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Development bank CAF's headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela. Latham & Watkins advised on its largest bond financing ever. (Photo: CAF)
Roderick Branch,  Latham & Watkins; Mike Fitzgerald, Paul Hastings and Jane Rogers, Ropes & Gray. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
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Latham & Watkins Advises $1.4 Bln CAF Bond

Baker McKenzie, Cleary, Hogan Lovells, Paul Hastings, Ropes & Gray, Shearman advise LatAm offers, deals.


Latham & Watkins advised Latin American development bank CAF in its global offering of $1.5 billion in three-year notes, its largest bond financing ever and the bank's first in 2023; Baker McKenzie and Ropes & Gray is advising Liberty Servicios Fijos LY, a Costa Rican unit of Liberty Latin America, on a $450 million financing package and a $400 million sustainability-linked senior secured bond; Cleary Gottlieb and Paul Hastings advised on the tender offer by Mexican integrated information and communications technology services company Axtel to purchase for cash up to $75 million aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 6.375% senior notes due 2024 and Hogan Lovells and Shearman & Sterling advised on Germany-based Razor Group's planned acquisition of Mexico-based e-commerce player Valoreo.

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Keywords: Baker McKenzie, Brazil, Capital Markets, Cleary Gottlieb, Costa Rica, Finance, Hogan Lovells, Latham & Watkins, Mexico, Paul Hastings, Ropes & Gray, Shearman & Sterling


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