Representative Matters

Capital and Debt Markets – Securities Work

  • FIBRA Prologis in the first long term green bond issuance and placement carried out in Mexico in dollars on the Mexican Stock Exchange for an amount of US$375m
  • Citigroup, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, BNP Paribas, JPMorgan Chase, and The Bank of Nova Scotia, acting as Joint Lead Arrangers and Joint Bookrunners, in a simultaneous syndicated credit facility and a Rule 144A / Reg. S bond offering to allow private equity fund Actis to successfully complete its acquisition of global power-generation company InterGen’s business interests in Mexico, including the purchase of 2,200 MWs in operation with six combined-cycle power generation projects, a 155 MW wind project with partner IEnova, a 65-kilometer natural-gas pipeline, and 3 natural gas-compression stations, for an enterprise value of US$1.256b. This is the first time that a project acquisition in Mexico of this size is executed with the use of bond proceeds. This transaction was named Best Infrastructure Financing in Mexico by Latin Finance in the Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards 2018, Latin American M&A deal of the Year 2018 by IJ Global (Euromoney) and Mexico Structured Bond Deal of the Year by GFC Media Group in the Bonds & Loans Awards 2019
  • TAG Norte Holding (as issuer and borrower) and TAG Pipelines Norte (as project developer), as well as the Sponsors (IEnova and Brookfield Infrastructure controlled companies), in the restructuring of the existing US$1.2b credit facility for the Los Ramones II Norte gas pipeline project, and the simultaneous issuance and placement of US$332m of 5.04% Senior Notes due 2039 with private investors affiliated with Allianz Global Investors, through an innovative creditor/investor coexistence scheme developed for this transaction
  • NR Finance Mexico (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti), in the third issuance of MXP$2.5 b long-term secured notes due 2022, pursuant to its Pesos $13b dual program listed in the Mexican Stock Exchange
  • Hir Casa in the second issuance of trust certificates for Pesos $1b, listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange, under its program to securitize mortgage collection rights derived from its housing financing system for a total amount of Pesos $2.5b
  • HIR Casa in the private securitization for up to $300m Pesos, the source of payment is HIR collection rights over the residual cash of HIRCB19 notes issuance listed in the Mexican Stock Exchange
  • Samsung C&T U.K. Limited in the negotiation and execution of a Mexican collateral package with respect to a credit facility for the amount of US$10m granted to the Canadian mining company Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd
  • Navistar Financial in the authorization granted by the Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV) for the use of new forms of notices for offers and placements of its short-term notes issuances to be offered pursuant to its program for up to Pesos $1.8b, as well as for the incorporation of Casa de Bolsa BASE as underwriter
  • NR Finance México (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti) in its change of legal form which involved obtaining the prior approval from the relevant holders, and the subsequent actualization of the registration before the Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV), as well as the corresponding exchange of certificates before Indeval, with respect to their offers of long term bonds listed in the Mexican Stock Exchange and identified with tickers “NRF 17” and “NRF 18” representing Pesos $3b and Pesos $2.14b, respectively
  • NR Finance Mexico (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti) in the cancellation of its registration before the National Securities’ Registry of the Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV) with respect of the long-term bonds listed in the Mexican Stock Exchange and identified with ticker “NRF 10-2”, representing Pesos $2.8b. This cancellation was performed with the submission of a certificate of no outstanding amounts obtained from the Indeval
  • NR Finance México (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti), in the authorization procedure before the Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV) for the disclosure of new forms of notices and certificates regarding the placements of short-term stock certificates for up to Pesos $5b
  • Hir Casa in the launching its program to securitize mortgage collection rights derived from its housing financing system for a total amount of Pesos $2.5b, and the first issuance of trust certificates under said program for Pesos $700m, listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange
  • SixSigma Networks México (KIO Networks) in the issuance of 7.500% senior notes due 2025 for total amount of US$300m, pursuant to Rule 144A/Reg. S
  • NR Finance Mexico (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti), financial arm of Nissan, in the first issuance of Pesos $2.14b long-term secured notes due 2021, pursuant to its Pesos $13b dual program listed in the Mexican Stock Exchange
