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Canadian pension fund CDPQ acquired power transmission assets in Brazil, Peru and Uruguay from Italy-based Terna for $279 million. (Photo: Terna)
Ben Potter, Latham & Watkins; Bruno Soares, Allen & Overy and Dino Dima, Curtis. (Latinvex collage)
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Firms Advise South America Deals


Allen & Overy, Curtis, Davis Polk, Gunderson Dettmer, Latham & Watkins.

 

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Curtis advised on the $279 million sale of Terna’s portfolio of power transmission assets in Brazil, Peru and Uruguay to Canadian pension fund CDPQ; Latham & Watkins and Gunderson Dettmer advised on the $111 million Series B funding in Chile-based Xepelin, a provider of B2B payments and financial services for SMBs in Latin America; Davis Polk advised Hemisphere Media’s sale of Spanish language streaming platform Pantaya to TelevisaUnivision; Allen & Overy (A&O) acted as counsel to AndGreen Fund (&Green) on their new partnership with Hacienda San José (HSJ), a leading agribusiness company in genetics and sustainable meat production in Colombia; and Hunton Andrews Kurth advised the International Finance Corporation on a $10 million subscription of preferred shares of Colombian utility company Vatia.

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Keywords: Allen & Overy, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Curtis, Davis Polk, Gunderson Dettmer, Latham & Watkins, Peru, Uruguay

 

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