Javeste Dulcio’s practice focuses on cross-border capital market transactions, corporate financings, corporate governance, and other corporate and securities matters. Ms. Dulcio has advised clients on registered and unregistered offerings; issuances of investment grade and high-yield indebtedness; spin-offs; mergers and acquisitions; and secured, unsecured and acquisition financings. She also counsels corporate clients, assisting with the review and preparation of SEC filings, corporate governance matters and interactions with stock exchanges and other regulatory bodies.
Ms. Dulcio’s representative experience includes advising:
- Israel Corporation Ltd. in its US$1.2 billion spin-off of Kenon Holdings Ltd. into a separate, publicly traded and dual-listed company;
- Kenon Holdings Ltd. in its US$1.2 billion sale of IC Power Ltd.’s Latin American and Caribbean businesses to I Squared Capital Advisors, LLC;
- Nufarm Limited in the US$475 million Rule 144A/Regulation S high-yield offering of notes in two tranches: US$266 million of 5.750% senior notes due 2026 by its subsidiary Nufarm Australia Limited and US$209 million of 5.750% senior notes due 2026 by its subsidiary Nufarm Americas Inc.;
- IC Power Ltd., a subsidiary of Kenon Holdings Ltd., in its proposed initial public offering of ordinary shares and listing on the New York Stock Exchange;
- Nokia Corporation in its $17 billion combination with Alcatel-Lucent;
- Mota-Engil S.G.P.S., S.A., an engineering and construction company, and its subsidiary Mota-Engil Africa N.V., in the introduction of Mota-Engil Africa to listing and trading on Euronext Amsterdam;
- Alpha Bank A.E. in its €1.2 billion Rule 144A/Regulation S offering of ordinary shares;
- Kelso & Company and an affiliate of Stone Point Capital LLC in connection with a joint acquisition of PMSI from H.I.G. Capital, LLC;
- Rite Aid Corporation in its US$920 million 9.25% senior notes 144A/Regulation S notes offering and subsequent tender and exchange offers; and amendment and restatement of its first lien credit agreement and entry into a second lien credit agreement;
- Realogy Holdings Corp, a portfolio company of Apollo Management, L.P., in its US$1.2 billion initial public offering and listing on the NYSE; conversion of US$2 billion of convertible notes; and entry into US$1.920 billion first lien term loan and US$475 million first lien revolving credit facilities;
- J.P. Morgan in its underwriting of The Carlyle Group L.P.’s US$671 million initial public offering and listing on the NASDAQ stock market;
- Credit Suisse as initial purchaser and administrative agent for Rentech Nitrogen Partners’ US$320 million 6.500% second lien senior secured 144A/Regulation S notes offering and US$35 million credit facility, respectively;
- IDQ Holdings, Inc. in its US$220 million 11.500% 14 4A/Regulation S notes offering; and
- Stillwater Mining Company in its US$345 million 1.75% convertible senior notes registered offering.