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Multiple firms steer Mexican tech financing

Proskauer Rose LLP in New York and González Calvillo SC in Mexico City have helped Altum Capital issue a credit facility to mobile technology group Tekmovil.

21 March 2023

Record gun-jumping fine levied against HP in Mexico

Mexico’s competition enforcer has issued its highest-ever gun-jumping penalty, fining HP and Poly US$3.3 million for closing their US$3.3 billion merger despite the agency’s ongoing merger review.

06 March 2023

Diversity Survey: Finding the balance

Latin American law firms are taking steps to promote greater gender equity, but progress at partner level continues to be frustratingly slow and firms must dig deeper to tackle unconscious bias in the talent pipeline in order to rebalance the scales.

08 December 2022

Several firms help Mexico’s KIO up stake in local SaaS company

Mexico’s largest data centre operator KIO Networks has enlisted Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez SC to increase its share in local software-as-a-service (SaaS) company MasNegocio, becoming the target's sole owner.

22 November 2022

Financing for Italian stationery company calls on Mexican firms

Sainz Abogados in Mexico City has helped local stationery manufacturer Grupo Fila-Dixon and its Italian parent company Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini (FILA) secure a financing worth €437 million (US$440 million).

16 November 2022

Who are LACCA’s Thought Leaders 2023?

LACCA members have cast their votes. We take a look at which private practice lawyers have been identified as leaders in their field by Latin America’s in-house community.

03 November 2022

Mexico breaks up bus cartel

Mexico’s Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) has fined 18 bus companies and 31 of their executives more than 1.2 billion pesos (US$61 million) for fixing prices and dividing the market in what is thought to be its highest-ever cartel fine.

28 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

Crédito Maestro financing in Mexico calls on several firms

Crédito Maestro has enlisted González Calvillo, SC in Mexico City to secure a US$65 million credit facility from CarVal Investors.

14 October 2022

Several firms power Mexican energy refinancing

Multinational power company APR Energy has called on Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP in Houston to secure a US$185 million refinancing.

05 October 2022

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