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Argentina’s largest electricity supplier gets new investors
Argentina’s largest electricity supplier gets new investors

Argentina’s largest electricity supplier gets new investors

15 January 2021

Argentina’s Alfaro Abogados and Marval O'Farrell Mairal have helped two local investors acquire a majority share in the country’s largest electricity supplier Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte (Edenor) for US$95 million.

Banking barricades: central banks brace for the impact of covid-19
Banking barricades: central banks brace for the impact of covid-19

Banking barricades: central banks brace for the impact of covid-19

18 May 2020

When it comes to the effect of covid-19 on the economy, one word comes to mind: devastating. While governments are taking action to protect people against the public health crisis, Latin America’s central banks are putting measures in place to brace for the economic impact of the pandemic.

Banking barricades: central banks brace for the impact of covid-19
Banking barricades: central banks brace for the impact of covid-19

Banking barricades: central banks brace for the impact of covid-19

13 May 2020

When it comes to the effect of covid-19 on the economy, one word comes to mind: devastating. While governments are taking action to protect people against the public health crisis, Latin America’s central banks are putting measures in place to brace for the economic impact of the pandemic.

Apax hires Italian, Argentine and Brazilian firms to invest in biotech
Apax hires Italian, Argentine and Brazilian firms to invest in biotech

Apax hires Italian, Argentine and Brazilian firms to invest in biotech

12 November 2018

Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Capelli Partners in Milan, Alfaro Abogados in Buenos Aires and Veirano Advogados in Rio de Janeiro have helped French private equity investor Apax Partners acquire Italian biotechnological ingredients producer AEB from counterpart SK Capital. 

Insurance lawyer re-joins Beccar Varela
Insurance lawyer re-joins Beccar Varela

Insurance lawyer re-joins Beccar Varela

12 February 2018

Argentine firm Beccar Varela has welcomed back an insurance lawyer to lead and help expand the firm’s insurance and reinsurance department.

Alfaro banks on Argentine mining boom with laterals
Alfaro banks on Argentine mining boom with laterals

Alfaro banks on Argentine mining boom with laterals

02 February 2018

Argentine firm Alfaro Abogados has hired two partners to lead its mining practice, becoming the latest firm in the market to target work from a sector set to undergo significant expansion under President Mauricio Macri.

Argentina targets corruption with corporate criminal liability law
Argentina targets corruption with corporate criminal liability law

Argentina targets corruption with corporate criminal liability law

05 December 2017

Argentina has become the latest Latin American country to enact laws making companies liable for crimes committed in Argentina and abroad, a move local lawyers say is a positive step towards an anti-corruption culture in the region.

Alfaro partner to audit Argentine football association
Alfaro partner to audit Argentine football association

Alfaro partner to audit Argentine football association

05 August 2016

FIFA has appointed Alfaro Abogados partner Javier Medin vice-chairman of a normalisation committee assembled to audit Argentina’s scandal-hit national football association.

Beccar Varela opens in Tigre and re-hires PE partner
Beccar Varela opens in Tigre and re-hires PE partner

Beccar Varela opens in Tigre and re-hires PE partner

06 April 2016

Estudio Beccar Varela has opened a new branch in the suburban Buenos Aires city of Tigre and welcomed back a private equity partner to its headquarters in the Argentine capital.

Hamburg Süd snaps up CCNI’s container-shipping assets
Hamburg Süd snaps up CCNI’s container-shipping assets

Hamburg Süd snaps up CCNI’s container-shipping assets

15 April 2015

German law firm CMS Hasche Sigle has helped shipping company Hamburg Süd acquire Compañía Chilena de Navegación Interoceánica (CCNI)’s container-shipping business for US$160 million, which required antitrust approval in multiple Latin American jurisdictions.