Morgan & Morgan Legal advised Generadora de Gatun, S.A., and AES Panama in connection with the financing of a new natural gas-fired power plant.
Panama, March 23, 2022. Morgan & Morgan Legal acted as Panamanian counsel to Generadora de Gatun, S.A., as borrower, and AES Panama, in the senior and mezzanine financing for the development, design, engineer, procurement, construction, commissioning, testing, start-up, operation, and maintenance of an approximately 670-megawatt combined-cycle natural gas-fired power plant, together with all interconnections and certain
Panama, March 10, 2022. We are thrilled to announce that our law firm advised on two of the shortlisted transactions for the Latin Lawyer 16th Deal of the Year Awards, to take place in São Paulo on 5 May 2022. Restructuring Deal: Avianca emerges from the Chapter 11 process. Our law firm acted as Panamanian counsel
Morgan & Morgan achieved the highest number of practices and lawyers ranked in The Legal 500 Latin America.
Panama, October 26, 2021. Morgan & Morgan has been recognized by The Legal 500 as the Panamanian law firm with most practice areas and lawyers ranked in the 2022 edition of the directory, a key reference point of regional top law firms. The publication has assigned the firm ten practice areas rankings, 7 of these
Morgan & Morgan Legal advised Seven Seas Water and a group of its subsidiaries, in a US$205 million financing, which would be used to refinance a US$163 million credit facility obtained by the company.
Panama, September 21, 2021. Morgan & Morgan Legal represented Seven Seas Water (“Seven Seas”) and a group of its subsidiaries, in a US$205,000,000.00 financing with Deutsche Bank AG and Investec Bank, PLC, as lenders, which would be used to refinance a credit facility obtained by Seven Seas in June 2020, for US$163,000,000.00. Seven Seas is
Panama, September 3, 2021. Morgan & Morgan has achieved the highest number of rankings for Panama in Chambers Latin America Guide 2022, the key reference point of Latin American top law firms. The directory has assigned the firm twenty rankings in seven practice areas, the highest number for a Panamanian law firm. This year, the
Panama, January 4, 2021. Morgan & Morgan has been recognized as a leading law firm in the 2021 edition of the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) 1000, a reference guide to the world´s leading financial and corporate law firms and lawyers. The firm´s Corporate Law team earned top rankings in Banking and Finance, Capital
Morgan & Morgan advised Electron Investment, S.A. in the public offering of corporate bonds for a sum of up to US$ 205 million
Panama, July 15, 2020. Morgan & Morgan represented Panamanian company Electron Investment, S.A. (the “Issuer”) in the public offering of corporate bonds for a sum of up to US$ 205,000,000 (the “Bonds”) in relation to Pando and Monte Lirio, two hydropower generating facilities that it owns and operates. For purposes of the public offering, Electron
Morgan & Morgan Legal advised Seven Seas Water Corporation in connection with a US$163 million finance.
Panama, June 26, 2020. Morgan & Morgan Legal represented Seven Seas Water Corporation (“Seven Seas”) in a US$163,000,000.00 financing with Deutsche Bank AG and Comvest Credit Partners, as lenders, and subsequent acquisition, through affiliate AquaVenture Capital Limited, Sembcorp Investments Limited, which wholly owns Aguas de Panamá, S.A. (“APSA”). Seven Seas is a portfolio of desalination
Morgan & Morgan advised IDB Invest, a worldwide financial institution with presence in Latin America and the Caribbean region, in connection with a loan facility granted to Global Bank Corporation for an amount of up to US$60,000,000.00 (with an option for further supplements). Up to 70% of the proceeds of the loan will be used
Morgan & Morgan represented Electron Investment, S.A. in an arbitration process filed by Constructora Seli Panamá, S.A. before the International Chamber of Commerce
Morgan & Morgan was part of the team of lawyers that represented Electron Investment, S.A. (“EISA”), in an arbitration process filed by Constructora Seli Panamá, S.A. (“SELI”), before the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”). The request for arbitration was filed by SELI following certain disputes related to the contract for the construction of the tunnels