  • NR Finance Mexico (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti) in the authorization and implementation of a new short-term and long-term notes revolving program for up to Pesos$13b
  • IFM Investors with OHL Concesiones in the launching of the US$1b Public Offer in the Mexican Stock Exchange to acquire 100% of OHL México public shares and the antitrust clearance thereof
  • Fosun Tourism Group and its subsidiary Club Med in its spin-off from Fosun International and its US$428m initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Nordex in its GBP€275m secured bond issuance
  • Grupo Proeza in the Pesos $35m subscription of the 22% of equity interest in Ainda, manager of a CKD (capital development notes) issuance trust, and in the Pesos $230m investment in a vehicle to be used as sole co-investor of such trust
  • Encompass Capital in its US$15m investment in Vista Oil & Gas, a SPAC by Riverstone Sponsor, through a private placement Rule 144A
  • Metalsa, a leader in the market of structural components for the light and commercial vehicle industry in North and South America, as issuer in its debut US$300m Rule 144A/Reg. S offering and the subsequent amendment to the terms and conditions of relevant senior notes due 2023
  • Atento in the note issuance in the amount of US$100m, added on to the US$400m, 6.125% Senior Secured Notes, issuance in 2017
  • Promotora Turística Punta Bete (Grupo Velas) in the issuances of a US$100m medium term notes program
  • SixSigma Networks México (KIO Networks), in the issuance of US$500m high yield senior notes due 2021, pursuant to Rule 144A/Reg. S
  • RBC and Credit Suisse, as initial purchasers of US$315m Senior Secured Notes, issued by AuricoGold
  • NR Finance México (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti) in the registration and maintenance of its US$1b bond issuance program in the Mexican Stock Exchange, as well as the registration and structuring of all the offerings pursuant to the program
  • Southern Copper Corporation in the issuance of US$2b of notes, consisting of US$500m of 3.875% notes, due in 2025, and US$1.5b of 5.875% notes, due in 2045
  • Ford Credit Mexico in its Pesos $8b issuance program in the Mexico Stock Exchange
  • Southern Copper Corporation, in its US$1.5b international offering of unsecured notes in the NYSE
  • Bain Capital and Atento BC Luxco in their Rule 144A/Reg. S issuance of US$300m notes due 2020
  • Public Employees’ Retirement Assoc. of Colorado, PIM Foreign Investments and Prudential Insurance in the US$650m divestiture of their controlling stake in a portfolio comprising 72 industrial parks in Mexico, through the inception of the TerraFina FIBRA in the Mexican Stock Exchange and in US markets under Reg. S
  • PEMEX in the implementation of a US$14b debt securities program and the different issuances thereunder
  • Crédito Real, in its US$200m IPO in the Mexican Stock Exchange, and distributed internationally under Rule 144A/Reg. S
  • Abengoa México, Construcciones Metálicas Mexicanas and Nicsamex, in the offering by Abengoa Finance of EUR€250m senior notes due 2018
  • NR Finance México (Nissan, Renault & Infiniti) in the authorization process before the Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV), to become an recurrent issuer of debt securities in Mexico
  • BBVA Bancomer and Facileasing in a Pesos $10b bond program, a Pesos $1b short term bond program and in a Pesos $500m issuance of long-term notes
  • Urbi Desarrollos Urbanos in its US$500m placement of senior notes in international markets, and other domestic and international debt offerings
  • Desarrolladora Homex in its US$400m Rule 144A/Reg. S bond issuance, and previous international debt offerings
  • Navistar Financial in a US$300m issuance of commercial paper
  • GICSA in the registration and maintenance of its short-term bond issuance program in the Mexican Stock Exchange
  • CIE in the Rule 144A/Reg. S issuance of US$250m in high yield senior notes
  • Trust Division of Banco JP Morgan Mexico, in various domestic and international transactions, including the first cross-border securitization of Mexican residential mortgage loans made by Hipotecaria Su Casita for US$253m
  • Citibank and Barclays Capital in the strategic joint venture by INEOS and BASF of their styrenic businesses and in the EUR€476m high-yield bond issuance and credit facility
  • Scotiabank in the structuring of index option securities programs tracked to the NASDAQ, NYSE and Mexican Stock Exchange indexes
  • Daimler Chrysler in the implementation of its domestic debt securities program and Pesos $1.5b offering
  • Grupo ProFuturo in the launching of its Pesos $2.5b debt securities program and issuances thereunder
  • Urbi Desarrollos Urbanos in its US$240m global IPO and US$280m follow-on offering
  • Desarrolladora Homex in its US$160m SEC registered IPO and US$220m follow-on offering
  • Maxcom Telecomunicaciones in their US$310m SEC registered IPO
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