Latham, Milbank Advise $1 Bln Chile Financing

The $980 million financing will refinance Generadora Metropolitana’s existing debt and fund construction of the largest photovoltaic plant in Chile and the conversion of a diesel-fired plant to natural gas. (Photo: Generadora Metropolitana)

Jaime Ramirez, Milbank; Roderick Branch, Latham and Ricardo S. Martinez, Hogan Lovells. (Latinvex collage)


Hogan Lovells, Norton Rose Fulbright advise Brazil, Colombia financing.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Latham & Watkins and Milbank advised on the $980 million concurrent bank and bond project finance transaction for a portfolio of existing and new-build electricity generation assets in Chile by Chilean energy company Generadora Metropolitana -- the largest non-recourse transaction in Chile this year to date; Hogan Lovells advised the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) in a $300 million debt facility to Brazil-based BTG Pactual and Norton Rose Fulbright advised client MUFG Bank, Ltd. as Coordinating Lead Arranger in connection with the $68.2 million project refinancing for the dual fuel reserve power plant in Colombia owned by Termonorte in Colombia. 

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Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Energy, Finance,Hogan Lovells, Latham & Watkins, Milbank, Norton Rose Fulbright

 

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