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InterEnergy’s solar projects in Chile benefit from Chile’s PMGD regime which grants beneficial  connection arrangements to the distribution system and the option to choose different energy price mechanisms. (Photo: InterEnergy)
Guido Liniado, Latham & Watkins; Ricardo S. Martinez, Hogan Lovells and  Alejandro Landa Thierry, Holland & Knight. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
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Latham, Hogan Lovells Advise Chile, Colombia Financing

Foley, Gunderson, Holland & Knight advise Brazil, Colombia, Mexico finance.


Latham & Watkins advised HSBC Asset Management as investor in a US private placement by InterEnergy’s project subsidiaries in Chile -- the first private placement of notes for a portfolio of renewable assets under Chile’s PMGD regime; Hogan Lovells advised IDB Invest on a standby letter of credit facility guaranteed up to $155 million for Tigo Colombia; Holland & Knight advised Banco Multiva on a loan to the Mexican State of Nuevo Léon for approximately $150 million; Gunderson Dettmer represented Colombia-based B2B online learning platform UBITS in its $25 million Series B financing and Foley & Lardner represented Brazilian agro fintech Agrolend in its $14 million Series A financing.

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Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Energy, Finance, Foley & Lardner, Gunderson Dettmer, Hogan Lovells, Holland & Knight, Latham & Watkins, Mexico


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