23 May 2019
Peru was the busiest country for M&A transactions in Spanish-speaking Latin America during January and February, with more deals taking place there than in Mexico and Argentina combined, according to Latin Lawyer’s research.
01 February 2017
Former González Calvillo, SC corporate finance partner has left the firm to establish a transactional boutique.
30 January 2017
Three years on from a reform that opened Mexico’s oil and gas and power sectors to private investment, law firms in the country continue to bolster their energy offerings through hires or promotions – while a handful are opting to boost transactional areas despite the risk the Trump administration poses to the Mexican economy.
15 April 2016
In the three years since President Enrique Peña Nieto opened Mexico’s energy sector to private business, it is arguably hydrocarbons that have taken centre stage. But with the collapse of oil prices, activity in another energy sector is heating up.
07 March 2016
Greenberg Traurig SC has become the latest Mexican firm to promote a corporate associate to shareholder.
09 July 2015
SOLCARGO (Solórzano, Carvajal, González y Pérez-Correa SC) has recruited the former deputy general counsel of Mexico’s Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) as counsel to increase its energy and infrastructure capabilities.
24 September 2014
Regulatory changes in Brazil, energy reforms in Mexico and a raft of new legislation introduced by the new government in Chile have all resulted in a more auspicious climate for private equity investors, said local lawyers at Latin Lawyer’s fifth annual private equity conference in New York.
20 January 2014
Firms in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Peru and Panama have made partner promotions, including several new female appointments.
08 January 2014
SOLCARGO (Solórzano, Carvajal, González y Pérez-Correa SC) has helped US private investment firm Windjammer Capital Investors prepare due diligence reports for its acquisition of two Mexican gas valve manufacturers.
03 January 2014
DLA Piper Mexico, SC has helped Fibra Uno debut on Mexico’s debt capital markets less than two years after becoming the first real estate investment trust (REIT) to list on Mexico’s stock exchange.