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Julio Peralta is an associate in the Corporate Department of the Madrid office, of which he was a founding member in 2013.
Julio's corporate practice includes extensive experience in cross-border transactions, representing Spanish and international clients. He focuses primarily on equity and debt capital markets, corporate finance, public and private M&A, private equity and venture capital investments. He also advises financial institutions on divestiture transactions.
Julio received an LLM and an APCLB from New York University in 2010, attending as a Caja Madrid Scholar. While at NYU School of Law, he served as a Graduate Editor of the NYU Journal of Law and Business.
He earned his JD (Licenciatura en Derecho), BSBA in Finance (Licenciatura en Administración y Dirección de Empresas), as well as a BSc in Economics (Licenciatura en Economía) from the Universidad de Salamanca. Julio was also a research assistant at the Universidad de Salamanca School of Law from 2005 to 2006 as an Education Ministry Scholar.
Wren House, the infrastructure investment arm of the Kuwait Investment Authority on its acquisition of a 25% stake in GNF's global power generation portfolio, GPG.
Klepierre, SA in connection with the acquisition of 100% of Plenilunio (one of the main shopping centers in Madrid) from an entity 100% indirectly owned by the Orion European Real Estate Fund III C.V., a real estate fund sponsored by Orion Capital Managers.
Faurecia in connection with the sale of its automotive exterior business to Compagnie Plastic Omnium with a value in the amount of €665 million.
Representation of Banco Santander (México), S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple, Grupo Financiero Santander México, HSBC Mexico, S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple, Grupo Financiero HSBC, and The Bank of Nova Scotia, as lead banks, in connection with a US$326.5 million senior secured acquisition financing for Grupo Industrial Saltillo, S.A.B. de C.V. ("GIS") as borrower. GIS is a Mexican publicly-traded company that designs, manufactures and markets various products for industrial and consumer sectors, including auto parts, flooring, water heaters and kitchenware. The financing consisted of a US$276.5 million term loan facility and a US$50 million revolving credit facility. The proceeds of the term loan facility were used by GIS to finance its acquisition of the Infun Group, a Spanish manufacturer and distributor of automotive components, to pay certain related costs and to repay existing indebtedness.
Invenergy Wind LLC and several of its subsidiaries in connection with the acquisition of, and project documents and financing for, the 70 MW Campo Palomas Wind Farm in the Salto Department of Uruguay. Invenergy purchased the project, which will require an investment of approximately US$180 million, from an Uruguayan subsidiary of Abengoa. The project financing is being provided by the Inter-American Investment Corporation, the Inter-American Development Bank and DNB Group. Value: US$ 161 million.
European rolling stock operating lessor Alpha Trains on the establishment of an investment grade €1.25bn common terms financing platform and the issuance of €350m 10 year bonds (expected maturity date) listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, the raising of secured bank financing (€525m) and a senior (€250m) and junior (€125m) private placement offering, enabling Alpha Trains to refinance existing debt.
Kiko S.p.A., a leading Italian cosmetics, make-up and skin care products brand owned by Percassi Group, on a private placement of €100 million, 6.50 percent senior secured notes due December 2020, to qualified investors outside the United States. The notes were listed on the Irish Stock Exchange.
The sponsor (Banca IMI) in the de-merger and listing of World Duty Free (the travel retail operator of the Autogrill group) on the Milan Stock Exchange.
J.P. Morgan, Crédit Agricole, HSBC and Nomura, acting as initial purchasers, on an offering by Elior Finance & Co. S.C.A., of €350 million 6.50% senior secured notes due 2020.