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Luiza Salata is an associate in the Firm's Capital Markets group in London. She has experience representing public and private issuers and underwriters on a range of international debt and equity capital markets transactions, including Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings and SEC registered public offerings.
Prior to joining White & Case, Luiza practiced in leading U.S. law firms in New York and São Paulo.
Barclays Bank, Citigroup and J.P. Morgan as dealers on Access Bank Plc's update to its US$1 billion global medium-term note (GMTN) program. Also represented the dealers on Access Bank Plc's liability management exercise consisting of the exchange of US$112,997,000 in principal amount of the US$350,000,000 7.25% guaranteed notes due 2017 issued by Access Finance B.V. for US$116,344,000 in aggregate principal amount of 10.50% notes due 2021 issued by Access Bank Plc and the issue of an additional US$183,656,000 in aggregate principal amount of 10.50% notes due 2021 under the GMTN program.
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas as depositary in connection with implementation of American Depositary Shares facilities for multiple U.S. Offerings.
Atlas Copco AB on issue of EUR 500,000,000 0.625 per cent. Notes due 2026 under its U.S.$3,000,000,000 Euro Medium Term Note Programme registered with the UKLA.
Atlas Copco AB on the early redemption of its U.S.$800,000,000 5.60% Notes due 2017.
The Republic of Poland on the update of its EUR60,000,000,000 euro Medium Term Note Programme and subsequent issuance of EUR 750,000,000 2.375% Notes due 2036.
The Republic of Poland on the update of its U.S.$5,000,000,000 SEC shelf registration and on its US$1.75 billion SEC registered sovereign bond issue and on.
České dráhy, a.s. in connection with its issuance of EUR 400,000,000 1.875 per cent. Notes due 2023.
Intesa Sanpaolo in connection with the update of its US$25 billion Medium Term Note Program and subsequent US1.5 billion takedown.
The Republic of Namibia as issuer in its issuance of U.S.$750,000,000 5.250 per cent. Notes due 2025.