Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Despite challenges in Mexico, real estate investment trust Fibra UNO managed to raise $1 billion, advised by Holland & Knight. Here capital Mexico City represented by the St. Regis Tower and Torre Mayor. (Photo: Felipe Alfonso Castillo Vazquez)
Nicolas Grabar, Cleary Gottlieb; Guillermo Uribe Lara, Holland & Knight; Jaime Mercado and and Grenfel Calheiros, Simpson Thacher. (Latinvex collage)
Firms advise América Móvil, Fibra UNO, CPFL, Linx, Peru offers.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Cleary Gottlieb represented América Móvil on its $1.13 billion offer; Holland & Knight advised Mexican real estate investment trust Fibra UNO in its international offering of $1 billion in senior notes; Simpson Thacher represented the Republic of Peru on bond offers; the $832 million offer from Brazilian energy company CPFL and the underwriters in an initial public offering by Brazilian software provider Linx that raised $308 million.
Keywords: Brazil, Capital Markets, Cleary Gottlieb, Energy, Holland & Knight, IPOs, Linx, Mexico, Real Estate, Simpon Thacher