DLA Piper represents Fibra UNO for share offering
DLA Piper has represented Fibra UNO, Mexico’s first publicly traded REIT, in its third global public offering before the Mexican Stock Exchange and in the international markets, valued at approximately US$1.7bn.
Under the terms of the deal, Fibra UNO offered 600 million CBFIs (shares), including an overallotment option.
The deal marks the first time in Mexico that a company performed a hot deal option for the base public offer amount.
Members of the DLA Piper team also represented Fibra UNO on several other transactions, including its IPO that raised US$300m in 2011, a US$700m follow-on in April 2012, and a US$850m private placement for a real estate acquisition in September 2012, among others.
The Mexico City-based team representing Fibra UNO in this latest transaction was led by DLA Piper’s Guillermo Uribe and also included Adrián Gay, Jorge Gonzalez, Cecilia Zaldivar, Mirna Ordaz and Santiago Soldevilla.
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