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Cleary Gottlieb represented Pemex and its subsidiary P.M.I. on $8.3 billion refinancing of their existing bank debt. Here Pemex headquarters in Mexico City. (Photo: Mexican Government)
Manuel Silva and Jorge Juantorena, Cleary Gottlieb and Mike Fitzgerald, Baker McKenzie. (Latinvex collage)
Monday, December 18, 2023

Cleary Gottlieb Advises $8 Bln Pemex Refinancing

White & Case, Baker McKenzie advise Suriname, Trinidad restructuring, Axtel loan.


Cleary Gottlieb represented Mexican state oil company Pemex and its subsidiary P.M.I. Trading Designated Activity Company (PMI), in an $8.3 billion refinancing of their existing bank debt; White & Case advised the Republic of Suriname on the successful restructuring of the country’s two outstanding Eurobonds totaling $675 million and the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on the restructuring of the Atlantic LNG project located in Trinidad and Tobago and Baker McKenzie represented Mexican information and communication technology company Axtel on a $60 million unsecured credit facility with the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation.

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Keywords: Baker McKenzie, Cleary Gottlieb, Energy, Finance, Mexico, Suriname, White & Case

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