Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Skadden advised on a $854 million credit facility to Mexican mining company Minera Frisco, controlled by Mexican multibillionaire Carlos Slim. Here the Asiento mine. (pPoto: Minera Frisco)
Alejandro Gonzalez, Skadden; Andrés Mena, Paul Hastings and Marcelo Mottesi, Milbank. (Latinvex collage)
Milbank advises Avianca debt restructuring, additional loan.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Skadden advised on two Mexican loans totaling $1.2 billion; Paul Hastings represented Argentina-based MercadoLibre, the leading Latin American e-commerce company, in a Mexican credit facility with Goldman Sachs Group; Milbank represented Colombia-based Avianca Holdings in connection with the successful renegotiation of $250 million debt, and securing an additional $125 million loan; Shearman & Sterling advised France-based energy company Engie on project financing for solar parks and wind farms in Mexico (Engie's first green loan financing for renewables projects in the world) and Holland & Knight advised on two Banco Multiva loans totaling $71.2 million to two Mexican states.
Keywords: Argentina, Colombia, Holland & Knight, Mexico, Milbank, Paul Hastings, Shearman & Sterling, Skadden