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The 81 MW Sol Do Futuro solar plant in the city of Aquiraz in Ceará State in Brazil is one of Atlas Renewable Energy's 14 fully contracted solar assets in Latin America. (Photo: Atlas Renewable Energy)
Tony Del Pino, Latham & Watkins; Paola Lozano, Skadden and Dan Bartfeld, Milbank. (Latinvex collage)
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Latham, Milbank, Skadden Advise GIP-Atlas Deal

Simpson advises $396 million FIBRA Prologis offer.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Latham & Watkins, Milbank and Skadden advised the purchase by US-based Global Infrastructure Partners’s acquisition of Latin America-focused Atlas Renewable Energy from UK-based Actis for an undisclosed amount; Simpson Thacher represented Mexican real estate investment trust FIBRA Prologis on its $396 million offer; Cleary Gottlieb represented the banks in a bridge credit facility extended to Mexican healthcare industry company Auna for its acquisition of Organizacion Clinica America in Monterrey; Latham & Watkins advised KLYM (formerly known as OmniLatam) on a $20 million incremental debt facility with US-based Gramercy Funds Management to expand operations in Chile and DLA Piper Perú advised the lead arranger and bookrunner in a $126 million financing granted to Compañía Minera Raura in Peru.

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Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Cleary Gottlieb, DLA Piper, Latham & Watkins, Mexico, Milbank, Peru, Simpson Thacher, Skadden, Uruguay

 

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