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Mexico Infrastructure Partners’ (EXI) structuring of a new Fibra-E named Fibra EXI, and Fibra EXI’s CBFEs MXN$22,159 million issuance

13 August 2021 by Ritch Mueller y Nicolau

Represented Mexico Infrastructure Partners (EXI), in the structuring of a new Fibra-E named Fibra EXI, as well as Fibra EXI in the issuance of MXN$22,159 million CBFEs

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Mexico: GC advises Profuturo Afore in the issuance of the new FIBRA E called “FEXI 21

12 August 2021 by Gonzalez Calvillo

Represented Profuturo Afore, in its capacity as investor and holder, in the issuance of certificados bursátiles fiduciarios de inversión en energía e infraestructura of the new FIBRA E called “FEXI 21”, for a total amount of MXP$22,158,948,607.00.

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Mexico: GC advises Nordex SE in the amendment and restatement of Nordex SE’s EUR€1,238,750,000 ESG-linked multicurrency bank guarantee facility agreement

11 August 2021 by Gonzalez Calvillo

GCSC assisted Nordex SE and its Mexican subsidiary Nordex Energy México, S. de R.L. de C.V., in connection with the amendment and restatement of Nordex SE’s EUR€1,238,750,000 ESG-linked multicurrency bank guarantee facility agreement.

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Mexico: GC advises consortium of private placement investors in the acquisition of USD$300 million senior unsecured notes

16 July 2021 by Gonzalez Calvillo

Client name - consortium of private placement investors that purchased the notes issued by Fibra Prologis for an amount of USD$300 million.

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Mexico: Reporting obligations of Electronic Payment Fund Institutions (“IFPEs”) and Crowdfunding Institutions (“IFCs”)

30 June 2021 by Ritch Mueller

The publication of several authorizations in the Federal Official Gazette in recent months allowing various companies to be organized and operate as Electronic Payment Fund Institutions (“IFPEs”) or as Crowdfunding Institutions (“IFCs”) has accelerated the Fintech environment in Mexico.

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Mexico: Central American Bank for Economic Integration issuance of Medium-Term Floating Rate Notes

30 June 2021 by Ritch Mueller

We recently represented the Central American Bank for Economic Integration, in connection with the issuance of $5,000 million pesos Medium-Term Floating Rate Notes issued under foreign legislation.

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Mexico: Our firm is taking a step towards the future with the promotion of five of our senior lawyers

26 May 2021 by Gonzalez Calvillo

For the sustainability of any business, a future oriented and common vision is required and we at Gonzalez Calvillo are certain of it. Over the past 33 years we have relied in a close knit of partners and counsel, which has kept us together and has fostered our firm’s selective and steady growth.

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Mexico: GC advises FIBRA Prologis in its successful offering of its second Green Bond in six months in the local market, for an amount of USD$70 million

04 May 2021 by Gonzalez Calvillo

FIBRA Prologis – Successful offering of its second Green Bond in six months in the local market, for an amount of USD$70 million due in 2031.

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Mexico: GC advises FIBRA Prologis in the cancellation of Cebures’s issuances “NRF 17” and “NRF 18”

04 May 2021 by Gonzalez Calvillo

We represented NR Finance México (CrediNissan) in the cancellation of the relevant registrations before the Securities National Registry (RNV) of the offerings of Certificados Bursátiles de Largo Plazo (Cebures) identified with tickers “NRF 17” and “NRF 18”, authorized by the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV).

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Mexico: Gonzalez Calvillo counsels Metalsa, S.A. de C.V. in international offering of senior notes

04 May 2021 by Gonzalez Calvillo

Counsel to Metalsa, S.A. de C.V. (“Metalsa”) – a leader in the market of structural components for the light and commercial vehicles industry in North and South America, with presence in India, Japan and Thailand – in the international offering of senior notes due 2031 for an amount of US$300,000,000.00 (Three hundred million dollars), pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S of the U.S. Securities Act (the “Issuance”).