Partners leave Santamarina y Steta to set up new Mexican firm

Senior partners Fernando del Castillo and Alfonso Castro have left Santamarina y Steta after more than 20 years at the firm to found del Castillo & Castro Abogados, which will focus on restructuring, disputes and finance.

Partners leave Santamarina y Steta to set up new Mexican firm Credit: Alfonso Castro & Fernando del Castillo

The new firm officially opened its doors on 3 December with offices in Mexico City and Monterrey. Del Castillo, 51, and Castro, 42, are the sole partners. It also counts 12 associates.  

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