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Mexico

Corporate and M&A
Corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 5

Romo Paillés, S.C.

Romo Paillés, S.C. has a strong and active corporate practice with a good track record in transactions and day-to-day advice. It acts for a mix of domestic and international companies, advising on mergers, spin-offs, share transfers and related corporate finance issues. The firm’s three partners, Rafael Romo, Maria Teresa Paillés and Maria Esther Ray, are all highly experienced in this area.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Romo Paillés, S.C.

The ‘very good firmRomo Paillés, S.C. offer ‘great service’, a ‘reasonable cost/benefit ratio’ and ‘solid technical and legal knowledge’. Real estate lead María Teresa Paillés has over 25 years’ experience and is ‘a great lawyer – technical, dedicated and very sharp in terms of revision and her recommendations’. Recent matters include advising Grupo KesDes and its joint venture partner, US equity-fund TC Latin America Partners on the negotiation and implementation of a $26m real estate project. Other work saw Maria Esther Rey advise developer Archetonic on 226 high-end residential project in Puebla. The team also provides Walmart with on-going services for the acquisition and/or lease of real estate properties across Mexico. Name partner Rafael Romo is also active in the sector, and associates Fabiola Peña and Alfonso Serna are ‘excellent on real estate’ matters. Clients include Grupo Posadas and Cargill.

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