Fernando Eraña’s practice focuses on finance, M&A and technology, with an emphasis on private equity and venture capital, attending to a wide portfolio of clients that includes investment funds, fintechs, non-bank financial institutions and public and private corporations. Fernando currently serves as vice-chair to the North-American Forum at the International Bar Association. He has contributed as co-author to many publications regarding venture capital in Mexico and has lectured on venture capital and entrepreneurship in prestigious institutions such as IPADE Business School and Universidad Anáhuac.
Private Equity Executive Management Programme, Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresas. Mexico City, Mexico.
Master's in law (LLM) (Chicago, Illinois), 2003–2004. Pritzker School of Law Northwestern University.
Certificate in business (Chicago, Illinois), 2003–2004. Kellogg School of Management.
Attorney-at-law (Mexico City), 1996–2001. Universidad Panamericana.
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