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Bruchou and Tanoira Cassagne in YPF bond issuance

Argentine state-controlled oil company YPF has enlisted Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi to raise US$384 million in a bond issuance.

05 August 2021

AT&T sells LatAm assets to Argentina’s Grupo Werthein

Argentina’s Grupo Werthein has enlisted four Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP offices and Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi in Buenos Aires as lead Latin American counsel to acquire regional entertainment company Vrio from US telecommunications group AT&T.

27 July 2021

Bruchou steers digital learning acquisition

Argentine edtech company Digital House has enlisted Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi to acquire Acámica, a local online education company.

21 July 2021

Argentina’s largest dairy producer swerves default with bond swap

Argentina’s largest dairy company, Mastellone Hermanos, has hired Linklaters in New York and local firm Cibils, Labougle, Ibañez Abogados to swap bonds worth US$164 million with newly issued notes to restructure part of its US$200 million debt pile.

09 July 2021

Bruchou and Martínez de Hoz steer Vaca Muerta investment

Mexico’s Vista Oil & Gas has relied on Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi in Buenos Aires to enter a US$250 million investment agreement with Swiss commodity trader Trafigura to develop oil wells in Argentina’s shale formation Vaca Muerta.

02 July 2021

Post-coronavirus wealth taxes could be a case of when, not if

The financial strain of the covid-19 pandemic has forced governments in Latin America to dig deep to cover costs. As a growing debt pile looms ever larger, some countries in the region are floating a tax on the wealthy to help foot the bill, one of several ways private wealth counsel in the region is evolving. Emily Darby reports on a practice area experiencing big changes.

29 June 2021

Several firms steer Pan American debt transactions in Argentina

International and Argentine law firms have helped Pan American Energy in several debt transactions worth US$460 million in total.

27 May 2021

Deal of the Year Winner: Restructuring

In the aftermath of Argentina’s historic deal with its foreign creditors, President Alberto Fernández described the indebtedness the country had left behind as a “labyrinth”. The US$65 billion deal is the largest sovereign debt restructuring in recent years and marked the first test of collective action clauses (CACs) included in bonds issued by Argentina back in 2016. It wins the restructuring category of our Deal of the Year Awards.

25 May 2021

Deal of the Year 2020: the full shortlist

Latin Lawyer will announce the winners of our 15th annual Deal of the Year Awards in the daily news briefing next week. See the full shortlist here.

19 May 2021

Latin Lawyer announces Elite 2021

Latin Lawyer Elite firms have each carved out their own paths towards excellence and demonstrate unique areas of strength. Here, we reveal this year’s Elite.

12 May 2021

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