Ferrere (Uruguay) has helped UK asset manager Aberdeen Standard Investments buy the Punta de Rieles prison, which operates under Uruguay’s first-ever PPP contract.
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.
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.
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.
Colombian outfit Brigard Urrutia and Peruvian law firms Lazo, De Romaña & CMB Abogados and Miranda & Amado Abogados worked on the most debt capital market deals outside of Brazil in June, while international firms Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP and Winston & Strawn LPP along with Alessandri and Carey in Santiago were behind the largest transaction.
Olivera Abogados has helped Uruguayan agribusiness Grupo Caputto sell 850 hectares of land to Peruvian counterpart Camposol, paving the way for it to renegotiate its subsidiary’s debt.
Uruguay’s Olivera Abogados has promoted a senior tax associate to the partnership.
Latin Lawyer announced the winners of its 11th annual Deal of the Year Awards at a charity dinner in São Paulo last night, in the presence of 230 leading names of the Latin American legal community.
The complete shortlist for Latin Lawyer’s 11th annual Deal of the Year Awards is now available.
Latin Lawyer is pleased to announce the shortlist for the final category of its 11th annual Deal of the Year Awards: restructuring.