French bank BNP Paribas S.A. is active in 75 countries providing banking and financial services through three business lines: retail banking, investment solutions, and corporate and investment banking. In the region, the bank has a presence through its subsidiaries in Argentina and Brazil, and representative offices in Chile, Colombia, and Mexico, where it offers corporate and investment banking, asset management, insurance, and securities services to its clients. BNP Paribas has financed infrastructure and mining projects in Latin America, such as the construction of Torex's El Limón-Guajes Mexican mine and the expansion of Freeport's Cerro Verde Peruvian mine. In Uruguay, In 2014, national oil company Ancap reached an agreement with BNP Paribas to issue US$350mn-500mn in 10-year bonds in the international market. In Brazil, the bank acted as the sole financial advisor in the non-recourse bridge financing for the expansion and operation of São Paulo-Guarulhos international airport.