Representative Matters

Corporate Finance Work

  • IENova as borrower, in the US$100m extension of the multilateral green loan financing for the development of four solar projects in Mexico, granted by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).This is the first private sector investment by JICA in Mexico since 2012, and is one of the first financings obtained in Mexico under the COVID-19 outbreak
  • IENova, as borrower, in a 15-year US$241m financing granted by U.S. International Development Finance Corporation
  • IENova, as borrower, in the US$200m multilateral green loan financing by IFC/Nadbank for the development of 4 (four) solar projects in Mexico
  • Mexican Development Banks BANOBRAS, BANCOMEXT and NAFIN, as lenders, in the Pesos $17,750m senior loan financing granted in favor of Altan Redes for the development of the Red Compartida Project. This transaction was named Best Loan (LATAM) and Best Infrastructure Financing: Mexico by Latin Finance for the 2017 Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards, Latin America Telecoms Deal of the Year by IJ Global (Euromoney) and shortlisted for Project Finance Deal of the Year by IFLR for the 2018 Americas Awards
  • The consortium of Huawei and Nokia, as lenders, in the US$850m finance to Altan Redes through EPC agreements, infrastructure and service financing for the development of the Red Compartida Project. This transaction was named Best Loan (LATAM) and Best Infrastructure Financing: Mexico by Latin Finance for the 2017 Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards, Latin America Telecoms Deal of the Year by IJ Global (Euromoney) and shortlisted for Project Finance Deal of the Year by IFLR for the 2018 Americas Awards
  • 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
  • Nordex, as borrower, in the financing with an aggregate value of EUR€1,660m, tied to ESG criteria, granted by Commerzbank and other banks
  • Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), as lenders, in the security structuring of a Mexican law security package and negotiation of a USD$325m syndicated credit facility granted to Electricidad Firme de México Holdings, , an affiliate of Saavi Energía and subsidiary of Actis Cometa
  • 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
  • Citibank, N.A., as administrative agent, and UMB Bank, N.A., as security trustee, in the US$285 million financing in favor of APR Energy LLC, a worldwide leader in energy solutions
  • Unicredit Bank AG, in the EUR€$585 million refinancing granted in favor of Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini (an Italian publicly listed company)
  • Bancomext in the Pesos $400m financing granted to Invekra and Laboratorios Sanfer for the acquisition of a medical product brand
  • IFM Investors in the refinancing of a cross-border syndicated facility of US$25m and in the implementation of a Mexican law securities package
  • Techmer Bidco LLC and its Mexican subsidiary in the negotiation and implementation of a collateral package to guarantee a credit of US$90m
  • Grupo Médico Joya, as borrower, in the Pesos $185m financing granted by Capital Índigo for the acquisition of two hospitals located in the Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta
  • Grupo Resuelve tu Deuda, as borrower, in the multipurpose Pesos $360m financing by Alloy Merchant Partners for the refinancing of existing debt, working capital, and the acquisition of its own stock held by Crédito Real
  • Oxy Services, a Grupo DICSA company, in the structuring and implementation of a contractual arrangement for the supply and financing of petroleum refined products in Mexico by the Mexican subsidiary of Freepoint Commodities LLC
  • Grupo Crédito Maestro in the co-investment between its controlling shareholders and Crédito Real, as well as in the multi-million financing granted by the latter for the securitization of payroll loans
  • HH Global Group Limited in the adhesion of its Mexican subsidiary as guarantor and debtor of the secured notes issued to obtain the approximately GBP£52m financing from Pricoa Capital Group
  • Banco de Crédito e Inversiones (top Chilean bank), as lender, in the cross-border syndicated credit facility granted to a Mexican company to refinance its debt of US$74m. The other lenders involved were Bancomext, Banregio, Intercam, and BBVA Bancomer
