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An Interbank branch in Peru. Shearman & Sterling and Simpson Thacher advised on the $469 million U.S. initial public offering of Peru-based Intercorp -- the first listing of a Peruvian company on the NYSE in the last six years. (Photo: Christian Monzón Cárdenas)
Adam Brenneman, Andrés de la Cruz and Jorge Juantorena, Cleary Gottlieb and  Juan Francisco Méndez, Simpson Thacher. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
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Law Firms Advise on $1.9 Bln LatAm Offers


Cleary, Sherman, Simpson Thacher advise on Mexico, Peru offers.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Cleary Gottlieb and Simpson Thacher advised on Mexican state electricity company CFE’s $615 million Formosa bond.

Cleary also advised the initial purchasers and dealer managers in Chile-based airline LATAM's reopening and concurrent cash tender offer worth a combined $500 million and the $100 million US initial public offer of Mexico-based private oil company Vista Oil & Gas.

Shearman & Sterling and Simpson Thacher advised on the $469 million U.S. initial public offering of Peru-based Intercorp -- the first listing of a Peruvian company on the NYSE in the last six years.


Shearman also represented the initial purchasers on the $220 million offer from Cable & Wireless.

And DLA Piper advised Mexican pharma company Genomma Lab in obtaining authorization from the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) to register a revolving issued program.

 

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Keywords: Capital Markets, CFE, Cleary Gottlieb, DLA Piper, Finance, IPOs, Mexico, Peru, Shearman & Sterling, Simpson Thacher

 

 

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