Amaury A. Boscio

Associate, Mexico City

Biography

Overview

Amaury is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance Practice with a focus on project finance and banking in Latin America.

Before joining White & Case LLP, Amaury worked as a banking law clerk at the Inter-American Development Bank, as a project finance law clerk at a major law firm in New York and as foreign counsel at a prestigious Brazilian law firm in Rio de Janeiro.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
Education
LLM
Georgetown University Law Center
MIA
Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris
JD
University of Puerto Rico

School of Law

AB
Dartmouth College
Languages
English
Spanish
Portuguese
French

Experience

Braskem  Idesa, S.A.P.I., as owner in the development, construction and financing of the US$4.5 billion 1,050 kt/y Etileno XXI polyethylene project to be located in Veracruz, Mexico. This deal was selected as "Overall Latin American Deal of the Year" and " Latin American Petrochemicals Deal of the Year" by Project Finance, " Americas Petrochemical Deal of the Year" by Project Finance International, "Project Finance Deal of the Year" by Latin Lawyer and "Deal of the Year" by Trade Finance.

Representation of Promigas S.A. E.S.P. ("Promigas") in a senior syndicated unsecured credit facility entered into among Promigas, as parent borrower, Gases del Pacífico S.A.C., as co-borrower, JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, as sole lead arranger, bookrunner and administrative agent.

Representation of Aeroméxico, as borrower, in a senior secured term loan facility entered into with a syndicate of lenders. The loans under the facility are secured by the right of Aeroméxico to collect and receive U.S. dollar and Mexican peso payments from American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc. arising from the sale in the United States and Mexico of air transport and related services through credit cards issued by American Express.

Publications

The Effects of Electoral Mechanics: The Purview of Preferential Voting for Democratic Regeneration in Puerto Rico, University of Puerto Rico Law Journal. 85 RevJur. UPR 897 (2016)