Widely recognized as one of the top ten capital markets and banking and finance lawyers in Mexico, Juan Antonio Martín supports clients with securities offerings, local and cross-border financings, securitizations, bank regulatory, compliance matters, Fintech, debt restructurings/insolvencies, derivatives, state and municipal finance, private equity and M&A. His reputation is based on an extensive track record that includes a number of landmark deals, noted for their pioneering and innovative aspects.Major domestic and international issuers and underwriters rely on Juan Antonio's skill to tackle the complexities of securities transactions. He delivers insight and rigor to lenders and borrowers in local and multijurisdictional debt and equity financings, and offers the benefit of his significant experience in M&A and public tender offers. Juan Antonio has also participated in a number of complex restructurings, representing the creditors in high-profile bankruptcies of companies operating in the construction sector.Juan Antonio's knowledge and experience has attracted a client portfolio that includes a number of leading domestic and international banks. He has represented Citigroup, Banamex-Accival, Morgan Stanley, Scotiabank, Actinver, HSBC and Santander in securities offerings and/or financings. He also regularly advises major local and foreign issuers such as CFE, Aeroméxico, PineBridge Investments, Export Development Canada, VivaAerobús and Molymet. He regularly represents entities in the payment system area such as PayPal, Vida and other entities in the Fintech area such as Afluenta.Prior to joining White & Case, Juan Antonio gained valuable international experience working in the New York office of another global law firm. He also worked for a number of years at the Mexican Central Bank (Banco de México), where he was closely involved in the legal implementation of programs related to the bailout of the Mexican financial system.