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Latin America M&As: The Outlook and Challenges


The outlook for mergers and acquisitions in Latin America this year.

BY JOACHIM BAMRUD

After Latin America saw a 114 percent jump in the value of announced mergers and acquisitions last year, according to Refinitiv data, what is the outlook for this year? 

Latinvex asked leading experts. Our panel:

Antonio Del Pino, Global Co-Chair of the Latin America Practice at Latham & Watkins.

Paola Lozano, Co-Chair of the Latin American Group at Skadden and head of its Spanish language corporate practice.

Maria-Leticia Ossa Daza, Chair of the Latin America Practice, Willkie Farr & Gallagher

Paul Schnell, Co-Chair of the Latin American Group at Skadden

Sergio Urias, Head of Latin America Practice, Covington & Burling


They also share their predictions on which sectors will drive Latin American M&A growth this year.

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Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, COVID-19, Covington & Burling, ESG, Latham & Watkins, Latin America, Mexico, M&As, Peru, Skadden, Willkie

 

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