Highlights of our experience in Corporate/M&A in Brazil
- Howden Broking Group on their acquisition of controlling stake in a Brazilian insurance broking company, including in the negotiation of a shareholders’ agreement and other joint venture arrangements and a call option agreement.
- Clyde Blowers Capital on the acquisition by the Allrig Group of the international operations of IRM Services, a multinational oilfield services company with its headquarters in Brazil.
- Korn Ferry on its US$452m multinational acquisition of The Hay Group, including coordination of all Brazilian due diligence and corporate law advice and input from Chile.
- Brazilian Oil Company in its bid to acquire a company with a portfolio of producing, development and exploration assets in the UK North Sea, including legal due diligence and advice on all aspects of the British regulatory environment.
- Docas Investimentos on the US$500m merger of telecoms companies, Intelig Telecomunicações and TIM Participações, and associated group restructuring, involving companies and limited liability partnerships in six different jurisdictions.
- An Asian National Oil Company on the proposed acquisition of a Brazilian oil and gas company, with exploration, development and production assets offshore Brazil, including coordinating all Brazilian legal due diligence.
- Tanatex Chemicals on the sale of its Brazilian subsidiary, including the drafting of a quota sale SPA and continuing arrangements for the licensing of intellectual property and manufacturing know-how.
- Dover Corporation on its multinational acquisition of Maag Pump Systems S.a.r.l. and its subsidiaries, including Automatik do Brasil; and coordinating all local legal due diligence.
- An Asian oilfield services company on its bid to acquire the Cidade de Vitoria floating oil production platform (FPSO) and associated Brazilian operation services business from Saipem.
- Numerous international companies Including CTS Eventim, Rosatom, Vector Informatik, STR Global, Lusona Consultancy Group, I-Tek and MRP International on the establishment of Brazilian subsidiaries and joint ventures.
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