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Arnold & Porter

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Latin America: International firms

Capital markets

Within: Capital markets

Arnold & Porter continues to be at the forefront of sovereign issuances for a number of Latin American states, quasi-sovereign entities and municipalities. The firm is also noted for securitisation and structured finance transactions, including diversified payment rights transactions. Longstanding clients include the Republics of Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Panama, Federative Republic of Brazil, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Empresa de Transmisión Eléctrica, Camposol Holdings and Grupo de Energía de Bogotå. The practice group advised the Republic of Panama on its $1.2bn global bonds issuance and advised the Republic of Colombia on its  2018 global bond offering and tender offer. Outside the sovereign segment, it advised Camposol on its $500m SEC registered IPO and concurrent listing on NYSE. Whitney Debevoise has a longstanding record in Latin America and has extensive connections to Latin American sovereigns such as Brazil, Panama and El Salvador. Neil Goodman is similarly well plugged-in to the region with a history of engagements from the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Costa Rica and the Republic of El Salvador. Gregory Harrington has an extensive record in Brazil and Peru, in particular, for clients such as Camposol; while Panamanian native Raul Herrera, Arturo Caraballo and counsel Carlos Pelaez  are also key members of the team.  All named individuals are based in Washington DC.

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  • The role of arbitrators in EU antitrust law

    In May 2014, it will be ten years since Regulation No 1/2003 entered into force. When the legislator of the European Union adopted this Regulation on 16 December 2002, its main objective was to decentralise the enforcement of the two main provisions of EU antitrust law, Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty establishing the European Community (now Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)). Where do the arbitrators fit in this picture?

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