Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Plaza Independencia in Uruguayan capital Montevideo. Shearman & Sterling advised on two Uruguay bonds that raised $2 billion. (Photo: Uruguay Government)
Roberta Cherman, Shearman & Steerling; Manuel Garciadiaz, Davis Polk; Nick Grabar, Cleary Gottlieb and Juan Francisco Méndez, Simpson Thacher. (Latinvex collage)
Cleary, Davis Polk, Shearman, Simpson advise Latin America offers.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Shearman & Sterling advised on Uruguay’s $2 billion offers; Colombian pipeline company Ocensa’s $500 million offer and Peru-based bank Interbank’s $300 million offer; Cleary Gottlieb advised Brazilian miner Vale’s $1.5 billion offer and Mexican bank Banorte’s $500 million offer; Davis Polk advised Brazilian trader XP’s $954.8 million offer; Brazilian logistics operator Rumo on its $500 million offer and Brazilian energy company Raízen’s $225 million offer and Simpson Thacher advised on the $500 million offer from Kimberly-Clark de México.
Keywords: Capital Markets Cleary Gottlieb, Colombia, Davis Polk, Mexico, Shearman & Sterling, Simpson Thacher, Uruguay