Publish in Legal Briefs - Thursday, August 5, 2021
Parque Eólico Los Cururos in Chile. Global Infrastructure Partners acquired 49% in a deal advised by Latham & Watkins. (Photo: AES Andes)
Tony Del Pino, Latham & Watkins and Cynthia Urda Kassis and Stuart K. Fleischmann, Shearman & Sterling. (Latinvex collage)
Herbert Smith Freehills, Shearman & Sterling advise Brazil, Chile work.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Latham & Watkins advised Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) on its $411 million acquisition of a stake in an AES Andes renewable energy portfolio in Chile; Latham & Watkins advised Mexico-based Tresalia Capital on the sale of its stake in Mexican ICT and data center firm KIO Networks to US-based I Squared Capital for an undisclosed amount; Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Thailand's PTTEP on its divestment from a Brazilian oilfield and Shearman & Sterling advised Chile’s four largest electricity generation companies AES Andes, Colbún, Enel and Engie Energía in a sale and related financing transaction for their U.S. dollar accounts receivable originating under Chile’s Tariff Stabilization Law.
Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Energy, Herbert Smith Freehills, Latham & Watkins, Mexico, M&As, Shearman & Sterling