Corporate / M&A

PRCP represents a wide range of local and international companies, private equity firms and financial promoters, investment banks and other institutions and individuals in mergers, acquisitions and corporate transactions, across the spectrum of industries.

Considered as one of the leading mergers and acquisitions practices in the country, our lawyers have a deep knowledge of both the legislation and local practice, as well as the standards required by the legal and business community of the different international financial centers.

“They have a multidisciplinary team, which is a great advantage for any M&A consultation. They play a proactive role. It is one of the top firms and their work is top-notch.”

Chambers Latin America 2021

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