Emil Arca is a partner in the New York office of Hogan Lovells. He represents underwriters, placement agents, issuers, investors, lenders, borrowers, insurers, and other parties in a wide variety of types of structured finance, debt capital markets, project bond, banking and restructuring transactions in the United States and internationally, particularly in emerging markets. He is listed as a leading lawyer in various finance and capital markets fields in current editions of The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers Global, Euromoney’s Legal Media Expert Guides, The Legal 500 and New York Super Lawyers.
While an undergraduate in the Department, Emil was awarded the 1982 William Jennings Bryan Prize and was one of the founders, and later Co-Editor-in-Chief, of the Michigan Journal of Political Science. At the University of Michigan Law School, Emil was an Executive Editor of the Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies, now known as the Michigan Journal of International Law.