José Humberto’s main areas of practice include banking law (transactional and regulatory), debt and corporate restructurings, insolvency and corporate governance, structured finance, fintech and other technology companies, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, supply chain transactions and factoring, start-ups and capital markets.
He has strong experience advising in finance law, leading financial transactions to advise domestic credit institutions and other foreign, international and multilateral financial organisations. In addition, he has advised lenders in the financing of structured projects, secured by different kinds of collateral such as real estate mortgages, security trusts, ship mortgages, pledges and other corporate guarantees. He is constantly advising fintech and other technology companies both in their regulatory and transactional legal needs.
He graduated as attorney at law from Universidad Anahuac in 2009 and has a master’s in corporate law (summa cum laude) and a postgraduate degree in corporate law, both from Universidad Anahuac.
In 2014, he completed his LLM at the University of Chicago Law School, and accomplished his international experience working as a foreign associate at Proskauer Rose, LLP for one year in 2014–2015.
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