Mariajose Chavez ZamoravCard
Mariajosé Chávez is an associate based in the Mexico City office. She focuses her practice on general corporate law, power, natural gas and energy regulation; including corporate transactions, due diligence, mergers and acquisitions, infrastructure projects, public tenders and joint venture deals.
LL.B, Universidad Panamericana, 2017
- Mexico Bar
- Assisted a lender syndicate in connection with a debt facility to finance two solar projects (150 and 140 MW, respectively) awarded in Mexico's second long-term clean energy auction, being developed in the State of Aguascalientes, Mexico.
- Assisted Enel Green Power in the potential sale and project financing of a portfolio of 8 renewable power projects in Mexico.
- Assisted a local construction company in its participation in public bids called by IMSS and ISSSTE for P3 contracts for the development, operation and maintenance of regional hospitals in the states of Yucatan, Chiapas and Nayarit.
Assisted American Soccer Company, Inc., dba SCORE Sports, in its sale to investment firm Brand Velocity Group.
Assisted Jupiter Power LLC on the closing of a US$177.8 million portfolio debt financing for six stand-alone battery storage projects with 650 MWh capacity in Texas.
Assisted ED&F Man Holdings Limited in restructuring commodities and asset-based debt involving Societé Générale, HSBC UK Bank plc, BNP Paribas (Suisse) S.A., ING Bank N.V., Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A. and others as lenders.
Assisted Société Générale, as transferee, on the repeated transfer of rights to receive interests by Anheuser-Busch Netherlands Holding II, as transferor, under certain loan agreement entered with Cervecería Modelo de México, S. de R.L. de C.V., (formerly known as Anheuser-Busch Mexico Holding, S. de R.L. de C.V.).
Assisted Société Générale, as lender in connection with the facility granted to two Mexican subsidiaries of Alpek. Alpek is North America's leading integrated polyester producer, and Mexico's only manufacturer of polypropylene.
Assisted Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, the syndicate of banks which comprises, amongst others Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, BayernLB and Helaba, in the EUR$150,000,000 restructuring finance of Allgaier Group.
Assisted National Bank of Canada, as administrative agent, in connection with a US$370,875,000 syndicated credit agreement entered into with Eddyfi NDT. Eddyfi provides the highest performance Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) inspection technologies in the world, helping OEMs and service companies enhance productivity, save lives, and protect the environment.
Assisted National Bank of Canada in its capacity as administrative agent with respect to a C$70,000,000 syndicated restructuring finance of PPD Group.