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Herbert Smith Freehills and White & Case advised on Trident Energy’s first-of-a-kind financing and acquisition of Brazilian oil and gas assets from Petrobras, for approximately $1 billion. Here a Petrobras offshore platform. (Photo: Petrobras)
Alberto de la Parra and Fradyn Suárez, Jones Day. (Photos: Jones Day)
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HSF, White & Case Advise Trident Deal


Jones Day, Hogan Lovells advises Fibra Uno, Costa Rica financing.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Herbert Smith Freehills and White & Case advised on Trident Energy’s first-of-a-kind financing and acquisition of Brazilian oil and gas assets from Petrobras, for approximately $1 billion; Jones Day acted as special Mexican counsel to Mexican lenders a $1.1 billion credit agreement for Mexican real estate investment trust Fibra UNO and the concessionaire, borrower and sponsors on a $575 million long term financing related to a toll road in Colombia, while Hogan Lovells represented the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in a loan to support and incentivize the issuance of a green bond by Davivienda Costa Rica.

 

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Keywords: Brazil, Costa Rica, Energy, Herbert Smith Freehills, Hogan Lovells, Jones Day, Mexico, Petrobras, Real Estate, White & Case

 

 

 

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