Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Mexican cement giant Cemex raised $1 billion in a high-yield global debt offering. Cleary Gottlieb advised the underwriters. (Photo: Cemex USA)
S. Todd Crider, Simpson Thacher; Pedro Jimenez, Paul Hastings; Duane McLaughlin, Cleary Gottlieb and Craig Sherman, Wilson Sonsini. (Latinvex collage)
Paul Hastings, Simpson Thacher advise Mexico and Argentina offers.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Cleary Gottlieb represented the initial purchasers of the $1 billion offer from Mexican cement giant Cemex; Paul Hastings represented the creditors’ committee on Mexican petrochemical company Idesa’s $300 million exchange offer; Simpson Thacher represented the underwriters on Argentine technology company Globant’s $310.5 million offer; DLA Piper represented Panama-based, Latin American regional export development bank Bladex in its $133 million debt issuance in Mexico and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati represented Brazil-based data science start-up Cortex in a Series B round of funding that raised $22 million.
Keywords: Argentina, Bladex, Brazil, Cemex, Cleary Gottlieb, DLA Piper, Mexico, Panama, Paul Hastings, Simpson Thacheer, Wilson Sonsini