The winners in all 10 categories of our 14th annual Deal of the Year Awards are revealed here.
Central American law firm Aguilar Castillo Love has hired an energy lawyer from Bustamante & Bustamante in Ecuador, adding its second partner in Quito this year.
Brazil’s Cury Construtora has hired Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in São Paulo and New York and local firm Souza, Mello e Torres to raise 850 million reais (US$155 million) in an IPO that priced below the indicated price range.
The first attempt to enforce Brazil’s sweeping new data protection legislation (LGPD) has stalled – but observers say the case may demonstrate how the law is likely to play out in practice.
Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados has helped BBVA Peru lend 120 million Peruvian soles (US$34 million) to local supermarket chain Supermercados Peruanos.
TozziniFreire Advogados has helped Brazilian automotive solutions company Fras-Le buy car parts manufacturer Nakata Automotiva for 457 million reais (US$87 million).
Lawyers involved in Argentina’s US$65 billion international debt restructuring reflect on the challenges and achievements of the deal, highlighting the activation of collective action clauses (CACs) as a key ingredient for the successful outcome of the restructuring.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York has helped Mexico issue the world's first-ever sovereign bonds linked to the United Nations’ sustainable development goals, in a deal worth 750 million euros (US$890 million).
A slew of law firms has helped Brazilian renewables company Omega Geração raise about 1 billion reais (US$200 million) through a green bonds issuance and an equity offering.
Chile’s antitrust enforcer has asked the country’s competition tribunal to fine the Walt Disney Company €3.5 million (US$4 million) for providing false information during a probe into its acquisition of 21st Century Fox and for breaching the remedies that were imposed.