Michell Nader S

Michell Nader S
Office:
Torre Arcos, Paseo de los Tamarindos No. 400-B
7th Floor, Colonia Bosques de las Lomas
05120
City:
Mexico City
Country:
Mexico
Tel:
+52 55 41 70 30 07
Fax:
+52 55 21 67 30 99

Biographies:

Who's Who Legal Banking: Finance

Mr Nader’s main areas of practice include banking, acquisition and project finance, corporate and debt restructurings, insolvency, and mergers and acquisitions. Michell is a name partner of NHG and he specialises in complex and innovative banking finance transactions. He is also an expert in workouts and has been extensively involved in the development of the Mexican, Fibras, Fibras E and PPPs. Michell has spearheaded groundbreaking financial structures in the real estate sector, including the largest real estate financing ever in Mexico and the creation of the first Mexican land bank.

He also advised the US Department of the Treasury in the US$20 billion emergency financial package provided to the Mexican government in 1995. He has represented export, development and commercial banks in multiple structured and project finance matters including the US Export Import bank, Credit Agricole, General Electric, Capital Corporation, IDB, Bank of America, BNP Paribas and Citibank in areas such as fixed-line and mobile telephony, energy, real estate, and infrastructure. He has also represented a number of bank creditor groups in contested and negotiated workouts including AHMSA, Grupo Minero Mexico, Sicartsa, Comercial Mexicana, Gruma, GICSA, Grupo Collado, Vitro and many others.

He has also represented investors in M&A transactions in a variety of industries such as the acquisition of Aseguradora Hidalgo by MetLife for US$1 billion, the acquisition of Unefon (a mobile telecoms service provider) by Iusacell, the acquisitions of some of the largest Mexican real estate portfolios by GE Real Estate and the sale of 50 per cent of Iusacell by Grupo Salinas to ATT for US$2.4 billion.  He has led a number of novel securities offerings in Mexico including a number of investment funds (CKDs), real estate investment trusts (FIBRAs), and a recent registration of a Fibra E (Mexican MLP). 

WWL says: Michell Nader Schekaiban is "definitely one of the key players in the market" say sources. He commands over 30 years of expertise handling banking and finance matters for both borrowers and lenders in Mexico. 

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Banking which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Mexico - Capital Markets

Michell’s main areas of work are structured and acquisition finance, M&A, banking, capital markets, real estate and workouts. Michell has been involved in a wide variety of matters in the finance and M&A sectors. His background includes many of the largest and most complex transactions ever done in Mexico and the development of products and structures for clients which have had significant impacts in the banking, real estate, capital markets and M&A industries, including the creation of the money transfer system for remittances from the US to Mexico in 1996.

He has also represented investors in M&A transactions in a variety of industries such as the acquisition of Aseguradora Hidalgo by MetLife for US$1 billion, the acquisition of Unefon (a mobile telecoms service provider) by Iusacell, the US$4 billion sale of the real estate portfolios of GE Real Estate to Blackstone, and the sale of Iusacell by Grupo Salinas to ATT for US$2.4 billion.

Michell has also participated in multiple finance transactions including intangibles, real estate, telecommunication networks, infrastructure and power plants. He has worked on some of the largest debt restructurings in Mexico including AHMSA, GEO, URBI, Comerci, Iusacell and Grupo Mexico. He has worked on a number of leveraged acquisitions representing lenders or purchasers of listed companies in Mexico in the textile, steel and telecommunications industries and has advised clients in multiple acquisitions and divestitures of banks, pension funds, insurance, telephony and real estate companies.

He has been very active in capital markets deals representing sponsors of FIBRAs, CKDs and issuers of bonds in Mexican and global offerings. He has led a number of novel securities offerings in Mexico including a number of investment funds (CKDs), real estate investment trusts (FIBRAs), and a recent registration of a FIBRA E (Mexican MLP). He advised the Mexican government in creating the structure for the PPP model for Mexican infrastructure projects and has worked extensively with local governments in the development of their legal and regulatory frameworks for PPPs.

He has lectured in corporate law, commercial law and comparative law at the Ibero-American University. He received his LLM in comparative law from Georgetown University, having graduated as an attorney (summa cum laude) from Ibero-American University. Michell regularly writes articles on his areas of expertise and contributes to specialised publications. Recent examples include the Mexico country overview for the last five editions of Chambers and Partners Latin America, and the Latin Lawyer questionnaire on bank financing in Mexico for the past four years.

WWL says: Peers identify Michell Nader S as "unquestionably a key player" in the market. He has considerable expertise across a broad range of acquisition and product finance matters and transactions.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Mexico which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Mexico - Construction & Real Estate

Michell’s main areas of work are structured and acquisition finance, M&A, banking, capital markets, real estate and workouts. Michell has been involved in a wide variety of matters in the finance and M&A sectors. His background includes many of the largest and most complex transactions ever done in Mexico and the development of products and structures for clients which have had significant impacts in the banking, real estate, capital markets and M&A industries, including the creation of the money transfer system for remittances from the US to Mexico in 1996.

