Carlos Mainero joined the firm’s Mexico City office in 2003, and is active in capital markets, secured financing, mergers & acquisitions (M&A), banking and securities advice, as well as general corporate matters. He has represented Mexican and non-Mexican issuers, underwriters, purchasers, sellers, investors, lenders and borrowers in securities offerings, stock and asset acquisitions, financing transactions, and joint ventures, among others. Carlos Mainero’s practice also focuses on corporate governance compliance, both for public and private companies, as well as other compliance matters with the Mexican financial authorities, such as tender offers with the purpose of delisting issuers from the Mexican Stock Exchange. He joined White & Case's New York office as a visiting associate in 2009, after obtaining an LLM degree in banking and financial law from Boston University. During his stay at the New York office, Carlos was involved primarily in capital markets transactions.
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