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FUTURE AIRPORT The design of Mexico City's future international airport. (Photo: GACM)
KEY ADVISORS Robert Kartheiser, Paul Hastings; Chantal Kordula, Cleary and Alberto de la Parra, Jones Day. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
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Law Firms Advise on Mexico Airport Credit


Largest syndicated revolving bank facility in the history of Latin America.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Three leading US law firms --  Cleary Gottlieb, Jones Day and Paul Hastings  -- advised on the $3 billion credit facility for Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de Mexico (GACM), which is building Mexico City’s new international airport that will replace existing Benito Juarez International Airport. The project is being carried out by the Mexican Federal Government through GACM and the credit facility is the largest syndicated revolving bank facility in the history of Latin America.

“This historic financing represents a key step in financing the third-busiest airport in the world,” Paul Hastings partner Robert Kartheiser said in ...


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Keywords: Citigroup, Cleary Gottlieb, HSBC, Jones Day, JP Morgan, Mexico, Paul Hastings


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