Market: Mexico

White & Case makes five local partners in Mexico

White & Case SC has promoted five lawyers to local partner in Mexico City, strengthening its M&A, capital markets, project finance and litigation practices.

25 November 2022

Greenberg helps Afghan women’s sports team get asylum in Mexico

Greenberg Traurig SC has provided pro bono legal advice to the players of Afghanistan’s women's national flag football team, as well as their families and coach, helping them obtain political asylum in Mexico.

23 November 2022

Several firms help Mexico’s KIO up stake in local SaaS company

Mexico’s largest data centre operator KIO Networks has enlisted Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez SC to increase its share in local software-as-a-service (SaaS) company MasNegocio, becoming the target's sole owner.

22 November 2022

Renewables sector set for further growth in Latin America

The renewables sector in Latin America is poised to keep growing beyond the parameters of the past couple of years, indicated speakers at Latin Lawyer Live: Regional Project Finance conference earlier this month.

21 November 2022

Mexico’s Saavi buys power plant from Blackstone-backed Fisterra

Two Milbank offices and Galicia Abogados in Mexico City have helped energy company Saavi acquire a power plant in Jalisco from Mexican counterpart Fisterra Energy.

21 November 2022

Tortilla maker Gruma wraps up US$746 million bond programme

Ritch Mueller y Nicolau, SC has helped Mexican tortilla maker Gruma set up a bond programme worth 14.5 billion pesos (US$746 million) and issue the company's first debt under the framework.

21 November 2022

Akin Gump and Mijares pump out two Mexican oil deals

Two offices of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP and Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes SC in Mexico City have helped Hokchi, the local subsidiary of Pan American Energy, sign two deals related to an offshore Mexican oil field.

18 November 2022

Creel Abogados partner joins White & Case in Mexico

White & Case SC has strengthened its tax offering by hiring a partner from Mexican firm Creel Abogados.

17 November 2022

Latin America’s labour landscape makes a sharp left

As Latin American politics increasingly veer to the left, rumours swirl around how this symbolic shift could trigger landmark labour changes such as increased unionisation, employment reforms and heightened worker activism in the region as a fresh set of leaders call for social change.

17 November 2022

Mexico’s Fibra Prologis raises US$410 million with offering

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in London and New York and Mexican firm Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez SC have helped real estate investment trust Fibra Prologis raise 8 billion pesos (US$410 million) through an offering of real estate securities.

17 November 2022

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