Martínez de Hoz, Linklaters and Pérez Alati in YPF financing

Martínez de Hoz & Rueda has helped YPF’s electricity unit obtain a US$75 million credit facility from two banks.

Latin American enforcers commit to leniency principles

The competition authorities of Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Argentina and Chile have signed a joint statement on shared principles that will guide the implementation of their leniency regimes – following recent controversy in the region about the confidentiality of submitted applications.

Skills to succeed: Interviewing

Patricia López Aufranc, of counsel and former partner at Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal in Argentina, outlines how to succeed in an interview, in the third instalment in a mini-series of tips for aspiring young lawyers.

Latin Lawyer Special Report: M&A and capital markets deal activity

An in-depth look at M&A and IPO transactions in Latin America and the law firms behind them.

To each their own

It has become a must for major Spanish firms to make a play for Latin America, yet not all agree on the best approach. Vincent Manancourt profiles the strategies of the country's main players

New Argentine antitrust authority expected in mid 2019

A commissioner at Argentina's existing competition watchdog has said that plans to establish a new antitrust authority are behind schedule, but he remains optimistic that it will be in place by mid 2019.






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