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The Zocalo square in Mexico City with the national palace (right). Cleary Gottlieb represented advised Mexico on its$2.9 billion bonds tied to the United Nations’ sustainable development goals (SDGs). (Photo: Mexico Govt)
Jorge Juantorena and Richard Cooper, Cleary Gottlieb and Roberta B. Cherman, Shearman & Sterling. (Latinvex collage)
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Cleary Gottlieb Advises $3.3 Bln LatAm Offers

Shearman & Sterling advises $750 million Banco do Brasil offer.


Cleary Gottlieb represented the United Mexican States (Mexico) in a registered offering of $2.9 billion global bonds; Shearman & Sterling represented Banco do Brasil’s offering of $750 million Sustainability Bonds; Simpson Thacher represented Brazilian healthcare network DASA on its $336 million offer; Cleary Gottlieb represented Mexican petrochemical  company Grupo IDESA in an $286 million exchange offer and Brazil-focused Seacrest Petroleo in its $236 million initial public offering in Norway (the only Latin American IPO so far this year) and Davis Polk advised Banco Santander Chile in connection with its Regulation S offering of $30 million aggregate principal amount of 5.837% senior fixed-rate notes due 2024.


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Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Cleary Gottlieb, Davis Polk, Mexico, Shearman & Sterling, Simpson Thacher



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