Alta QIL+4 ABOGADOS

Legal Services | Guatemala
tel: +502 2327 4646 | fax: +502 2327 4613
Diagonal 6, 10-01 Zona 10 | Guatemala | 01010 | Guatemala

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Guatemala, Guatemala

Overview

We are a Central American multidisciplinary firm offering exceptional client experiences based on a deep understanding of your business and a commitment to a unified client service experience, regardless of where you are.

Our purpose is to accelerate the success of our clients.

Alta is the result of years of friendship, joint regional work and reciprocal collaboration between four undisputed leaders in the region: QIL+4 Abogados in Guatemala, Batalla in Costa Rica, Valdés, Suárez & Velasco in El Salvador, and Melara & Asociados in Honduras.

With Alta, we've achieved a perfect combination of high quality, local recognition and our extensive track record in the Central American business sector to bring you regional business solutions by local legal experts.

With over 200 professionals in thirteen practice groups, Alta Batalla is proud to be considered one of Central America's highest-quality law firm and the first choice for the most challenging legal matters.

Our goal is to be the firm of choice for our client's most challenging legal matters, most significant company transactions and most critical disputes. For over a decade, we have had a reputation for combining the highest quality technical expertise with commercial pragmatism. We are identified for our strength and depth necessary to provide high quality advice to the leading and most ambitious companies and organizations.

Year this Office was Established: 1999
Lawyers Worldwide: 72
Languages: English, French, Spanish

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Articles

The Quetzal will Soar its Flight: The public + The private: the winning alliance By Ignacio Grazioso

Ten years ago, the PPP Law was approved, the regulatory framework that seeks to make the Public Private Partnerships (“PPPs”) viable as a solution to the country's infrastructure deficit. For reasons beyond legal and economic facts, Guatemala has not yet seen its first PPP project born. However, the planets seem to be aligning to propitiate the possible detonation of investment in infrastructure and we see reasons for optimism on the horizon...

Disability and Remote Work

Teleworking is a work tool that opens a world of possibilities for the reinsertion of sectors of the population that have not had free access to work opportunities. It is a feasible option to provide job opportunities to people for whom moving outside their homes is a limitation; limitations that could occur not only to people with family responsibilities – child and elderly care – or students, but also to people with disabilities. Thanks to technology, today a worker can perform one or more jobs, for one or more employers and from anywhere in the world, regardless their location. The world is more interconnected than ever...

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Press

Alta QIL+4 participates in Central America Bottling Corporation issuing of sustainable bond

The Central America Bottling Corporation, CBC Bottling Holdco, S.L. and Beliv Holdco, S.L. have made a Senior Sustainability Notes issuance in the international capital markets for an amount of US$1,100,000,000.00 with a 5.250% interest payable in 2029 and guaranteed by companies of the food and beverages conglomerate based in Guatemala. Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and J.P. Morgan Securities LLC acted as structuring agents of the issuance registered in Luxemburg and governed by New York law...

ALTA QIL+4 Abogados acted as local counsel in the sovereign bond issuance in Guatemala for US$ 1 billion.

ALTA QIL+4 Abogados, with the participation of partner José Quiñones and associate Santiago Granados, acted as local counsel representing the Republic of Guatemala as issuer on the US$1 billion. The transaction closed on 14 October, 2021. It consisted of two stages, the first stage the Republic of Guatemala issued bonds for US$500 million with a coupon of 3.7%, due in 2033. That issuance was followed by a second worth US$500 million, with a coupon of 4.65% and due in 2041. This successful transaction sends a positive message to foreign investment in the country...

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