Julian Garza Castañeda is a well-recognised practitioner in the banking sector who excels at advising sponsors and intermediaries on structured finance and capital market transactions.
Julián J Garza is partner of Nader, Hayaux y Goebel, SC. His practice areas include banking, structured finance, mergers & acquisitions, capital markets, telecom and project finance.
Mr Garza has worked in some of the largest structured finance and capital markets transactions, representing both sponsors and financial intermediaries. His most recent cases include securitisation deals related to infrastructure projects, and local and cross-border issuances of securities, including FIBRAs and CKDs, representing both sponsors and financial intermediaries. Mr Garza also regularly works in financing transactions, specialised banking and financial regulatory work, debt restructurings, structuring and implementation of equity funds, including in the real estate and infrastructure markets, mergers and acquisitions of financial assets and financial intermediaries, and foreign investment and joint venture transactions in a variety of industries, including telecom.
Mr Garza is a graduate of the Panamerican University (attorney at law 1997, summa cum laude). He has a Master of Laws degree from the University of Texas (1999). He worked as foreign associate at Mayer Brown LLP (Chicago, 2002–2003). He is a professor of international financial law and financial intermediaries at Panamerican University in Mexico City. Julián has been a lecturer of Mexican business and commercial law at the University of Texas in Austin.
Mr Garza is a member of the National Association of Corporate Counsels. He has written various chapters and articles for specialised books and magazines, including the chapter “The New Mexican Banking System" in Mexican Law: A Treatise for Legal Practitioners and International Investors, volume three, published by West Group; the chapter “Mexico infrastructure and energy financing and investment” in The Euromoney Handbook 2013, published by Euromoney; the Mexico chapters for the 2017 and 2018 editions of Getting the Deal Through: Telecoms and Media and Getting the Deal Through: M&A, and Latin Lawyer bank financing questionnaire for Mexico (2017 and 2018).