In July 2020 The Internet Address Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC) allows IPv4 transfers outside the region without the need for a merger or acquisition.
LACNIC ratified this policy in June 2019. The policy implementation represents a significant technological challenge. It requires the integration of approximately 11 different systems with multiple connections between the different Regional Internet Registries (RIRs).
Those who are interested in offering or receiving IPv4 addresses from RIPE NCC, APNIC and ARIN have to meet a series of requirements, described in LACNIC's Policy Manual.
Organizations members of LACNIC will need to complete the corresponding administrative process through http://milacnic.lacnic.net. Brazilian and Mexican entities have to contact their national Internet registries.