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IFLR is pleased to reveal the winning deals, teams, law firms and individuals in the 2023 Americas Awards
The Latin American airline company successfully completed a highly complex cross-border debt restructuring after two years of proceedings
The Americas awards research has now begun, with winners to be announced in New York in May 2023
Unfavourable global macroeconomic conditions are exerting pressures on emerging markets with dispersed and ad hoc debt restructuring regulatory frameworks
The privatisation of the Brazilian electricity company faced a myriad of political, social and regulatory obstacles that almost upended the deal on more than one occasion
11th annual awards announces winners
Davis Polk wins firm of the year plus all the night’s winning deals, teams and individuals
The Women in Business Law Awards is excited to present its shortlist for the 2022 Americas Awards


  • Sponsored by Campos Mello Advogados
    Fabiano Gallo, Carolina Marcondes Sant’Angelo, Carla Steinberg and Breno Cintra, Campos Mello Advogados
  • Sponsored by Campos Mello Advogados
    The Brazilian oil and gas sector does not frequently use project financing and debt capital markets (DCM) to fund its activities unlike in other Brazilian capital-intensive sectors (for example, energy and toll roads) or in other oil markets (for example, onshore US). This results in reduced capital returns and creates difficulties for independent oil companies. Two recent regulations may change this situation.
  • Sponsored by Cescon Barrieu Flesch & Barreto Advogados
    In Brazil, the public enforcement of antitrust infringements is carried out by the Administrative Council for Economic Defence – CADE. Since Law 12,529/2011 was enacted in Brazil, such enforcement has increased considerably, boosted by CADE through the use of leniency and cease-and-desist agreements (known as TCCs).