• Banco Santander in the assignment of several non-performing loan portfolios with a total face value of more than R$10 billion
  • Spanish financing company Compañía Española de Financiación del Desarrollo (COFIDES) on entering into a €6 million financing agreement with ULMA Brasil Fôrmas e Escoramentos, Brazilian subsidiary of Spanish ULMA Construcción, one of the world's major manufacturers of formwork and scaffolding systems
  • US investment fund Meserole on a US$11.4 million project financing and development of a Brazilian company's ore extraction activities in the state of Mato Grosso, in Brazil
  • Banco do Brasil S,A., acting through its Grand Cayman Branch, in connection with the execution of a USD 500 million term facility from China Development Bank. The loan represents the first financing between the two entities, demonstrating the evolving commercial relationship between Brazil and China
  • Export-Import Bank of China in a US$270 million credit facility to State Grid Brazil Holding, Brazilian subsidiary of Chinese energy company State Grid
  • Rabobank International Paris in a €40 million credit facility to Tereos Internacional, Brazilian subsidiary of the Tereos Group, dedicated to sugarcane and cereal processing activities
  • Banco do Brasil S.A. with the issuance of Senior Unsecured Social Bonds, the first transaction of this nature performed by a Brazilian financial institution
  • Coremas Holding S.A. and Coremas Holding II S.A., both subsidiaries of Grupo Rio Alto, with the drafting, negotiation, and execution of the necessary documents for the companies’ second issuance of debentures in the Brazilian local market to finance solar power plants projects in the Northeast region of Brazil
  • Banco Votorantim S.A. in the issuance of USD500,000,000 4.375% Senior Notes due 2025, issued under the USD5,000,000,000 Global Medium-Term Note Program
  • Banco BTG Pactual S.A., an investment bank and asset and wealth manager with a dominant franchise in Brazil and with a shareholder’s equity of approximately BRL 20 billion, acting through its Cayman Islands Branch, in the issuance of USD600,000,000 7.750% Subordinated Notes due 2029 in the international market