Yves Hayaux-du-Tilly specialises in corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, and banking and finance and is widely recognised as one of Latin America’s leading insurance and reinsurance experts.
Yves advises multinational clients and foreign investors in financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and other operations in Mexico and Latin America and is actively working with institutional investors and financial institutions in all range of ESG and sustainability-related projects.
Yves has a particularly strong background in the insurance and financial sector and regularly handles high-end transactions for leading insurance sector clients. He heads NHG’s pioneering London office, advising insurance companies, law firms and other leading international corporations and multinationals in their transactions and business involving Mexico and Latin America.
Yves is a dedicated lawyer who, besides taking the time for each of his clients and matters, can generate the time to actively participate in different associations. He was the founder of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain and served as its chairman from 2010 to 2020 when he was appointed honorary chairman.
Other professional organisations in which Yves is an active member include the: Mexican Association of Insurance and Bonding Law (AMEDESEF), Presidential Council of the International Association of Insurance Law (AIDA), Mexican Association of Corporate Counsels (ANADE), Section of International Law of the American Bar Association (ABA), Union Social de Empresarios Mexicanos (USEM), Commercial Bar Association in England (COMBAR) and Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales (COMEXI).
Yves attended the programme on the United States Legal System at Georgetown University and the Future Leaders Programme of the French government at the ESSEC business school in Paris. He qualified as an attorney at the Universidad Panamericana.
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