Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP’s New York office predicts increased transactional work in Latin America as it promotes a project finance lawyer to the partnership.
Brazilian firm Lobo de Rizzo Advogados has hired a project finance partner from Arap, Nishi & Uyeda Advogados.
Driven by the need to shore up its finances, Brazil’s government is offering an olive branch to companies looking to partner with the state to develop vast infrastructure projects, after years of failing to provide them with legal certainty for their investments. Carlos Ari Sundfeld and Yasser Gabriel of regulatory boutique Sundfeld Advogados consider what companies can expect from the updated public-private partnerships regime and whether it really represents a break from the past
Argentina’s sensational return to the capital markets last year promised to revolutionise the country’s project finance space, but the PPP projects kicking off the country’s infrastructure revamp may be too much, too soon, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s 5th Annual Regional Project Finance Summit, held in Washington, DC last month.
These firms have professional notices in the Latin Lawyer 250