Publish in Special Reports - Monday, November 3, 2014
Increased purchasing power is boosting health and education, two key areas for M&A growth. Here pedestrians at the Jiron de la Union street in Lima. (Photo: McKay Savage)
Juan Carlos Escudero at Estudio Grau, Liliana Espinosa at Estudio Echocopar and Eduardo Lopez at Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados.
Peru is expected to set a new record in mergers and acquisitions this year.
BY CATHERINE ELTON
LIMA --- Despite a slight slowing of the Peruvian economy, Peru is set to have another record breaking year for mergers and acquisitions and lawyers at prominent Lima firms expect a continued growth in this activity in 2015.
While the mining and energy sector are expected to continue to be the stars of M&A activity, lawyers expect to see many medium-ticket deals in two sectors that most reflect the changing face of Peru: health and education.
For Liliana Espinosa, partner at Estudio Echecopar, a member firm of Baker & McKenzie International, the ...
Keywords: Baker & McKenzie; education, energy, Estudio Echecopar; Estudio Grau; health, Las Bambas, mining, Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados