated his knowledge as a Translator and Interpreter through his work as an international business lawyer, providing translation and interpretation services, as well as business legal advice in supporting business with international partners in tax, accounting and legal-financial structures, considering the impact of taxes on large operations. He has extensive experience in corporate legal advice on financial contracts, in coordinating litigation in Brazil and abroad, including personal testimony in US court and in legal proceedings, having worked with law firms in Brazil, the US and Europe.

His international experience encompasses legal and linguistic support in commercial transactions, involving the preparation, translation and interpretation of contracts for the purchase and sale of products, leases, financing, guarantees, provision of services, financial composition and bidding in countries as diverse as India, Turkey. , Poland, Colombia, Uruguay, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, USA, England, Germany, France, Portugal, Ireland, Mexico, South Africa and Ecuador.