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Andrew P. Heather
Associate
New York +1 212 841 1154 aheather@cov.com Download V-card

Andrew P. Heather is a corporate associate, practicing in the Mergers and Acquisitions and Private Equity Practice Groups. He regularly advises corporate clients and private equity funds (and their portfolio companies) on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, equity investments, divestitures and carve-outs, joint ventures, recapitalizations and other corporate matters, across a broad spectrum of industries. Mr. Heather also has experience in financing and restructuring matters.

Prior to joining Covington, Mr. Heather was associated with other leading law firms in New York City and Houston, and was Deputy Director of Business Development of Grupo Televisa (NYSE: TV), the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world.

  • Warburg Pincus in a $300 million capital commitment to Citizen Energy Holdings LLC.
  • Bonanza Creek Energy on its proposed $746 million sale to SandRidge Energy.
  • Warburg Pincus in its lead role in a $1.3 billion line of equity commitment to Venari Resources, a company focused on deepwater exploration in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • PartnerRe Ltd. in its contested merger of equals with AXIS Capital and subsequent $6.9 billion acquisition by EXOR S.p.A.
  • Emerson Electric Co. in its strategic portfolio repositioning, including the sale of its InterMetro business unit to Ali Group and its $3.15 billion acquisition of the Valves & Controls business of Pentair.
  • The Blackstone Group and its portfolio company, Fisterra Energy, in connection with the $852 million sale of the Ventika wind generation facilities, the largest wind farm in Mexico and one of the largest in Latin America, to IEnova (a unit of Sempra Energy).
  • F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. in its acquisition of Kapa Biosystems, Inc.
  • An affiliate of Goldman Sachs on its sale of Sigma Electric to Argand Partners.
  • Goldman Sachs Principal Strategic Investments in its Class B preferred equity investment in Aquilon Energy Services.
  • Shire plc in its $5.2 billion acquisition of NPS Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  • Roper Technologies, Inc. on its acquisition of RF IDeas, Inc.
  • Tailwind Capital and its portfolio company, Long’s Drugs Inc., in the acquisition of Avita Drugs Inc.
  • Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC and Barclays Capital Inc. as financial advisers to Coty Inc. in connection with its $12.5 billion Reverse Morris Trust acquisition of The Procter and Gamble Company’s beauty businesses.
  • The Blackstone Group, Apollo Global Management, Warburg Pincus, EIG Global Energy Partners, Bayside Capital and Metalmark Capital on numerous potential acquisitions, divestitures and investments.
  • Grupo Televisa in connection with its $745 million acquisition of Tenedora Ares, S.A.P.I. (Cablecom) and the strategic expansion of its Cable & Telecommunications business unit, including the integration of multiple acquired cable and telecom companies.
  • GP Investments in the restructuring of over $400 million of debt of an oil & gas portfolio company.
  • Corporacion Inmobiliaria Vesta, S.A.B. on its $216 million equity follow-on and secondary global offerings under Rule 144A/Regulation S.
  • The Republic of Guatemala in its offering of $700 million sovereign notes due 2028 under Rule 144A/Regulation S.
  • J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank as lead arrangers in a $240 million syndicated senior unsecured credit facility for Celulosa Arauco, S.A.
  • The derivative counterparties of Controladora Comercial Mexicana, S.A.B. in the company’s $3.2 billion cross-border financial restructuring implemented through a prepackaged Chapter 11.