He has also represented investors in M&A transactions in a variety of industries such as the acquisition of Aseguradora Hidalgo by MetLife for US$1 billion, the acquisition of Unefon (a mobile telecoms service provider) by Iusacell, the US$4 billion sale of the real estate portfolios of GE Real Estate to Blackstone, and the sale of Iusacell by Grupo Salinas to ATT for US$2.4 billion.

Michell has also participated in multiple finance transactions including intangibles, real estate, telecommunication networks, infrastructure and power plants. He has worked on some of the largest debt restructurings in Mexico including AHMSA, GEO, URBI, Comerci, Iusacell and Grupo Mexico. He has worked on a number of leveraged acquisitions representing lenders or purchasers of listed companies in Mexico in the textile, steel and telecommunications industries and has advised clients in multiple acquisitions and divestitures of banks, pension funds, insurance, telephony and real estate companies.

He has been very active in capital markets deals representing sponsors of FIBRAs, CKDs and issuers of bonds in Mexican and global offerings. He has led a number of novel securities offerings in Mexico including a number of investment funds (CKDs), real estate investment trusts (FIBRAs), and a recent registration of a FIBRA E (Mexican MLP). He advised the Mexican government in creating the structure for the PPP model for Mexican infrastructure projects and has worked extensively with local governments in the development of their legal and regulatory frameworks for PPPs.

He has lectured in corporate law, commercial law and comparative law at the Ibero-American University. He received his LLM in comparative law from Georgetown University, having graduated as an attorney (summa cum laude) from Ibero-American University. Michell regularly writes articles on his areas of expertise and contributes to specialised publications. Recent examples include the Mexico country overview for the last five editions of Chambers and Partners Latin America, and the Latin Lawyer questionnaire on bank financing in Mexico for the past four years.

WWL says: Michell Nader S is “a very well-respected attorney” who stands out in the market for his expert handling of sophisticated transactions across the real estate sector.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Mexico which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Mexico - M&A and Governance

Michell’s main areas of work are structured and acquisition finance, M&A, banking, capital markets, real estate and workouts. Michell has been involved in a wide variety of matters in the finance and M&A sectors. His background includes many of the largest and most complex transactions ever done in Mexico and the development of products and structures for clients which have had significant impacts in the banking, real estate, capital markets and M&A industries, including the creation of the money transfer system for remittances from the US to Mexico in 1996.

He has also represented investors in M&A transactions in a variety of industries such as the acquisition of Aseguradora Hidalgo by MetLife for US$1 billion, the acquisition of Unefon (a mobile telecoms service provider) by Iusacell, the US$4 billion sale of the real estate portfolios of GE Real Estate to Blackstone, and the sale of Iusacell by Grupo Salinas to ATT for US$2.4 billion.

Michell has also participated in multiple finance transactions including intangibles, real estate, telecommunication networks, infrastructure and power plants. He has worked on some of the largest debt restructurings in Mexico including AHMSA, GEO, URBI, Comerci, Iusacell and Grupo Mexico. He has worked on a number of leveraged acquisitions representing lenders or purchasers of listed companies in Mexico in the textile, steel and telecommunications industries and has advised clients in multiple acquisitions and divestitures of banks, pension funds, insurance, telephony and real estate companies.

He has been very active in capital markets deals representing sponsors of FIBRAs, CKDs and issuers of bonds in Mexican and global offerings. He has led a number of novel securities offerings in Mexico including a number of investment funds (CKDs), real estate investment trusts (FIBRAs), and a recent registration of a FIBRA E (Mexican MLP). He advised the Mexican government in creating the structure for the PPP model for Mexican infrastructure projects and has worked extensively with local governments in the development of their legal and regulatory frameworks for PPPs.

He has lectured in corporate law, commercial law and comparative law at the Ibero-American University. He received his LLM in comparative law from Georgetown University, having graduated as an attorney (summa cum laude) from Ibero-American University. Michell regularly writes articles on his areas of expertise and contributes to specialised publications. Recent examples include the Mexico country overview for the last five editions of Chambers and Partners Latin America, and the Latin Lawyer questionnaire on bank financing in Mexico for the past four years.

WWL says: Michell Nader S is a distinguished M&A lawyer with a superb reputation for his expertise in sophisticated transactions spanning a range of industries.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Mexico which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Project Finance

Michell has been involved in a wide variety of matters in the finance and M&A sectors. His background includes many of the largest and most complex transactions ever done in Mexico and the development of products and structures for clients that have had significant impacts in the banking, real estate, capital markets and M&A industries, including the creation of the money transfer system for remittances from the US to Mexico in 1996. Michell’s main areas of work are structured and acquisition finance, M&A, banking, capital markets, real estate and workouts. Michell has participated in multiple finance transactions including intangibles, real estate, telecommunication networks, infrastructure and power plants. He has worked on some of the largest debt restructurings in Mexico including AHMSA, GEO, URBI, Comerci, Iusacell and Grupo Mexico. He has worked on a number of leveraged acquisitions representing lenders or purchasers of listed companies in Mexico in the textile, steel and telecommunications industries, and has advised clients in multiple acquisitions and divestitures of banks, pension funds, insurance, telephony and real estate companies. He has been very active in capital markets deals representing sponsors of Fibras, CKDs and issuers of bonds in Mexican and global offerings. He advised the Mexican government in creating the structure for the PPP model for Mexican infrastructure projects and has worked extensively with local governments in the development of their legal and regulatory frameworks for PPPs.

