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Clifford Chance

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Alejandro Camacho

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Alejandro E. Camacho has extensive experience in the area of cross-border capital markets transactions, particularly transactions involving issuers from emerging market countries. He has acted as counsel in connection with public and private international offerings of various types of securities including debt, equity and convertible securities of both public and private issuers. Alejandro has also been involved in several privatizations in Latin America. He has also acted as counsel in a variety of other international and domestic transactions including joint ventures, commercial lending, mergers and acquisitions and venture capital transactions.


Cornell University Law School (JD); Hobart College (BA, Honor Society)

United States: Finance

Capital markets: global offerings

Within: Capital markets: global offerings

Clifford Chance’s comprehensive international network, which takes in 33 offices across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, translates into a steady stream of global deals. The New York-headquartered group has a diverse focus, but is particularly well known for its expertise in debt transactions and REIT matters. On the issuer side, Alejandro Camacho and Per Chilstrom assisted Peruvian state-owned petroleum company, Petróleos del Perú, with its first-ever international bond offering, which raised nearly $2bn. Among its work for underwriters, Jonathan Zonis acted alongside the London office to advise Citigroup Global Markets as lead manager and global coordinator on several bond offerings by the Republic of Ecuador, totaling $3.7bn. Kathleen Werner and US corporate finance chair Jay Bernstein are the other key contacts.

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Capital markets: high-yield debt offerings

Within: Capital markets: high-yield debt offerings

Clifford Chance’s focus on specialty finance and cross-border matters translates into a steady stream of high-yield debt matters - mainly from issuers. Gary Brooks is a key contact in the New York-based practice and recently advised LATAM Airlines Group on its $140m offering of pass-through certificates. Indeed, the team has particular expertise in Latin America and senior counsel Alejandro Camacho, together with Per Chilstrom, assisted Petróleos del Perú with its first-ever international bond offering, worth $2bn. Jonathan Zonis is another senior name in a group that has also recently undertaken work for Citigroup Global Markets, Provident Funding Associates and Quotient.

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