Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Winston & Strawn advised Chile-based, South American power company Enel Americas on its $3 billion capital increase. Here Enel workers in Goias in Brazil. (Photo: Enel Americas)
Sey-Hyo Lee and Allen Miller, Winston & Strawn; Filipe Areno and Alejandro Gonzalez Lazzeri, Skadden and Jorge Juantorena and David Lopez, Cleary Gottlieb (Latinvex collage)
Cleary, Skadden, Winston advise Bimbo, Enel, Pemex, Penoles, Usiminas.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Winston & Strawn represented Chile-based regional power company Enel Américas on a $3 billion capital increase -- the largest capital increase in Latin America in the past five years and the largest all-cash capital increase in Chilean history.
Skadden advised Brazil-based steel company Usiminas on its $750 million offer and Mexican breadmaker Grupo Bimbo on its $600 million offer.
Meanwhile, Cleary Gottlieb is advising Mexican state oil company Pemex and the Mexican Ministry of Finance in a series of landmark liability management transactions intended to strengthen the company’s financial condition. It also represented Mexican miner Industrias Peñoles on two bonds worth a combined $1.1 billion.
Keywords: Brazil, Capital Markets, Chile, Cleary Gottlieb, Energy, Mexico, Pemex, Skadden, Winston & Strawn