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Gabriel Gomez Giglio

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Argentina

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

At Baker McKenzie, group head Gabriel Gómez Giglio brings to bear a strong record in both transactional and regulatory banking issues, with notable expertise in multi-jurisdictional matters. In a recent example, he paired up with Francisco Fernández Rostello to advise Wells Fargo on an $8.5m loan to Sullair. On the borrower side, the same team advised Medanito on an $80m syndicated loan. Among its recent regulatory work, the firm advised Totsa Total Oil Trading on the regulatory framework applicable to over-the-counter derivatives transactions.

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Latin America: International firms

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Baker McKenzie LLP’s extensive global platform includes a large number of banking and finance practitioners spread across its numerous Latin America offices, and who also work alongside Latin America specialists in New York and other US offices. Energy and infrastructure are key drivers of the practice which, in a case in point, recently advised Siemens Financial Services on a $115m loan to Stoneway Capital, which issued a $500m bond offering to finance a thermal power project in Buenos Aires province – the first use of project bonds in Argentina for over 25 years. One client noted that the team’s ‘opinions are specialised, complete and reveal extensive knowledge of the sector’; it also provides ‘timely responses, a good understanding of clients’ needs and good value for the money’. Gabriel Gómez Giglio chairs the Latin America banking and finance practice from Buenos Aires.

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  • The New Turkish Code of Obligations: Important Changes for Leases of Residential & Business Premises

    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 Both of these laws, however, will be repealed and replaced with the new Turkish Code of Obligations No. 6098 dated January 11, 2011 (the “New Obligations Code”), which will enter into force on July 7,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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