Guillermo Lopez Mirau is an associate in the Corporate and Latin America practices of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's New York office. His practice focuses on securities, sovereign issuers, mergers and acquisitions, cross-border investments, and private equity. Mr. Lopez Mirau has represented sovereign entities, private and public companies, and investment firms throughout a variety of locations and sectors. He is fluent in Spanish and has a working knowledge of French and Portuguese.
- Boston College Law School, LL.M. (concentration: securities, corporate, private equity), 2020
- College of Europe, Bruges, M.A. (mention bien; concentration: Latin America/EU trade and investment), 2008
- Catholic University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Law (magna cum laude), 2006
- Advised the Republic of Peru in its first sustainability bond issuance for $4 billion. The issuance was made in three series (2034/2051/2072) and Peru will invest the proceeds in green projects, such as renewable energy, low carbon transport infrastructure, and sustainable agricultures, as well as social projects, including affordable housing, education, and health services. This transaction was Peru’s first ever issuance of sustainable bonds.
- Advised certain U.S/U.K companies in liability management and M&A transactions in the U.S/U.K. and the Middle East.
- Advised a U.K./U.S. company in the acquisition of an Asian competitor in the retail sector.
- Advised a U.S. operating company as seller to a U.S. Investment Fund in the life sciences sector.
- Advised certain private equity funds in multiple U.S., Latin American, and European real estate investments through a variety of equity instruments.
- Advised a U.S. agribusiness and fertilizer global trading company in liability management and M&A transactions in Panama, Paraguay, and Argentina.
- Advised a public state-owned Asian company and other Asian credit institutions in the multimillion development and financing of urban mass transportation and mining projects in Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Argentina.