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Carlos Aiza is a Partner with Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. in Mexico City, where he heads the Banking and Finance and Capital Markets practice groups and is a Member of the executive committee. Mr. Aiza has worked on the most innovative capital markets, finance and asset securitization transactions in Mexican history, including the first-ever telecom tower FIBRA E, the first and second-ever Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) IPOs, the first, second...
Rodrigo Castelazo is a partner in the Mexico City office. His practice focuses on Banking and Finance, Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Capital Markets and Private Equity. Mr. Castelazo regularly advises a wide array of clients in complex capital markets and structured finance transactions, as well as in restructuring processes in Mexico. In recent years, Mr. Castelazo has worked on some of the most innovative financial transactions in Mexico, including the first ever co-investment fund establis...
Manuel is founding partner of Galicia Abogados. He specializes in commercial transactions and his practice is focused in representing and advising domestic and international companies and financial institutions in loans, private and public issuances of securities, financial leasing, restructures, projects, mortgages backed loans, high yield issuances, exchange of debt, joint ventures, privatizations, M&A and corporate restructures. Prior to founding Galicia Abogados in 1994, he worked in ...
Thomas S. Heather is Of Counsel of Creel, Garcia-Cuellar, Aiza y Enríquez S.C., and actively participates in the restructuring, arbitration and corporate governance areas of the firm. Mr. Heather obtained his law degree from the Escuela Libre de Derecho in 1978 and in 1979 he obtained his Master of Laws degree with a major in Financial Law (MCJ) from The University of Texas at Austin. Mr. Heather joined Creel, Garcia-Cuellar, Aiza y Enriquez S.C., in 2021. Prior to joining the Firm he ...
José Raz Guzmán is Co-Chair of the firm's Latin America Practice and the Managing Shareholder of the Mexico City office, where his practice focuses on financial and M&A transactions. He works with issuers, underwriters and investors in public and private offerings of equity, debt, structured instruments, Fibras, CKDs and securitizations.
Pedro Velasco is a partner in the Mexico City office, where he specializes in Banking and Finance, Bankruptcy & Restructurings and Capital Markets. He represents domestic and foreign financial institutions (including many of the major local and foreign banks), as well as corporate borrowers (including numerous private equity funds), in a wide range of secured and unsecured financings, across several industries. Mr. Velasco’s expertise includes: commercial financings, acquisition fin...
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