  • Gravitas Capital in a three-phase US$50m monetization of assets, guaranteed with accounts receivable deriving from multiple leasing agreements and related contractual arrangements
  • Grupo México subsidiaries in the refinancing and new credit of US$147m granted by HSBC Mexico
  • Luvata Franklin LLC and Waybill USA, Inc as borrowers in a US$60m secured loan from Macquarie Bank Limited
  • Group of Investors in the US$82.5m financing for the US$125m acquisition of the equity interest of the boutique hotel The Cape, a Thompson Hotel in Cabos
  • Unicredit Bank, in the EUR€570m refinancing to Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini (an Italian publicly listed company)
  • BanCoppel, as lender, in the financial restructure of Grupo Brito through the granting of loans, including the implementation of a collateral package to secure transaction
  • Selina Hospitality in the US$10m financing received from DD3 Capital Partners for the leasing, construction and improvement of Selina hotels
  • ACON Investments and its portfolio company Citla Energy, an independent Mexican oil exploration and production company, in their US$560m co-investment commitment with International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the China-Mexico Fund (CMF), and the various drawdowns thereunder
  • Canamex International obtaining a US$52m loan from SabCapital and Banorte to fund the remodeling and expansion of a luxury hotel in Cabo San Lucas
  • Olympus Capital Asia Credit in the US$39m financing to Vivimed Labs UK Limited, including the implementation of a Mexican collateral package to secure transaction
  • BanCoppel, S.A., and Banco Actinver, S.A., in their Pesos $600m secured financing to S/K Cabo San Lucas Holdings, S.A. de C.V., a subsidiary of Grupo Desarrolla, for construction of a residential and tourism development at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
  • Alsis Funds in the Pesos $256m structured financing to Mabucapa I, an Alsis Funds SPV, for the acquisition of certain mortgaged loans portfolios from Promecap
  • HSBC Corporate Trustee (UK) Limited and a syndicate of lenders, in the EUR€295m refinancing to Stahl Holdings
  • Gentera in the convertible loan of $500m Pesos, as part of the transaction for the acquisition of 36.8% of ConCrédito
  • Alsis Funds in the Pesos $40m financing to Inmobiliaria Albaterra, an SPV of Compañía Residencial Gamitana, for the acquisition of certain real estate properties located in the State of Puebla, for the construction and development of a housing complex
  • Alsis Funds in the Pesos $44m financing to LV Desarrolladora, an SPV of 7 Urbana, for the acquisition of certain real estate properties located in the State of Mexico, for the construction and development of a housing complex
  • Financiera Maestra (subsidiary of Grupo Empresarial Maestro) in the Pesos $100m secured loan granted by Santander for granting credits to employees, pensioners or social security retirees
  • Urbi Desarrollos in its US$2.8b debt restructuring through pre-packaged insolvency proceeding and further capital injection of Pesos $887m for its restart of operations. This transaction was shortlisted Restructuring Deal for the 2017 Americas Awards by IFLR
  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance and a syndicate of lenders in the refinancing of US$970m to Ravago Holdings America, a world leader in plastic recycling
  • Barclays Bank and JP Morgan Limited (as joint lead arranger) and other financial institutions in relation with a EUR€660m and CHF 110m senior secured credit agreements
  • HSBC Bank USA, as agent, in a US$1.25b multinational financing (including the issuance of senior secured notes) to Nord Anglia Education Finance
  • Forum Tlaquepaque in the Pesos $700m financing granted by Metlife
  • KST Electric Power Company, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Samsung C&T Corporation and Techint in the US$450m financing by The Export-Import Bank of Korea, Crédit Agricole, Sumitomo-Mitsui, Scotiabank and West LB, for the construction of the largest Korean-sponsored power plant ever developed in Latin America. This transaction was named “Latin American Power Deal of the Year” by Project Finance Magazine (Thompson Reuters)
  • ING, Mizuho, CitiBank, Crédit Agricole, La CaixaBank, Sabadell, Banamex and BBVA, in their US$300m acquisition financing to Vopak and EneGas to purchase the Altamira II LNG facility
  • HSBC, Santander, BBVA, Citigroup, JP Morgan, BofA-Merrill Lynch and others in a US$1b syndicated financing facility to Mexichem
