Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Cleary Gottlieb advised Vale on its $2.5 billion sale of its fertilizer business to Mosaic, including the Bayóvar mine in Peru pictured above. (Photo: Vale)
Jeffrey Lewis and Chantal Kordula, Cleary Gottlieb; Roberta Bassegio, Paul Hastings and Emil Arca, Hogan Lovells. (Latinvex collage)
Cleary also advises Vitro, while Hogan Lovells advises El Salvador bank.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Cleary Gottlieb advised Brazilian mining giant Vale on its $2.5 billion sale of its fertilizer business to Mosaic, while Paul Hastings advised Brazilian port operator Prumo Logistica on its $350 million non-recourse financing with OPIC. Meanwhile, Cleary also advised Mexican glass producer Vitro on its $310 million purchase of Pittsburgh Glass Works, while Hogan Lovells advised Banco Cuscatlán in El Salvador in creating and sponsoring a new diversified payment rights securitization program.
Keywords: Banking, Brazil, Cleary Gottlieb, El Salvador, Hogan Lovells, Mexico, Mining, Paul Hastings, Vale, Vitro