Hughes & Hughes has helped Dutch infrastructure fund manager DIF Capital Partners acquire a wind farm in Uruguay.
Ferrere (Bolivia) has helped the Bolivian government sign a US$99 million credit agreement with French development bank AFD to support the development of renewables in the country.
Ferrere (Uruguay) has launched a corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme called Transforma, which supports organisations promoting education and social development in Latin America.
Some 45 Latin American and international law firms have helped the region’s companies raise more than US$13.4 billion through 41 equity capital markets transactions during the first six months of 2019, according to Latin Lawyer’s latest research.
Latin Lawyer recorded 13 equity transaction in Brazil and Spanish-speaking Latin America between March and April with a combined value of more than US$3.6 billion.
Ahead of the publication of the 2020 edition of LACCA Approved, we take a look at the results to find out who Latin America’s leading law firm partners are, as voted for by in-house counsel.
Posadas, Posadas & Vecino in Montevideo has helped Uruguay’s biggest dairy company, Conaprole, get a credit facility from International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) for its San José industrial project.
Women Way in Arbitration (WWA Latam), an association that promotes the role of women in Latin American arbitration, is preparing to launch in Colombia after a successful opening in Argentina earlier this year.
Uruguayan firm Jiménez de Aréchaga, Viana & Brause has helped Spanish renewables company Saeta Yield refinance two wind farms.
A Panamanian entity backed by New York private equity firm Tenor Capital Management has made good on a threatened International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) claim against Uruguay over the collapse of the country’s former national airline.