Mexico: Capital Markets 2017
Nine leading practitioners are identified in this chapter for their excellent work representing and advising issuers, underwriters, investment banks, funds, REITs and other market participants on all aspects of domestic and international capital markets transactions.
|Most Highly Regarded|
|Carlos Aiza||Creel García-Cuéllar Aiza y Enríquez, Mexico City|
|Rafael Robles Miaja||Bufete Miaja Abogados, Mexico City|
Galicia Abogados leads the research with four nominations. Founding partner Manuel Galicia is highly rated for his “distinguished” practice. He delivers “considered and intuitive” advice to large companies and financial institutions on a range of capital markets matters, including securities issuances, exchange of debt and loans. Arturo Perdomo possesses great experience advising both borrowers and lenders on loans and capital and debt issuances. Maurice Berkman wins praise for his “first-rate practice” that encompasses a broad range of capital markets and securitisations issues, while Alejandro de la Borbolla is well versed in advising issuers on debt offerings, derivative transactions and IPOs.
At Ritch Mueller Heather y Nicolau, Luis Nicolau is well regarded in the market for his established practice advising issuers and underwriters in both domestic and international debt and equity offerings. Carlos Obregón Rojo and senior partner Thomas Heather are also recognised.
Creel García-Cuéllar Aiza y Enríquez achieves two listings, including Carlos Aiza who, according to peers, is “absolutely brilliant”. He runs a “top-tier” practice that focuses on both debt and equity offerings. He is joined by Jean Michel Enríquez Dahlhaus, “a remarkable practitioner” who “defends his clients’ interests during hard negotiations.”
Bufete Robles Miaja is also recognised as one of the top capital markets outfits with lead practitioner Rafael Robles Miaja spearheading a first-class team. Peers note he is present on a number of the biggest debt and equity placements in the market.