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Mexico’s VivaAerobús makes sustainability-linked offer
Galicia Abogados has helped Mexican low-cost airline VivaAerobús structure a new notes programme worth US$1 billion and make a subsequent offer of sustainability-linked notes.
02 December 2022
Galicia returns for sustainability-linked Coca-Cola FEMSA offering
Galicia Abogados has acted as deal counsel in a sustainability-linked bond issuance by Coca-Cola FEMSA, a deal worth 9.2 billion pesos (US$476 million).
28 November 2022
Deal Tracker: Which were the busiest firms in Q1&2 2022?
Law firms in Latin America were busy at work in the first half of 2022, despite global economic challenges. Latin Lawyer's Deal Tracker Report reveals which firms did the most deals across the region.
23 November 2022
Mexico’s Saavi buys power plant from Blackstone-backed Fisterra
Two Milbank offices and Galicia Abogados in Mexico City have helped energy company Saavi acquire a power plant in Jalisco from Mexican counterpart Fisterra Energy.
21 November 2022
Latin America looks to LNG to fill global energy void
Investors point to Latin America's liquified natural gas (LNG) market as a key area for investment in a bid to tackle the global energy crisis and facilitate the green power transition.
16 November 2022
Mexican buy now pay later start-up gets US$100 million credit line
White & Case SC in Mexico City has helped Mexican fintech Nelo get a credit facility of up to US$100 million.
08 November 2022
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
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
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
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