Emma Cano

Associate, New York

Overview

Education and qualifications

Published works

Overview

Emma is an associate in the Finance Group of Linklaters’ New York office. Her practice focuses on a variety of international capital markets and banking transactions, particularly in Latin America. She regularly represents underwriters and issuers, including sovereigns, in SEC-registered initial public offerings, follow-on offerings, and other debt as well as exempt equity and debt offerings.
 
Work highlights

Emma has recently advised clients on number of international transactions, including:

  • Oppenheimer & Co as lead manager and bookrunner, on the initial public offering of Corporación América Airports S.A., the largest private airport operator in the world based on the number of airports under management and the tenth largest based on passenger traffic, on the New York Stock Exchange;
  • the global coordinators and joint bookrunners on the offering of US$1 billion 6.000% senior notes due 2029 issued by Suzano to finance the acquisition of Fibria
  • Genneia S.A. on its offering of US$150 million 8.750% senior notes due 2022
  • Lead manager and bookrunner on the US$250 million series LIII 6.950% Senior Notes due 2027 and US$750 million series LIV 7.000% Senior Notes due 2047 issued by YPF
  • global corporations and financial institutions in connection with a variety of Regulation S and 144A transactions and liability management operations
  • a global corporation on a US$20 million renewable credit facility to purchase receivables
  • sponsors of a US$13 million credit facility to an international borrower

Emma’s pro bono practice focuses on immigration and asylum as well as non-profit incorporation

 

Education and qualifications

Emma studied political science and philosophy at Brigham Young University and holds a Juris Doctor from the J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University where she graduated cum laude.

Published works

Saving the Internet: Why Regulating Broadband Providers Can Keep the Internet Open, BYU Law Review