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George A. Naya

Washington, D.C.

George A. Naya

George Naya advises both public and private companies on capital markets, securities law, and corporate governance matters. His capital markets practice includes guiding companies through a variety of securities transactions, including registered and private debt offerings, tender offers, exchange offers, and stock splits. He also regularly counsels companies on issues relating to SEC disclosure, stock exchange listing requirements, corporate governance, and shareholder proposals.

George regularly represents companies in a broad range of industries, including real estate investment trusts (REITs), consumer products, insurance, retail, and energy. Before joining Hogan Lovells, he was an associate at another major international law firm where he advised financial institutions, corporate issuers, and foreign governments on domestic and international capital markets transactions, including SEC-registered offerings, private placements, and liability management transactions.

Representative Experience

Represented Brown-Forman Corporation in its recent US$500m, £300m, and €300m notes offerings.

Represented McCormick & Company, Inc. in its US$250m notes offering.

Represented NextEra Energy Partners, LP in its US$200m offering of common units.

Represented an innovative medical device company in its US$300m convertible notes offering.

Represented a major Latin American real estate company in the international 144A/Reg S offering of US$300m of notes.

Represented underwriters in connection with multiple SEC-registered debt offerings.

Education and admissions


  • J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 2012
  • B.S., University of Florida, 2009

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • District of Columbia
  • New York
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