White & Case has advised Bayport Mexico (Financiera Fortaleza), a subsidiary of specialist credit provider Bayport Management Limited, on its entry into a 1.5-billion-peso ($79 million) secured loan agreement with an international lender.
Chilean law firm Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría (PPU) has acted as counsel to French transport infrastructure company Colas on its acquisition of Asfalcura, a Chilean company specialising in road construction, in addition to asphalt mix production and application.


Mexican law firm Sánchez Devanny has announced its new board of directors, as part of its periodical rotation, and the general assembly of partners has named Ricardo León Santacruz as the firm’s new partner director.
Chilean law firm Carey has counseled Cinépolis on the sale of the CineHoyts cinema complex located in La Reina, Santiago, and its later leaseback to a company controlled by a fund administered by Banchile Administradora General de Fondos.


Brazilian law firm TozziniFreire has recruited Thiago Medaglia as a new partner in its tax practice, boosting the team in anticipation of major demand following the incoming tax reform.
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Mercosur, EU agree free trade agreement

Mercosur, the common market bloc of four South American countries -- Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay -- has reached a draft agreement for a free trade deal with the European Union (EU) after almost 20 years of negotiations.
Baker McKenzie has announced the promotion of two of its most eminent Latin American lawyers to global leader of their practice group, in Chile and Colombia.
Santiago-based Moonvalley Capital engaged Chilean law firm Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría (PPU) on its $25 million investment in a real estate development in conjunction with local developer Siena Desarrollos. 



Global law firm Baker McKenzie has promoted 13 partners in Latin America, as part of a global promotion of 81 partners, bringing the firm’s total number to 1,550, and of which more than 400 are women.
Holland & Knight has advised Mexican real estate investment trust Fibra UNO on its international offering of $1 billion in senior notes.

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