Pinheiro Neto Advogados is acting as counsel to International Finance Corporation (IFC). The Brazilian government has set a minimum price of 2.8bn reais (US$830mn) for the sale of local power distributor Celg-D.
Italy's Enel and several Brazilian rivals have shown preliminary interest in buying state-controlled power distributor Centrais Elétricas de Goiás SA (Celg-D).
Following the publication of Celg-D's tender notice on 24 June, companies and consortia have until 16 August to submit bids for the company.
Counsel to the International Finance Corporation Pinheiro Neto Advogados has advised IFC with a team including João Marcelo Pacheco (Picture), Caio Ferreira Silva, Ricardo Pagliari Levy, Adriano Trindade, Roberto Lambauer, Renato Grecco, Heloísa Ferraz, José Roberto Oliva Júnior and Carolina Dantas de Melo
Involved fees earner: João Marcelo Gonçalves Pacheco - Pinheiro Neto; Caio Ferreira Silva - Pinheiro Neto; Adriano Drummond Trindade - Pinheiro Neto; Renato Grecco - Pinheiro Neto; José Roberto Oliva Junior - Pinheiro Neto; Ricardo Pagliari Levy - Pinheiro Neto; Roberto Zilsch Lambauer - Pinheiro Neto; Heloisa Figueiredo Ferraz de Andrade Vianna - Pinheiro Neto; Carolina Queiroz Pereira Dantas de Melo - Pinheiro Neto;
Law Firms: Pinheiro Neto;
Clients: International Finance Corporation;