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MONTES URALES 632, 3RD FLOOR, LOMAS DE CHAPULTEPEC, MEXICO CITY 11000, MEXICO
Tel:
Work +52 55 5202 7622
Fax:
Fax +52 55 5520 7671
Email:
Web:
www.gcsc.com.mx/our-firm
González Calvillo, SC, Miguel Valle, Mexico City, MEXICO

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Miguel Valle

Tel:
Work +(52 55) 5202-7622
Email:
Web:
www.gcsc.com.mx
González Calvillo, SC

Position

Partner at González Calvillo, S.C. and co-managing partner. 

Career

Mr. Valle is a renowned lawyer with ample experience in domestic and international transactions related with mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances, shareholder controversies, labor, antitrust and in general commercial transactions.  

Mr. Valle has been selected as lead counsel in a large number of domestic and international transactions over the past 15 years, providing legal and business counsel to Mexican and foreign companies in joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, restructures, distribution, automotive industry, civil and commercial agreements, private and public bids, foreign investment and antitrust and competition. His work includes active representation and advice in the design of strategic alliances, solution to corporate disputes and significant corporate and labor restructures.

Languages

Spanish and English

Member

Mexican Bar Association

Education

Law degree (J.D. equivalent)  from the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico.


Mexico

Real estate

Within: Real estate

The ten-strong practice group at González Calvillo, SC gain clients’ trust because ‘they are very honest and results-driven; know that the clients need both quick and great results; and  at the same time they are very technical and aware of all applicable laws’. The group advises on real estate project development and related corporate and financing matters, as well as on transactions in which the underlying asset is real estate, pre-construction and construction projects, Fibras, leasing, management agreements, tax-efficient structuring, planning, land use and related disputes. Recent highlight mandates saw the team assist Regus with its business expansion and development plans, consisting of the opening of new business centre locations throughout Mexico; advise Reichmann International on the management and operation of its diverse portfolio of properties in Mexico City, including Torre Mayor and Torre Diana; and represent US-based cattle-hide processing company, Twin City Hide, in the MXN$24m purchase of industrial real estate in León from Cimsa Industrial Park. Other matters included advising Baker Hughes on the leasing agreements for the installation of operating plants in Tuxpan, Veracruz; Bancomext on a $53m financing granted to Inmobiliaria Insurgentes 421 for the development of a new 415-room hotel in Mexico City; and BanCoppel on the MXN$600m financing (in conjunction with Banco Actinver) to S/K Cabo San Lucas Holdings for the ongoing development of a residential and tourism real estate development at Cabo San Lucas. The very active Alfredo Chávez Goyeneche co-heads the practice with the 'busy, visible' Gonzalo Vargas Ateca and Miguel Valle, who also handles M&A and governance work; key support comes from of counsel Erika Olguín Valencia and senior associate Paulina Sellerier. Other clients include Marriot International, McDonald’s, Avviare Inmobiliaria, InterContinental Hotels Group, Canamex International, and UST Global.

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