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Chilean firm Carey has helped one of its regular clients, state-run copper mining company Codelco, refinance a US$250 million loan.
By Latin Lawyer
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer's Chilean subsidiary has agreed behavioural remedies as part of a settlement with Chile's National Economic Prosecutor...
By Latin Lawyer
Allende & Brea in Buenos Aires, Carey in Santiago, Brigard & Urrutia Abogados in Bogotá, Patton, Moreno & Asvat in Panama City...
By Latin Lawyer
Jaime Carey's appointment as chair of the IBA LPD is thought to be the highest-ranking position held by a Chilean lawyer at the association.
By Latin Lawyer
The second stage of the reorganisation of Enel's Latin American assets has been concluded, which sees Chilectra Américas and Endesa Américas merge into Enersis Américas.
By Latin Lawyer
Allende & Brea is coordinating the US$240 million deal for Fairfax from Buenos Aires. Dentons is representing the Canadian company on the European portion of the transaction.
By Latin Lawyer
Chadbourne & Parke LLP in New York and Carey in Santiago have helped Chilean power company Enersis issue US$600 million worth of notes.
By Felipe Moro, Juan Pablo Loyola, Pablo Bucchi, Gabriel Acuña
The "Law to Boost Productivity", was published in the Official Gazette, introducing various modifications to different laws and regulations in order to enhance the country's productivity...
By Diego Peralta, Diego Lasagna
Law No 20,590 (the "Law"), that authorizes the issuance and operation of pre-funded payment methods or any other similar system (the "Prepaid Cards")...
By Latin Lawyer
El trabajo pro bono es una práctica esencial en los estudios jurídicos, es por ello que Fundación Pro Bono trabaja permanentemente en profesionalizar, promover y difundir esta práctica.
By Diego Peralta
Law No 20.590 (the "Law"), that authorizes the issuance and operation of pre-funded payment methods or any other similar system (the "Prepaid Cards"), by non-banking entities, when these systems involve that the issuer or the operator regularly engages in monetary obligations with the general public or to specific sectors or groups thereof, was published and came in force on October 29, 2016.
By Felipe Moro, Juan Pablo Loyola, Diego Lasagna
On March 13, 2014, Banco International filed a collection lawsuit (demanda ejecutiva) against Agrícola Santa Fe Limitada, for the non-payment of a loan in dollars, payable in said currency and documented in a promissory note.
By Felipe Moro, Gabriel Acuña
This article briefly describes some of the issues Chilean banks and financial supervisory authorities are facing with regard to the implementation of new capital requirements set forth by Basel III.
By Carey (Chile)
Chilean firm Carey has promoted three lawyers to counsel positions, two of them women, in its corporate and M&A, IP and technology, and environmental practices.
By Carey (Chile)
Carey has helped the International Finance Corporation grant a US$30 million loan to Chilean financial institution Banco Consorcio. The loan closed on 31 August.
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