Publish in Legal Briefs - Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Cleary Gottlieb advised Mexican state oil company Pemex on its $4 billion euro bond. (Photo: Mexico Energy Ministry)
Jorge Juantorena, Cleary Gottlieb; Antonia Stolper, Shearman & Sterling and Alejandro González Lazzeri, Skadden. (Latinvex collage)
Shearman, Skadden, Davis Polk and Paul, Weiss advise on LatAm work.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Cleary Gottlieb advised Mexican state oil company Pemex on its $4 billion euro bond - the largest euro-denominated emerging-market corporate-bond offering on record.
Meanwhile, Shearman & Sterling represented the initial purchasers in connection with the Province of Buenos Aires’ $1.5 billion issue and the joint bookrunners in connection with Peru-based Fondo MIVIVIENDA’s $150 million offer.
Skadden advised on Canacol Energy Ltd.'s recently announced credit agreement for $265 million senior secured term loan with a syndicate of banks.
Davis Polk advised the joint bookrunners in connection with the $248 million initial public offering by Hermes Pardini in Brazil.
And Paul, Weiss represented the underwriters on Fortuna Silver Mines’ $75 million offer.
Keywords: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Canacol, Cleary Gottlieb, Davis Polk, Mexico, Mining, Oil, Paul Weiss, Pemex, Shearman & Sterling, Skadden