  • Deutsche Bank and other lenders, in a US$110m and UAE Dirham $165m facility to Kerzner International Holdings Limited
  • Unicredit Bank, as agent, in a EUR€245m senior financing to Fabbrica Italiana Lapis ed Affini (an Italian publicly listed company)
  • SENER in a US$252m financing for the construction of a 394MW combined cycle power generation facility for the Federal Electricity Commission
  • Abengoa México in a US$52m financing from Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid for the construction and installation of 170km of 400kV and 230kV transmission lines and two substations for the Federal Electricity Commission
  • FSJC VII, as administrative agent, and Air-O Option SM in a US$50m Loan Agreement with Bundy Refrigeration International Holding and Vari-Form International Holding
  • Wells Fargo Bank, as lender, in a US$45m credit and security agreement to AliphCom (a.k.a. Jawbone), a California corporation in the mobile technology design and retail business
  • Wafra Capital in a multimillion-dollar secured financing to Worldwide Group for acquisition of pipeline equipment
  • HSBC (UK) as agent in the implementation of a Mexican collateral package securing a EUR€295m loan granted by a syndicate of lenders to Stahl
  • Deutsche Bank as agent and a syndicate of lenders in the US$1.4b financing to Warburg Pincus and General Atlantic, for the acquisition of a 50% stake in the worldwide asset management business of Banco Santander, S.A.
  • Cartesian Capital Group, in its Pesos $675m Convertible Loan to Comercializadora Circulo K, to purchase 100% of the 900+ Tiendas Extra from Grupo Modelo, to add to Circle K’s 200+ mini-market stores in México
  • Bain Capital in their Pesos $1.1b senior facility agreement with BBVA Bancomer and Santander for the acquisition of the Atento Group from Telefonica
  • Credit Suisse in the Pesos $350m secured financing to Finmart (CrediAmigo), for the origination of payroll loans to employees in México
  • Public Employees’ Retirement Association of Colorado and Prudential Insurance Company of America in the US$1b refinancing of loans secured by 72 industrial parks in Mexico
  • Credit Suisse, as agent, and a syndicate of lenders, in the financing of US$575m to Kersner Group, a leading international developer and operator of destination resorts, casinos and luxury hotels, including the Palm in Dubai, UAE, and the Palmilla One and Only in Los Cabos, Mexico
  • JP Morgan and CitiBank in securing two global credit facilities for US$1.8b, granted in favor of Arysta Lifescience Corporation
  • Standard Chartered Bank and a syndicate of lenders in securing a EUR€150m facility granted to Amtek Global Technologies, for the acquisition of Tekfor Neumayer
  • Grupo Proeza, the holding company of Metalsa, in the implementation of two working capital financings for US$100m with Bancomext
  • Bank of America and LBC Credit Partners, as agents, and a syndicate of lenders, in the US$127.5m financing to A&E Global
  • Grupo Empresarial Maestro in a cross-border secured credit facility of Pesos $350m with UBS, for the origination of loan assets with Mexican government employees
  • ICICI Bank and a syndicate of European and Asian banks in the EUR€370m financing to Motherson Sumi Systems to fund its acquisition of a majority stake in Germany’s Peguform Group
  • Commerzbank and a syndicate of European, US and Asian banks in the US$350 and EUR€75m financing facilities to AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group
  • Bangkok Bank in a US$350m financing to Indorama, for the acquisition of a polymers and resin business
  • Grupo Empresarial Maestro in a secured credit facility of Pesos $650m with Navix, for the origination of loan assets with Mexican government employees
  • Navistar in a US$90m secured credit facility with Citibank and Banamex backed by the US EX-IM Bank
  • BBVA and a syndicate of banks in a US$300m credit facility to Volkswagen Financial Services
  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance and other institutions in a US$500m syndicated credit agreement and collateral take-up to Ravago Holdings America
  • Grupo Empresarial Maestro in a secured credit facility of Pesos $300m with PROMECAP
  • Stucki Investments Holdings as borrower, in a US$140m financing from Security Benefit Corporation
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