Natixis and ABN AMRO instructed Peruvian law firm Miranda & Amado in a $400 million syndicated borrowing granted to Trafigura Peru.
Proceedings from the loan, which can be increased by $300 million, will be used by the company for general working capital and to finance its operations.
Trafigura is the world’s third largest private oil and metals trader. In Peru, the company operates six mines through Catalina Huanca.
Partner Nydia Guevara Villavicencio led the Miranda & Amado advising the lenders.