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Aenza (formerly Grana y Montero) built the Jorge Chávez Lima International Airport. (Photo: Peru's Transport and Communications Ministry).
Bryan Ives, Alston & Bird; George Karafotias, Shearman and Sterling and Francisco Nuñez, Milbank. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, August 18, 2021
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Milbank, Shearman Advise Colombia, Peru Deals


Alston & Bird, Hogan Lovells advise Brazil, Mexico work.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Shearman & Sterling represented Brazilian private equity firm IG4 Capital on its $49 million offer to buy 12.29 percent of Aenza (formerly Grana y Montero); Milbank advised the owners of Colombia-based software company S4N in connection with the sale of the company to US-based EPAM Systems for an undisclosed amount;  Alston & Bird advised US-based private investment firm Grain Management on its acquisition of Brazilian internet service provider Conexão Group for an undisclosed amount and Hogan Lovells advised US-based automotive aftermarket manufacturer Cardone Industries on a voluntary action plan with the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) related to a USMCA labor issue.

 

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Keywords: Alston & Bird, Brazil, Colombia, Hogan Lovells, Mexico, Milbank, M&As, Peru, Shearman & Sterling, Technology, USMCA

 

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