Michell regularly writes articles on his areas of expertise and contributes to specialised publications. He received his LLM in comparative law from Georgetown University; and graduated as an attorney (summa cum laude) from the Ibero-American University, where he has since lectured in corporate law, commercial law and comparative law.

WWL says: Michell Nader is a highly regarded Mexican project finance lawyer who receives international endorsements for his work and possesses deep expertise in banking and transactional matters.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Project Finance which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Mexico - Project Finance

Michell’s main areas of work are structured and acquisition finance, M&A, banking, capital markets, real estate and workouts. Michell has been involved in a wide variety of matters in the finance and M&A sectors. His background includes many of the largest and most complex transactions ever done in Mexico and the development of products and structures for clients which have had significant impacts in the banking, real estate, capital markets and M&A industries, including the creation of the money transfer system for remittances from the US to Mexico in 1996.

He has also represented investors in M&A transactions in a variety of industries such as the acquisition of Aseguradora Hidalgo by MetLife for US$1 billion, the acquisition of Unefon (a mobile telecoms service provider) by Iusacell, the US$4 billion sale of the real estate portfolios of GE Real Estate to Blackstone, and the sale of Iusacell by Grupo Salinas to ATT for US$2.4 billion.

Michell has also participated in multiple finance transactions including intangibles, real estate, telecommunication networks, infrastructure and power plants. He has worked on some of the largest debt restructurings in Mexico including AHMSA, GEO, URBI, Comerci, Iusacell and Grupo Mexico. He has worked on a number of leveraged acquisitions representing lenders or purchasers of listed companies in Mexico in the textile, steel and telecommunications industries and has advised clients in multiple acquisitions and divestitures of banks, pension funds, insurance, telephony and real estate companies.

He has been very active in capital markets deals representing sponsors of FIBRAs, CKDs and issuers of bonds in Mexican and global offerings. He has led a number of novel securities offerings in Mexico including a number of investment funds (CKDs), real estate investment trusts (FIBRAs), and a recent registration of a FIBRA E (Mexican MLP). He advised the Mexican government in creating the structure for the PPP model for Mexican infrastructure projects and has worked extensively with local governments in the development of their legal and regulatory frameworks for PPPs.

He has lectured in corporate law, commercial law and comparative law at the Ibero-American University. He received his LLM in comparative law from Georgetown University, having graduated as an attorney (summa cum laude) from Ibero-American University. Michell regularly writes articles on his areas of expertise and contributes to specialised publications. Recent examples include the Mexico country overview for the last five editions of Chambers and Partners Latin America, and the Latin Lawyer questionnaire on bank financing in Mexico for the past four years.

WWL says: Michell Nader S runs an enviable practice that sees him advise on PPP regulation and finance transactions in the telecommunications and energy sectors.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Mexico which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Real Estate

Michell’s main areas of work are structured and acquisition finance, M&A, banking, capital markets, real estate and workouts. Michell is a name partner of NHG and he specialises in complex and innovative banking finance transactions. He is also an expert in workouts and has been extensively involved in the development of the Mexican, Fibras, Fibras E and PPPs. Michell has spearheaded groundbreaking financial structures in the real estate sector, including the largest real estate financing ever in Mexico and the creation of the first Mexican land bank.

He also advised the US Department of the Treasury in the US$20 billion emergency financial package provided to the Mexican government in 1995. He has represented export, development and commercial banks in multiple structured and project finance matters including the US Export Import bank, Credit Agricole, General Electric, Capital Corporation, IDB, Bank of America, BNP Paribas and Citibank in areas such as fixed-line and mobile telephony, energy, real estate, and infrastructure. He has also represented a number of bank creditor groups in contested and negotiated workouts including AHMSA, Grupo Minero Mexico, Sicartsa, Comercial Mexicana, Gruma, GICSA, Grupo Collado, Vitro and many others.

He has also represented investors in M&A transactions in a variety of industries such as the acquisition of Aseguradora Hidalgo by MetLife for US$1 billion, the acquisition of Unefon (a mobile telecoms service provider) by Iusacell, the acquisitions of some of the largest Mexican real estate portfolios by GE Real Estate and the sale of 50 per cent of Iusacell by Grupo Salinas to ATT for US$2.4 billion. He has led a number of novel securities offerings in Mexico including a number of investment funds (CKDs), real estate investment trusts (FIBRAs), and a recent registration of a Fibra E (Mexican MLP). 

WWL says: Michell Nader S is a financing expert, with wide-ranging experience representing lenders, investors and institutional clients in high-value and high-profile deals.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Real Estate which can be purchased from our Shop.

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