Paul Hastings LLP in São Paulo and Brazil’s Cescon, Barrieu, Flesch & Barreto Advogados have helped local real estate company Plano & Plano raise 600 million reais (US$108 million) in an initial public offering on the B3 stock exchange.
Pinheiro Neto Advogados has helped a subsidiary of Brazilian payment processor PagSeguro buy the entirety of counterpart Wirecard Brazil.
BMA - Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragão has strengthened its data protection, technology and digital business practice by hiring a partner, as Brazil enforced its General Data Protection Law (LGPD) last week.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in São Paulo and New York has helped Brazilian paper and pulp company Suzano issue US$750 million worth of sustainability-linked notes, which is one of the first performance-linked debt offerings in Latin America.
Stocche Forbes Advogados has helped Brazilian power company Omega Geração acquire a 50% equity stake in two wind power complexes from the local subsidiary of French utilities company EDF for 662 million reais (US$120 million).
Brazil’s Campos Mello Advogados has launched a government affairs practice and a new office in Brasília, by hiring two public law partners from local firm Cascione Pulino Boulos Advogados.
Gunderson Dettmer in San Francisco and Silicon Valley and Baraona Fischer & Cia in Santiago have helped Chilean vegan food technology company NotCo raise US$85 million in its third investment round.
Machado Meyer Advogados has helped Petrobras Distribuidora - also known as BR - sell its entire stake in local asphalt and paving company Stratura Asfaltos.
A slew of Brazilian law firms and one Spanish outfit have helped telecoms operators TIM, Telefónica and Claro make a 16.5 billion reais (US$3 billion) binding stalking-horse bid to jointly buy Oi’s mobile services business, as part of the latter’s reorganisation.
Jones Day offices in Chicago and São Paulo and Brazilian firms BMA - Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragão and TozziniFreire Advogados have helped US real estate developer Greystar enter the Brazilian market by joining an existing joint venture between Brazilian counterpart Cyrela and Canada’s CPP Investments.