New York – Paul Hastings LLP, a leading global law firm, announced today that the firm represented the Peruvian company Graña y Montero S.A.A. ("GyM"), in obtaining a US$35 million financing from CS Peru Infrastructure Holdings LLC.
The proceeds of the financing are expected to be used to increase liquidity and refinance existing debt of certain operating company subsidiaries of GyM, among other things. In recent years, Paul Hastings has advised GyM and certain of its subsidiaries on a number of bond and loan deals, including the project financing for the Lima Metro Line 1 expansion.
Partner Cathleen McLaughlin led the Paul Hastings team, which also included associates Alex Herman, Evan Baran and foreign associate Salvador Bremer.
Paul Hastings consistently advises on deals that are recognized among the top transactions in the Latin American infrastructure and energy space. Our team has deep experience working on the development and financing of some of the largest, most complex, and politically challenging projects in emerging and established markets around the world, including: ports, roads, airports, bridges, ferrous and precious metals mining transactions, oil and gas pipelines and gas storage facilities, LNG receiving terminals, all manner of power generation facilities (solar, wind, hydro, coal, pet coke, and gas-fired), and transmission and interconnection projects.
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