Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mr Flores obtained his law degree (JD) from Universidad Panamericana. Joined the firm in 2017 and prior to his tenure at the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) he was a partner at the Mexico City office of White & Case. His practice focuses on banking and finance and capital markets. Mr Flores has represented sponsors, issuers, servicers and underwriters in a wide variety of public and private securities offerings, including equity, real estate investment trusts (Fibras), CKDs, securitisations, unsecured debt, secured debt and subordinated debt. He has also represented local and international lenders and syndicate members in all types of financings, including unsecured, secured, warehouse and asset-backed financings. In 2014, he was appointed vice-president for Securities Supervision of the CNBV and was in charge of the supervision of all securities market participants.
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