Jara, Nadia

Nadia Jara

Associate

njara@carey.cl
+56 2 2928 2216

Her practice is focused on banking law, lending transactions and project financing.

REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE

  • Codelco, state-owned mine and the world’s largest copper producer, on the issuance of bonds in the international market for USD1,300 million under Rule 144A/Reg S, and on two concurrent bonds tender offers for up to USD1,907 million using the proceeds of the debt offering.
  • Acciona Energía Chile on a credit line for up to USD27 million to finance the VAT of its project Parque Eólico San Gabriel, granted by Banco Santander.
  • Transelec, through its affiliate Transelec Concesiones, on Transelec's first project finance transaction which consisted on a financing of up to USD375 million for the construction, operation and maintenance of four transmission lines and their related facilities (including substations) awarded to Transelec as part of the expansion of Chile's trunk energy transmission system. The financing was provided by Export Development Canada, KfW Ipex-Bank GmbH and MUFG Bank, and the latter acted as Administrative Agent.
  • Inter-American Development Bank, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, International Finance Corporation, Itaú Corpbanca and its New York branch, Banco de Crédito e Inversiones, Banco del Estado de Chile, DNB Bank ASA and KfW-IPEX Bank GmbH, as part of the senior lender group, on the second financial restructuring of the 531MW Alto Maipo hydroelectric project in Chile, which involved the renegotiation and amendment of the terms and conditions of the current financing of the project, estimated at more than USD3 billion.
  • Pattern Energy on the sale of its projects portfolio in Chile to Arroyo Energy, including the 115 MW El Arrayán wind farm and the 104 MWac Conejo solar photovoltaic plant. We also assisted Pattern Energy on the exercise of their rights and obligations with Antofagasta Minerals under the shareholders agreement for El Arrayán wind farm.
  • Acciona Energía Chile on a credit line for up to USD27 million to finance the VAT of its project Parque Eólico San Gabriel, granted by Banco Santander.

RELATED AREAS


Education

  • Law, Universidad de Chile.

Admissions

  • Chile (2018).

Languages

  • Spanish.
  • English.


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