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Telecom Argentina headquarters in Buenos Aires. Cleary Gottlieb advised Fintech, the company's new owner. (Photo: Telecom Argentina)
Banco Nacional de Costa Rica's headquarters in San Jose, Costa Rica. Both Milbank and Shearman & Sterling advised on the bank's $1 billion offer. (Photo: Christian Diaz Chuquisengo)
Carlos  Albarracín from Milbank, Antonia Stolper from Shearman & Sterling and Marcelo Mottesi from Milbank.  
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
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Legal Briefs: Cleary Gottlieb, Milbank, Shearman & Sterling

Latin America news at Cleary Gottlieb, Milbank and Shearman & Sterling.


Cleary Gottlieb represents
Fintech in its $908 million acquisition of Telecom Argentina, the fourth-largest company in Argentina and one of the 100 largest in Latin America, according to the Latinvex 500.

Meanwhile Shearman & Sterling advised Banco Nacional de Costa Rica on its $1 Billion senior notes offering, while Milbank advised the offering’s underwriters Bank of America Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan Securities.

Milbank also advised four principal lenders in an $800 million syndicated financing for Ternium México and advised on two large capital markets deals on behalf of first-time corporate issuers in Guatemala, which together raised $500 million.

And Shearman & Sterling represented Peru’s ... 

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Keywords: Argentina, Banco de los Trabajadores, Brazil, Cementos Progreso, Cleary Gottlieb, Costa Rica, Fintech, Guatemala, Mexico, Milbank, Peru, San Miguel Industrias, Shearman & Sterling, Telecom Argentina, Ternium, Tupy

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