Rosa Llamo

Associate, Miami

Biography

Overview

Rosa Llamo is an associate in the Americas Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance Group. Her practice focuses on asset finance, with a particular emphasis on aircraft financing transactions. She also has experience on project finance and other forms of structured finance in Latin America.

Bars and Courts
Florida State Bar
Education
Juris Doctor
Northwestern University
Pritzker School of Law
Bachelor of Science
Journalism
University of Florida
Bachelor of Arts
Political Science
University of Florida
Languages
English
Spanish

Experience

Among other clients and matters, Rosa's representation has included the following:

Avianca in its restructuring of the ECA-supported fleet of AviancaTaca Holding.

Carlyle Aviation Partners Limited in connection with the purchase and lease assignment and assumption of two Airbus A319-133 aircraft.

Avianca in connection with a US$100 million loan guaranteed by UK Export Finance (UKEF) to finance one B-787-8 aircraft. The UKEF loan was structured as a Japanese Operating Lease with Call Option (JOLCO).

ING Capital and Société Générale in connection with a 12-year senior loan facility to finance Ethiopian Airlines Group's first five Boeing 737-800 aircraft, guaranteed by the Aircraft Finance Insurance Consortium.

Nautilus Energy Partners LLC, a portfolio company of I Squared Capital, in connection with the refinancing of a bridge loan obtained in September 2018 by Nautilus Inkia LLC, Nautilus Distributions LLC and Nautilus Isthmus LLC to partially finance the acquisition of the capital stock (25%) of both Samay and Kallpa Generación by the Inkia Energy group.

IC Power and its subsidiary Inkia Energy in connection with the development, supply and construction of the Agua Clara wind power project in the Dominican Republic.

Chicago-based Invenergy in connection with an innovative US$68 million hybrid A Loan and B Bond refinancing of Invenergy's 50MW La Jacinta Solar Farm located in the Salto province of Uruguay. The A/B structure combines traditional A Loan bank financing with a US$64.75 million B Bond private placement under Section 4(a)(2) and Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933. DNB Markets Inc. acted as the placement agent. A private arm of the Inter-American Development Bank, IDB Invest, arranged the refinancing, provided the A Loan tranche, and purchased US$3.6 million of the B Bonds.