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Japan-based SoftBank has invested $150 million in Mexican stock platform GBM in a deal advised by Covington & Burling and Morrison & Foerster. (Photo: GBM)
Randy Bullard, Morrison & Foerster; Sergio Urias, Covington & Bulring and Juan Francisco Torres-Landa, Hogan Lovells. (Latinvex collage)
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Covington, MoFo Advise SoftBank-GBM Deal


Hogan Lovells, HSF, Willkie, Winston & Strawn advise Latin America deals.


BY LATINVEX STAFF


Covington & Burling and Morrison & Foerster advised on the $150 million investment in Mexican stock investment platform Grupo Bursátil Mexicano (GBM) by Japan-based SoftBank; Morrison & Foerster also advised SoftBank Latin America Fund in a joint venture with US-based flexible office space provider WeWork on the exclusive right to operate the WeWork brand in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico; Willkie advised Bermuda-based global financial services provider Apex Group on the acquisition and financing of Brazilian fund administrator BRL Trust; Winston & Strawn advised on US-based ACON’s purchase of Colombian pharmaceutical Vitalis; Hogan Lovells represented NX Football USA’s acquisition of a 50 percent equity interest of Necaxa soccer club in Mexico and Herbert Smith Freehills advised US-based renewable energy project developer and operator Energea on its joint venture with UK-based international renewable energy fund VH Global Sustainable Energy Opportunities to develop solar generation projects across Brazil.

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Keywords: Covington & Bulring, Herbert Smith Freehills, Hogan Lovells, Morrison & Foerster, Norton Rose Fulbright, Willkie, Winston & Strawn.

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