Areas of practice

Capital and Debt Markets

Our Capital and Debt Markets-Securities team has renowned experience advising private equity firms as well as domestic and foreign issuers and underwriters in local and cross-border securities transactions. Likewise we have substantial experience dealing with governmental authorities and self-regulated organizations, including the Mexican Stock Exchanges.

Our services in the practice area, include the following:

  • Advice to clients in the launching of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).
  • Representation of issuers and underwriters regarding Mexican, US and global offerings of securities and stock exchange listings and placements.
  • Handling equity, debt and hybrid securities offerings and the full range of domestic registered public offerings, U.S. Rule 144A offerings, U.S. Regulation S offerings and private placements.
  • Representation of private equity firms and their portfolio companies in acquisition financing, initial public offerings, exit strategies and subsequent financing.
  • Advice issuers and their boards of directors with respect to reporting and the fulfillment of other obligations foreseen under Mexican laws, corporate governance, and regulatory matters.

Our lawyers have developed expertise in:

  • Capital and Debt Markets
  • Corporate Governance
  • Derivatives & Financial Products
  • Equity & Debt Transactions
  • FIBRAs, CKDs and CERPIs
  • Leveraged Acquisitions and Financing
  • Mandatory and Voluntary Tender Offers
  • Private Equity
  • Privatizations (Take-Private Offers)
  • Public Company M&A
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Securitization & Structured Finance
Relevant matters
  • NR Finance Mexico – CrediNissan. We advise them in the fulfilment of its regulatory obligations and capital markets activity, in connection with its local short- and long-term bond (certificados bursátiles) offerings conducted in the BMV (Mexican Stock Exchange) and related issuances.
  • HIR Casa with the fulfilment of its regulatory obligations and capital markets activity, in connection with its local bond and securitization (“certificados bursátiles and certificados bursátiles fiduciaries”) programs listed in the BMV (“Mexican Stock Exchange”) and related issuances.
  • Aleatica, a leading public company in the road infrastructure industry, an indirect subsidiary of IFM Investors, an Australian fund, in connection with, among others, compliance with Mexican securities regulations, stock listing requirements, and general corporate governance matters.
  • Asociación Mexicana de Instituciones Bursátiles, A.C. – AMIB, together with the Ministry of Finance, the CNBV and the two stock exchanges authorized in Mexico (BMV and BIVA), GC advised in the implementation of a new type of public offering in Mexico to be known as “ofertas públicas simplificadas”. Such work implies major structural amendments to the securities laws and regulations in Mexico, which are being drafted, negotiated and presented to the executive branch of the Mexican Federal Government by our Firm.
  • A register US broker-dealer in connection with certain securities’s regulations and approvals to offer certain securities to Mexican residents and citizens through a platform, which also include virtual/digital asset securities.
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