Diego Parise is co-head of the firm’s general corporate practice and leads the firm’s banking and finance and mergers and acquisitions practices. He has extensive experience in the structuring, negotiation and execution of M&A, joint venture and financing transactions, in both Argentina and overseas, and has represented Argentine and non-Argentine clients in public and private stock and asset acquisitions, offerings of debt and equity securities, bank financings and debt restructurings. He also advises clients on securities and stock market regulations and corporate governance and compliance issues.
Mr Parise’s transactional work includes Raízen’s US$130 million acquisition of a 50% interest in Barcos & Rodados in Paraguay; Tenaris’s US$1.2 billion acquisition of US steel pipe manufacturer IPSCO; Southern Cross’s US$200 million joint investment with Vista Oil & Gas and Riverstone in Aleph Midstream; Tenaris’s acquisition of a 48% interest in Saudi Steel Pipe Company; Raízen’s US$916 million acquisition of Shell’s downstream business in Argentina; and Ternium’s €1.45 billion acquisition of CSA Siderúrgica do Atlântico.
Mr Parise was a New York-based associate with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP (1999–2004).
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