Masisa launches a tender offer for the partial repurchase of its notes worth USD100 millionFebruary 1, 2016, by - LATIN LAWYER
The New York office of Linklaters and Chile’s Carey have helped wood products company Masisa launch a tender offer to repurchase US$100 million worth of debt from JP Morgan and Scotiabank, which called on Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in New York.
The transaction closed on 6 January. JP Morgan and Scotiabank initially purchased the debt in 2014, when Masisa issued notes worth US$300 million. Carey and Linklaters advised Masisa in that deal, while Simpson Thacher and Philippi Prietocarrizosa & Uría (Chile), then known as Philippi, Yrarrázaval, Pulido, & Brunne, represented the banks.
Counsel to Masisa
Inhouse counsel Patricio Reyes and Christian Figueroa
Partners Conrado Tenaglia and Matthew Poulter, and associates Tyler Stypinski and Guzmán Rodríguez in New York.
Partners Jaime Carey, Diego Peralta and Francisco Ugarte, and associates Jorge Ugarte, Manuel José Garcés and Raúl Morales in Santiago.
Counsel to JP Morgan and Scotiabank
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Partner Juan Francisco Méndez, senior counsel Jonathan Cantor and associate Roberto Villaseca in New York.