Sarah R. Moros is a corporate attorney focusing on mergers and acquisitions, dispositions and general corporate matters for a variety of domestic and international clients, with significant experience in Latin American cross-border transactions. Among others, Ms. Moros has represented:
- Carbonite, Inc., a global leader in data protection and cybersecurity, in its sale to OpenText for $1.42 billion;
- Ash Grove Cement Company, a leader and pioneer in the cement industry, in its merger with a subsidiary of CRH plc, valuing Ash Grove at $3.5 billion on an enterprise value basis;
- Walmart Inc. in its sale of an 80 percent stake of Walmart Brazil to Advent International;
- Quala Inc. in the sale to Unilever of its shampoo, conditioner, hair styling, oral care and fabric softener product lines in Latin America, including in Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico;
- Citigroup Inc. and its affiliates in various transactions, including in the:
sale of its consumer banking and credit card businesses in Guatemala to Promerica Financial Corporation;
sale of its consumer banking, credit card and insurance businesses to Terra Group in El Salvador;
sale of its consumer banking and credit card businesses to Scotiabank in Panama and Costa Rica; and
sale of its consumer banking and credit card businesses to Banco Ficohsa in Nicaragua;
The WhiteWave Foods Company, a leading consumer packaged food and beverage company, in its $12.5 billion acquisition by Danone S.A.;
MetLife, Inc. in its acquisition of a 64.3 percent stake of AFP Provida, the largest Chilean private pension fund administrator, from Spain’s BBVA, which included a simultaneous public cash tender offer by MetLife in the U.S. and Chile for all of the outstanding shares of Provida, for $2 billion; and
various public and private clients, including SDC Capital Partners, LLC, Education Affiliates (a portfolio company of JLL Partners), Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc.; Mars, Incorporated; Frontier Communications Corporation; J.G. Wentworth Company; and Endo Health Solutions, Inc., in a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions.
Ms. Moros also serves as vice chair of the board of directors of the Natural Areas Conservancy, a New York City-based nonprofit, and she has provided pro bono legal services to individuals and nonprofit organizations based in New York, including NAF (f/k/a National Academy Foundation).