AWARDS: BEST INFRASTRUCTURE LAW FIRM: ANDES

AWARDS: BEST INFRASTRUCTURE LAW FIRM: ANDES

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Chile

GARRIGUES Chile, already a large consumer of electricity, needs to raise capital to build new transmission lines that will strengthen the country’s grid and integrate many upcoming renewable power projects. Enter Garrigues, which played a versatile, multi-function role in one of this sector’s landmark capital markets deals. When Spanish developer Elecnor’s Chilean subsidiary Celeo Redes won its third major project last year, the $90 million Nueva Diego de Almagro transmission line, it decided to refinance past project finance debt and raise new funds for the project. It executed a $379 million bond in the 144A/Reg S market and a $221 million local inflation-linked UF tranche in the local mar

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