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Baker McKenzie Chile

AVENIDA ANDRÉS BELLO 2457, PISO 19, PROVIDENCIA, SANTIAGO, CÓDIGO POSTAL 7510689, CHILE
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Baker McKenzie Chile, Sebastian Vivanco, Santiago, CHILE

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Sebastian Vivanco

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Chile

Banking and finance

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SebastiĂĄn Vivanco - Baker McKenzie Chile

Within: Banking and finance

Handling the full range of finance matters, the team at Baker McKenzie Chile  is experienced in acquisition and project finance, securitisation, corporate loans and refinancing, as well as the offering and structuring of sophisticated financial instruments. The practice group also provides specialised regulatory advice on e-money and financial products, negotiates master derivative agreements and regularly delivers legal opinions on financial custody matters to over 20 global custodian banks. It's client list includes Grupo Security, Barclays Bank, Mantos Copper, Mizuho Bank, Emeco Holdings and Cencosud. Recent headline work included advising Inversiones Quinchamalí (the investment company of the Paulmann family, which controls Chile's largest retail company, Cencosud) on the refinancing of $100m of existing loans granted by Itau Corpbanca; and in a cross-border deal involving Chile and the US, acting for Chile-based Banco Security, as borrower, on a corporate loan granted by Wells Fargo. Leading a nine-strong team, co-department heads Sebastian Vivanco, León Larrain and Jaime Munro are all highly regarded. Primarily M&A focused, Fernando Castro also undertakes banking and capital markets work. Jose Ignacio Berner is the associate to note.

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    For decades, the primary Turkish laws governing leases of residential and business premises have been the Law on Leasing Real Property dated May 27, 1955 (the “Lease Law”) and the Turkish Code of Obligations No. 818 dated April 22, 1926 (the “Obligations Code”). Both of these laws, however, will be repealed and replaced with the new Turkish Code of Obligations No. 6098 dated January 11, 2011 (the “New Obligations Code”), which will enter into force on July 7, 2012.
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