Amaury Boscio is an associate in the Miami office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed and a member of the Corporate department.
In 2021, LatinVex named Amaury a Latin America “Rising Legal Star” in the Banking and Finance and Project Finance categories. LatinVex’s Latin America’s Rising Legal Stars honors a selective group of 25 partners, counsel, and associates chosen based on scope and prominence of work and future potential.
Before joining Hughes Hubbard & Reed, Amaury was an associate in the New York office of a nationally recognized firm and, before that, in the Mexico City office of an international New York based law firm. He has focused on debt, project and asset finance as well as in the fields of energy, infrastructure and commodities.
Listed in the Legal 500 Private Practice Powerlist: US-Mexico (2022)
Representation of a syndicate of 7 banks in connection with a $600 million term loan pre-export finance facility for Brazilian joint venture that produces sugar, ethanol and bioenergy.
Representation of the fourth-largest electric power generation company in Colombia and the fifth largest electric power generation company in Colombia, on the issuance of its 7.875% notes due 2029 in an aggregate principal amount of US $410 million in a Rule 144A/Regulation S offering.
Representation of the sponsor of an LNG regasification terminal in Colombia with respect to the refinancing of an existing project financing with a US $103.3 million guaranteed senior facility. This LNG regasification terminal is the first of its kind in northern Colombia and has the capacity to provide 400 million standard cubic feet per day, which is enough to fuel approximately 2,000 megawatts.
Representation of the borrower in a senior syndicated unsecured credit facility entered into among the company, as parent borrower, and its Peruvian subsidiary, as co-borrower, a New York financial institution, as sole lead arranger, bookrunner and administrative agent. The borrower is a Colombian company engaged in the transportation and distribution of natural gas and electric energy. It operates a 2,900 km pipeline and nearly 24,000 km of electric power distribution lines, while also distributing liquid fuels and compressed natural gas.
Representation of a New York investment fund, as lender, in connection with a US $350 million senior secured term financing of a midstream natural gas power plant in Texas.
Representation of the owner of a thermal power plant in Colombia, as borrower, in the refinancing of its existing debt (in Colombian pesos) with a syndicate of Colombian and Panamanian banking institutions.
Representation of a banking syndicate, as lenders, in connection with a seven billion Mexican pesos New York law senior secured term loan facility for a major movie theater chain present in Mexico, Chile, Argentina and the United States.