Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, August 26, 2020
AES plant in Colon, Panama. Shearman & Sterling advised on AES Panama’s $1.38 billion offer. (Photo: AES Panama)
Pablo Umaña, BLP Abogados; Sami Mir, Allen & Overy and Manuel A. Orillac, Shearman & Sterling. (Latinvex collage)
Allen & Overy, BLP, Hogan Lovells, Holland & Knight, Willkie Farr advise LatAm finance work.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Shearman & Sterling advised on AES Panama’s $1.38 billion offer; Holland & Knight advised on Japan-based MUFG Bank’s $163.5 million financing for a transmission line project in Colombia and Wells Fargo Bank on a $150 million senior unsecured syndicated loan for Panama-based Bladex; Allen & Overy, BLP Legal, Shearman & Sterling advised on IDB Invest’s $120 million credit facility for AES in El Salvador; BLP, Hogan Lovells and Wilson Williams advised on IDB Invest’s $96 million loan to Elcatex and San Juan Textiles companies, both subsidiaries of Grupo Elcatex in Honduras; BLP Abogados and Clifford Chance advised on a refinancing package of the total debt of the Reventazon Project in Costa Rica and BLP Abogados and Willkie Farr & Gallagher advised on US-based 3Pillar Global’s acquisition of Costa Rica-based software development firm Isthmus Software.
Keywords: Allen & Overy, BLP, Clifford Chance, Hogan Lovells, Hollan & Knight, Shearman & Sterling, Willkie Farr, Wilson Williams