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Skadden advised on the Kroton-Estacio merger, Brazil's largest in the first half. Here children and a teacher at a Kroton school in Serrinha, Bahia. (Photo: Rede Pitagoras)
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Skadden Sees Brazil, Mexico M&As Picking Up

Despite the ongoing U.S. presidential campaign rhetoric, firm expects a stronger M&A market in Mexico.




US-based law firm Skadden, the traditional leader in Latin American mergers and acquisitions, expects activity to pick up in both Brazil and Mexico in the second half.


“It's not a bull market for M&A but there's still plenty of activity, and we think it will pick up in the second half of the year, barring a major destabilizing event," Paul Schnell, Chair of the Latin America practice at Skadden, says of Brazil.


Meanwhile, the firm is ...


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Keywords: Brazil, Central America, Citibank, El Salvador, Estacio, Kroton, Mexico, Trump



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