Santiago is partner at Nader, Hayaux & Goebel. He’s practice focuses on the structuring and financing of infrastructure and energy projects, government procurement, public-private partnerships, corporate matters related to such projects, including joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, as well as reorganisations and workouts in infrastructure, energy and aviation sectors.
He has experience in various sectors, including water, transportation, toll roads, renewable and conventional energy, social and cultural infrastructure, where he has advised financial institutions, governmental entities, national and multinational companies and private equity funds in project structuring, bidding, acquisition, financing and negotiation and disputes under material agreements, including PPAs, offtake, EPC and O&M contracts.
Santiago is also a member of the firm’s aviation practice group; he has mainly represented banks and institutional lessors in the leasing and secured financing of private and commercial aircraft, including SLB, JOLCO transactions and PDP financings, and has represented creditors in the restructuring of airlines, including the largest ad hoc group of bondholders in the Aeromexico Chapter 11.
He worked as a visiting attorney at the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP (2013–2014), where he mainly participated in M&A transactions, and in the structuring, financing and acquisition of energy and infrastructure projects.
Recognised as a Rising Star and Next Generation Partner in Projects and Infrastructure by The Legal 500, by Best Lawyers in aviation law and as an associate-to-watch by Chambers and Partners.
Santiago graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana, attorney-at-law (2009) and received his LLM from Harvard Law School (2013).
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