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    Grupo Monge closes cross-border syndicated financing

    May 22, 2017

    Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in New York, Vector Legal in Costa Rica, Guatemalan firm Bufete López Cordero, García & Bodán (Honduras), Lexincorp in San Salvador and Peruvian firm García Sayán Abogados have helped retailer Grupo Monge obtain a syndicated multijurisdictional loan worth US$120 million. Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior was lead lender and administrative agent. Fifteen banks acted as co-lenders: Bancolombia Puerto Rico Internacional, Banco Industrial, BAC ...

    LatAm lateral hires up 40 per cent in 2013

    February 21, 2014

    Latin Lawyer reporting of lateral hires by Latin American law firms in 2013 rose by 40 per cent from 2012 - representing a larger increase than the previous year.Last year, 108 lateral hires were covered in the daily news briefing, compared to 77 ... shifts, including Pacheco Coto's absorption of Aczalaw Abogados and Romero Pineda & Asociados's recruitment of a team from Lexincorp. The numbers are based on reporting of hires from another firm's partnership, of independent practitioners ...

    Honduran firms welcome Lobo election win

    December 01, 2009

    Lawyers in Honduras expect investment to pick up in the country after Porfirio Lobo of the centre-right National Party was named the winner of Sunday's presidential elections."We are more than happy with the result," says Dennis Matamoros ... deals we've experienced in the last year." "Lobo's party has a reputation for protecting international investment," agrees Lexincorp partner Omar Claros Carías. "I've already received calls from clients interested in coming back ...

    AB Inbev's US$100 billion SABMiller tie-up cleared in El Salvador

    February 10, 2017

    Lexincorp's Salvadorean office has helped Anheuser-Busch InBev get antitrust approval in El Salvador for its record-breaking acquisition of rival brewer SABMiller. SABMiller enlisted Arias (El Salvador) as antitrust counsel. The Competition Superintendence of El Salvador (CDSC) gave its assent to the deal, on the condition that SABMiller subsidiary Industrias La Constancia sells Suprema and Regia, two well-known local beer brands.  The merger got the green light ...

    Uncertainty clouds new electricity legislation in Honduras

    July 04, 2014

    Lawyers have voiced their fears about the implementation of a new law overhauling Honduras's electricity market, transforming the sector into an open market for the first time.The law comes into effect today. It will attempt to rectify the crippling ... plagued by the same problems a lot of third world countries have with government institutions," says José Miguel Álvarezof in Lexincorp's Honduran office. "It needed to be changed dramatically because we are a developing country and we are losing ...

    SunEdison obtains funding for Central America's largest renewables complex

    January 26, 2015

    ... offices of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and the Honduran offices of Aguilar Castillo Love (Honduras) and Lexincorp have helped US solar energy company SunEdison obtain financing from a group of multilateral lenders to fund construction ... o Milla and Enrique Rodríguez Burchard and associates Melissa Amaya Pastrana and Carolina Aguirre Larios in Tegucigalpa Lexincorp Partner Jose Miguel Alvarez in Tegucigalpa Counsel to the lenders Chadbourne & Parke LLP Partner Kenneth Hansen ...

    Lexincorp appoints new CEO

    April 08, 2008

    Central American firm Lexincorp has appointed a new regional CEO, who will based in the firm's El Salvador office.Giancarlo Angelucci, a partner at the firm, has experience advising both private and government entities. He was a negotiator ... America and abroad." Angelucci was admitted to the bar in 1997 and focuses on commercial law, telecommunications, governmental acquisitions and contracting. Lexincorp has offices in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. AVS...

    'Business as usual' through Honduran crisis

    July 15, 2009

    ... lawyers in the country say they have largely managed to maintain business as usual during the political crisis.Although Lexincorp, which has premises close to the Presidential House in Tegucigalpa, was forced to close its office for two days, lawyers insist that the country's court system remains in operation, and the three branches of the government are in place and functioning normally. Lexincorp partner Omar Claros Carías, explains, "For security reasons we were forced to close our office ...

    Lexincorp merges with Costa Rican firm

    July 02, 2008

    With Costa Rica's implementation of DR-CAFTA approaching, Central American law firm Lexincorp is strengthening its foothold there, merging with André Tinoco Abogados.Agreed in April, the merger becomes official on 4 July. The tie-up brings opens new doors for André Tinoco too. Lexincorp, established by law firms in Guatemala and El Salvador, has seven offices across the region, also in Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. André Tinoco partner Sergio Pérez says it will enable the firm ...

    El Salvador drafts code of ethics for legal professionals

    November 07, 2011

    Reinforcing ethical standards, promoting respect and quashing corruption are just some of the big issues that El Salvador's new code of ethics for lawyers aims to tackle. Introduced on 5 October by Salvadorean social responsibility and economic ... seen that the style of some lawyers is to be disrespectful, like that's the correct attitude," she says. For Lexincorp associate Reynaldo Vázquez, this lack of guidance has left Salvadorean lawyers sometimes unsure of how to balance the conflicts ...

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