Hans Goebel is an internationally recognised leading attorney and founding partner at Nader, Hayaux & Goebel. His main areas of practice are banking and finance, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, private equity, real estate, foreign investment, and general corporate and commercial law.
Hans has a strong background in banking law and regulations, and handles a variety of financial, capital markets and corporate governance matters. He is an expert in complex structured finance deals and security issuances, as well as local and cross-border mergers & acquisitions and private equity transactions. He handles real estate finance and advises clients on financial and corporate restructurings.
Hans frequently acts as trusted adviser to boards and board committees, controlling shareholders and individual directors on critical corporate governance issues and shareholder disputes.
His comprehensive understanding of corporations and the business context in which they operate allows him to offer complementary insights and strategic counsel on critical relationships and potential disputes with other corporate stakeholders such as creditors, bondholders, regulators and government agencies.
Hans has strong international experience and regularly advises foreign investors and multinationals clients on their local cross-border operations and transactions involving the Mexican market. He has acted as director, board secretary and committee member of various financial and non-financial institutions.
Hans graduated as an attorney from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) and has lectured in financial contracts at the Universidad Iberoamericana. He also spent a year working in the Chicago office of international law firm Mayer Brown, having received his LLM (with honours) from the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago.
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