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Still time to register for Latin Lawyer’s project finance summit

There is still time to sign up to Latin Lawyer Live: Regional Project Finance 2022, which will take place on 10 November. Read on for details on the conference and how to register.

07 November 2022

India’s UPL hires Brazilian counsel for agribusiness sale to KKR

Jones Day in Singapore and Machado Meyer Advogados in São Paulo have helped Indian agribusiness company UPL sell a stake in its subsidiary Advanta to US investment group KKR for US$300 million.

03 November 2022

Who is in LACCA Approved 2023?

The Latin American Corporate Counsel Association has released the latest edition of LACCA Approved. Read on to find out who Latin America’s leading private practitioners are and which law firms received the most votes.

01 November 2022

TotalEnergies partners with Brazil’s Casa dos Ventos

Three offices of Milbank and Machado Meyer Advogados in São Paulo have helped France’s TotalEnergies form a joint venture with Brazilian renewables group Casa dos Ventos, spending US$550 million for a share in the new entity.

01 November 2022

Cosan acquires minority stake in Vale

Brazilian firm Pinheiro Neto Advogados has helped energy company Cosan acquire a minority stake in mining giant Vale, a deal worth some 21 billion reais (US$4 billion).

19 October 2022

Brazil’s Copel raises US$189 million with offering

Brazilian state-owned energy company Copel has relied on Stocche Forbes to issue notes worth 1 billion reais (US$189 million).

19 October 2022

FiBrasil debt tap calls on Machado Meyer and Stocche Forbes

Machado Meyer Advogados has helped Brazilian fibre optics wholesaler FiBrasil issue new debt worth 315 million reais (US$58 million).

19 October 2022

Machado Meyer and Pinheiro Neto in Atacadão’s first CRA offer

Machado Meyer Advogados has helped Brazilian retailer Atacadão make a public offering of agribusiness receivables certificates (CRAs) worth 1.5 billion reais (US$278 million).

18 October 2022

GIP buys LatAm renewables group Atlas from Actis

Several firms have helped US investor Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) acquire Latin American renewable energy developer Atlas from UK private equity group Actis.

17 October 2022

Eneva raises US$365 million for Brazilian thermoelectric projects

Stocche Forbes has helped Brazilian energy company Eneva make a 1.9 billion reais (US$367 million) debt issuance to fund several renewables projects.

17 October 2022

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