Jimena Caballero has experience advising mainly international lenders in structuring and restructuring credit facilities for Mexican entities. She has also experience in approval processes before the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission as well as in regulatory matters.
Represented BNP Paribas and other financial institutions in connection with the implementation of secured credit lines to Minera Medina Luna in the amount of USD$335 million.
Represented The Bank of Nova Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and other financial institutions in connection with the implementation of secured credit lines to Capstone Mining Corp. in the amount of USD$300 million.
Represented The Bank of Nova Scotia and certain financial institutions in connection with an amended and restated credit agreement pursuant to which a senior secured revolving credit facility granted to First Majestic Silver Corp., was increased to an aggregate amount of USD$75 million.
Represented the Bank of Montreal and the lending institutions in connection with the termination of certain credit agreement and in connection with the corresponding terminations and releases to the relevant Mexican security documents granted in favor of Banamex, acting on behalf and for the benefit of each of Bank of Montreal, Wheaton Precious Metals International and Goldcorp.