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Fiber infrastructure and transmission service company Ufinet operates across 17 countries and more than 2,000 cities in Latin America. Freshfields advised on its $1.135 billion term loan. (Photo: Ufinet)
Tony Del Pino, Latham & Watkins;  Juan M. Naveira, Simpson Thacher and Alberto de la Parra, Jones Day. (Latinvex collage)
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Firms Advise on Latin America Financing

Davis Polk, Freshfields, Jones Day, Latham, Norton Rose advise $1.8 billion in loans.


Freshfields advised Ufinet International and its financial sponsor Cinven on a $1.135 billion term loan B; Latham & Watkins and Simpson Thacher advised on a $100 million dollar debt facility from U.S.-based firm Gramercy Funds Management for Omni Latam; Jones Day advised a syndicate of banks on a $300 million credit for Mexican real estate investment trust Fibra UNO; Davis Polk has served as lead counsel to Mexican flag carrier Aeroméxico in connection with its chapter 11 proceedings in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York and Norton Rose Fulbright advised Brazilian transport and logistics company Simpar and certain of its subsidiaries in its recent $250 million ESG-related financing with the IDB Invest.

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Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Davis Polk, Finance, Freshfields, Jones Day, Latham & Watkins, Mexico, Norton Rose Fulbright


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