April 24 - 27, 2022
The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman

Mei-Li da Silva Vint
Chief Compliance Officer at Brevet Capital


Mei-Li da Silva Vint is the Chief Compliance Officer of Brevet Capital Management. She is a legal and compliance expert with more than 13 years of experience executing M&A, private equity, and venture capital transactions and serving institutional investor clients.

Ms. da Silva Vint possesses a unique blend of private capital, investor relations, and corporate compliance expertise. She has significant experience supporting M&A transactions and structuring complex private credit loans.

Prior to joining Brevet Capital in 2016, Ms. da Silva Vint served almost five years within Morgan Stanley’s Bank Resource Management division where she covered key institutional clients in the fixed income and equity space and structured private secured loans. In 2012, she began her tenure at Morgan Stanley on the Institutional Securities Documentation team focusing on cross-border and local derivatives markets for fixed income, equities, and commodities. She then joined the Sales & Marketing team in 2014, where she was responsible for managing a multi-billion-dollar exclusive securities lending portfolio and sourcing secured funding to manage the liquidity of the firm.

Ms. da Silva Vint began her career in 2006 as a corporate attorney with McDermott Will & Emery, an international law firm where she executed cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, restructurings, private offerings, and venture capital and private equity transactions.

She earned a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School, and received a B.A. in English and Communications from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Ms. da Silva Vint is on the board and the Governance Committee of the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance. She is currently pursuing her MBA from Columbia Business School and speaks fluent Portuguese.

Agenda Sessions

  • Comparing private equity and private credit ODD, the key items to look for and how they must differ