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Several firms help Peruvian companies refinance debt

Hernández & Cía in Lima has helped two Peruvian solar power subsidiaries of Japanese investor Sojitz obtain a US$122 million refinancing to pay off their existing debt with three international development banks.

11 August 2022

Peruvian firms steer agribusiness deal

Miranda & Amado has helped Peruvian agribusiness Complejo Agroindustrial Beta obtain a US$92 million credit line to refinance its existing debt and acquire a portfolio of land.

08 August 2022

Miranda & Amado elects new co-managing partner

Peruvian Elite firm Miranda & Amado has elected Mauricio Raffo – the head of its disputes practice – as co-managing partner, replacing outgoing Alberto Delgado

28 July 2022

Peru sees off bulk of arbitration claim over motorway project

Peru says it has knocked out most of a US$150 million International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) claim by a construction contractor over a delayed project to improve a stretch of the Pan-American Highway.

18 July 2022

Credicorp subsidiary buys Peruvian e-commerce business

Krealo, the corporate venture capital subsidiary of Credicorp, has hired Garrigues (Peru) to acquire local e-commerce brand Sami Shop.

08 July 2022

Peruvian firms steer Scotiabank fintech divestment

Garrigues (Peru) and Miranda & Amado have helped local financial institution Intercorp acquire a 50% stake in payment processor Procesos de Medios de Pago (PMP) from Scotiabank.

10 May 2022

Several firms help Peru's Mivivienda issue debt

Peruvian low-income housing programme Fondo Mivivienda has hired Rebaza, Alcázar & De Las Casas in Lima to issue US$600 million worth of debt.

04 May 2022

Several Peruvian firms land airport services deal

Estudio Echecopar member firm of Baker McKenzie International and Miranda & Amado have helped Peruvian airport services group Talma acquire the remaining stake in its business from local private equity company Enfoca for US$164 million.

29 April 2022

Which firms advised Latin America’s largest banks in 2021?

From adapting to the new fintech landscape to providing economic support in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, banks had a lot on their plate in 2021. For the first time, Latin Lawyer’s affiliate publication the Latin American Corporate Counsel Association (LACCA) has uncovered the law firms that Latin America’s leading financial institutions turned to the most for those crucial transactions.

25 April 2022

Familiar firms in Peruvian power offering

Peruvian power transmission company Consorcio Transmantaro has relied on Milbank in New York and Peru’s Estudio Echecopar member firm of Baker McKenzie International to issue new notes and launch a tender offer in a deal worth US$950 million in total.

20 April 2022

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