Latin Lawyer gathered data on M&A activity across Latin America over 2019. Here, we present the firms that won the most work in Uruguay.
Latin Lawyer's data shows that four M&A deals closed in Uruguay between March and December 2019. Considering only deals with a public value, those transactions had a combined value of US$275 million.
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South American hotel and casino operator Enjoy is seeking recognition of its Chilean bankruptcy in New York, claiming a wave of civil unrest and the covid-19 pandemic have “significantly harmed” its business.
A US company’s bid to revive a US$65 million claim against Uruguay has been discontinued at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), but the claimant’s owner has threatened the state with a new treaty claim.
Ferrere (Uruguay) has helped local timber company Maderas del Uruguay structure a trust worth US$67 million on the electronic stock exchange of Uruguay (Bolsa Electrónica de Valores).
Latin Lawyer recorded 14 multijurisdictional M&A deals that were signed or announced in Latin America from March to December 2019. Counting the deals, of which the value was public, the combined deal value was nearly US$15 billion.
Several Greenberg Traurig LLP offices, Alemany, Escalona & De Fuentes in Madrid and Guyer & Regules in Montevideo have helped Spain’s ACI Airport Sudamérica complete an international exchange offer, worth US$186 million, to allow its Uruguayan airport operator to restructure local debt.
Latin Lawyer tracked equity capital markets activity across Latin America during 2019. Here, we reveal which Brazilian and international law firms won the most work.
Hogan Lovells LLP in Washington, DC and Pérez Bustamante & Ponce in Quito have helped Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) lend US$40 million to South American retail chain Tiendas Industriales Asociadas (Tía), which will use the funds to open new stores in Ecuador.