Morgan & Morgan Legal advised Banistmo S.A., as facilities agent and administrative agent, in a multimillionaire financing agreement related to Line 3 of Panama´s City Metro System, one of the largest public infrastructure projects in Panama.
Panama, August 31, 2021. Morgan & Morgan Legal acted as Panamanian counsel to Banistmo S.A. in its role as agent of the three facility agreements. Additionally, Morgan & Morgan Legal acted as Panamanian counsel to Banistmo S.A., in its role as administrative agent of the Purchase Agreement of “Certificados de No Objeción”. Transactions related to
Partner Kharla Aizpurua Olmos contributed with the Panama chapter of the Terralex Cross-Border Data Protection Guide, a publication produced by members from around the globe of the Technology & Digital Business Industry Sector Team of Terralex. With the ever-changing technology and responding legislation, businesses must be prepared to handle a patchwork of data protection regulations. This guide
We are proud to announce that our partner Kharla Aizpurúa Olmos was selected as Women Leader in Panama by IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2021 edition, a supplement based on research for the IFLR1000, the guide to the world’s leading financial and corporate law firms and lawyers. The publication features 750 leading and most prominent female lawyers working in areas of
Panama, January 4, 2021. Morgan & Morgan has been recognized as a leading law firm in the 2021 edition of the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) 1000, a reference guide to the world´s leading financial and corporate law firms and lawyers. The firm´s Corporate Law team earned top rankings in Banking and Finance, Capital
Morgan & Morgan advised Itaú Corpbanca in connection with two credit facilities for an amount of up to US$83,801,622.00 and COP 367,366,730,694.00
Panama, November 30, 2019. Morgan & Morgan acted as Panamanian Counsel to Itaú Corpbanca and the other lenders, in connection with two credit agreements granted by certain lenders and Itaú Corpbanca, as administrative agent, for amongst other, the refinancing of certain existing debt of Decameron group. The first for an amount of up to US$
Morgan & Morgan advised Banistmo, S.A. in connection with the public offering of senior secured notes for an amount of up to US$400 million issued through the ENA Master Trust
Panama, November 16, 2020. Morgan & Morgan acted as counsel to Banistmo, S.A., in connection with the issuance and placement of senior secured notes due 2048 with an interest rate of 4%, for an amount up to US$400,000,000.00, issued through the ENA Master Trust, a special trust vehicle created by Empresa Nacional de Autopistas, S.A.
Morgan & Morgan advised Banistmo, S.A., in an up to US$315.6 million loan agreement for the financing of the acquisitions of CDNOs related to Line 2 of Panama´s City’s metro system.
Panama, September 29, 2020. Morgan & Morgan provided legal counsel to Banistmo, S.A., as Administrative Agent and Collection Agent, in connection with a loan agreement for an amount of up to US$315,601,312.14 between CitiGroup Global Markets, Inc. and UBS Securities LLC, as Joint Lead Arrangers and Bookrunners, various local and international banks as lenders, Banistmo, S.A.,
Panama, October 2, 2020. Once again, Morgan & Morgan receives top rankings in the recently released Chambers & Partners Latin America Guide 2021, a key reference point of Latin American top law firms. Morgan & Morgan has been recommended in several practices due to the firm´s excellent performance and prominent work in each one of
Morgan & Morgan advised Panasolar Generation, S.A. in an issuance of corporate green bonds for US$15,500,000.00.
Panama, September 29, 2020. The green bonds are certified under the Climate Bonds Certification Scheme run by the Climate Bonds Initiative, an international, investor-focused non-profit organization, and the only organization working solely on mobilizing the $100 trillion bond market for climate change solutions. The Climate Bonds Standard and Certification Scheme is a labelling scheme for
Panama, May 22, 2020. The German-Panamanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in alliance with the Swiss-Panamanian Chamber of Commerce, the Franco-Panamanian Chamber of Commerce, and the Panamanian-Dutch Chamber of Commerce, held the Webinar “Main Banking Regulation in times of COVID-19” (Rule 4-2013 and Rule 2-2020). This Webinar was presented by Kharla Aizpurua Olmos, partner at