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The strong participation of international commercial banks and blended finance led by IDB in the $1 billion financing of EPM’s 2.4 GW Ituango hydro project (photo) represents a very positive development for the expansion of project finance in Colombia. (Photo: EPM)
Lance Brasher, Alejandro González Lazzeri, Jorge Kamine, Paul Kraske and J. Mathias von Bernuth. (Photos: Skadden)
Thursday, March 8, 2018
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Latin America Infrastructure: Good Outlook

Uncertainty around NAFTA and presidential elections won’t hurt Mexico.


What is the outlook for Latin America project infrastructure this year?  

What is the outlook for project infrastructure in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Peru?  

To what degree will uncertainty around NAFTA and the July presidential elections impact project infrastructure in Mexico this year?


Latinvex asked five experts. Our panel:

Lance Brasher, global head of Skadden’s Energy and Infrastructure Group.

Alejandro Gonzalez-Lazzeri, New York-based Skadden partner specializing in cross-border banking and corporate financing transactions.

Jorge Kamine, Washington, D.C.-based Skadden Counsel specializing in energy and infrastructure projects.

Paul Kraske, Washington, D.C.-based Skadden partner specializing in energy and infrastructure projects.

Mathias von Bernuth, head of Skadden’s São Paulo office.

Latinvex: How do you view the outlook for the Latin America project infrastructure this year?

Lance Brasher: We have a...


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Keywords: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Skadden



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