05 June 2018
At least nine firms across seven Latin American jurisdictions have advised on a deal that saw private equity company Cinven sell assets belonging to telecoms provider Ufinet to two buyers, French private equity investor Antin and a fund controlled by Cinven.
26 March 2018
Of the eight firms listed in the Paraguayan chapter of the Latin Lawyer 250, the largest is BKM | Berkemeyer with 43 lawyers, which is closely followed by Estudio Jurídico Gross Brown.
06 March 2018
BKM | Berkemeyer has helped the joint venture company building Paraguay’s first public private partnership (PPP) project, Rutas del Este, obtain a bridge loan worth US$50 million.
20 July 2017
Estudio Jurídico Gross Brown has helped Tigo, the Paraguayan subsidiary of telecoms provider Millicom, obtain a loan worth 367 billion guaraníes (US$67 million).
04 January 2016
Ferrere (Paraguay) has helped the Inter-American Development Bank lend US$50 million to two Paraguayan banks, and back US$16 million worth of loans supplied to both by the country’s social security platform.
24 September 2015
Paraguay has taken a major step toward the elimination of bearer shares by issuing a resolution forcing the financial sector to identify users of the instrument, amid concern from foreign banks about its use in the country.
09 March 2015
Latin Lawyer continues with its overview of the region’s leading business law firms in Latin America, as analysed in the 17th edition of Latin Lawyer 250. Today the focus is on Paraguay.
13 August 2014
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York and Parquet & Asociados in Asunción have helped Paraguay issue sovereign bonds worth US$1 billion – the country’s largest-ever international issuance and the first since the settlement of a number of ICSID disputes.
19 July 2013
With a rapidly growing economy and important legislative developments in the pipeline, Rachel Hall finds that Paraguay is a resource ready and waiting to be tapped
27 June 2013
Cartels and near-monopolies will for the first time be regulated and punished in Paraguay, after the country’s first ever competition law brings it in line with global standards.