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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 32 percent decline in the value of announced mergers and acquisitions last year, what is the outlook for this year? And what sectors will drive M&A growth?

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.

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

J. Mathias von Bernuth, head of Skadden’s São Paulo office

Filipe Areno, Partner, Sao Paulo office of Skadden.

Gabriel Mesa, Partner, Member of Corporate Practice GroupCovington & Burling


Gustavo Akkerman, 
Special Counsel, 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, Covington & Burling, Ecuador, Energy, Latham & Watkins, Mexico, Mercosur, M&As, Paraguay, Skadden, Ukraine

 

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