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CAF’s headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela. Latham & Watkins advised its 1.5 billion euro (US$1.6 billion) bond. (Photo: CAF)
Roderick Branch, Latham & Watkins; Grenfel S. Calheiros, Simpson Thacher and Maurice Blanco, Davis Polk. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, March 13, 2024

Latham & Watkins, Simpson Thacher Advise $3.1 Bln Offers

Clifford Chance, Davis Polk advised Argentina, Chile offers.


Latham & Watkins advised the Latin American development bank CAF on a 1.5 billion euro (US$1.6 billion) bond; Simpson Thacher represented Brazilian energy company Raizen on two offers totaling a combined $1.5 billion and Mexican real estate investment trust FIBRA Prologis’ $571 million follow-on; Davis Polk advised the $500 million offer from Chilean pulp and paper producer CMPC and Clifford Chance advised Argentine infrastructure manager and developer CLISA in its consent solicitation directed to holders of its outstanding Step-Up Senior Secured Notes due 2027.

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Keywords: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Clifford Chance, Davis Polk, Latham & Watkins, Mexico, Simpson Thacher

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