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Nader, Hayaux y Goebel, SC

TORRE ARCOS, PASSEO DE LOS TAMARINDOS 400 B, 7TH FLOOR COL. BOSQUES DE LAS LOMAS, MEXICO, D.F. 05120, MEXICO
Tel:
Work +52 55 4170 3000
Email:
Web:
www.nhg.com.mx
London, Mexico City

Luciano Pérez Gómez

Tel:
Work (52 55) 4170 3027
Email:
Web:
www.nhg.com.mx
Nader, Hayaux y Goebel, SC

Work Department

Banking and finance, insurance and reinsurance, M&A, real estate, structured finance, workouts and insolvency, financial regulatory and compliance.

Position

Partner

Career

Luciano is a partner of Nader, Hayaux & Goebel since 2016. Luciano has more than 15 years’ experience in representing foreign and national clients in the corporate and financial practices, with specialization in banking and finance, insurance and reinsurance, M&A, real estate, structured finance, workouts and insolvency, financial regulatory and compliance. On regulatory matters, Luciano has focused his practice in financial regulatory, anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and data protection regulation. 

He also acts as independent member and secretary of the board of directors of various insurance companies.

Languages

English  and Spanish

Member

Luciano is an active member and speaker of the Mexican Chapter of AIDA (AMEDESEF) and of the National Association of Company Lawyers (ANADE). He is also lecturer at the Postgraduate Program on Insurance Law at the Universidad Panamericana and at the University Escuela Libre de Derecho.

Education

Luciano obtained his law degree from Universidad Iberoamericana and his LLM from the Universiteit Erasmus Rotterdam. In addition to his Mexican practice, Luciano worked as a foreign associate in Chicago in the banking and finance practice of Mayer Brown LLP.

Leisure

Lecturer at the Postgraduate Program on Insurance Law at the Universidad Panamericana and at the University Escuela Libre de Derecho.


Mexico

Corporate and M&A

Within: Corporate and M&A

Nader, Hayaux y Goebel, SC is a top choice for complex corporate matters, including major M&As, joint ventures, spin-offs and private equity buyouts. The 'very professional' 11-partner team is praised for 'understanding the business', and has a strong bench of highly experienced partners, including the firm's founders Michell Nader, Hans Goebel, and Yves Hayaux-Du-Tilly, who is 'an expert in insurance matters'. Recently the firm advised Singapore-based CMIG International, as Mexican counsel on its US$300m acquisition of the Latin American insurance and fund management business of Old Mutual Life. The team also acted for Grupo Diagnostico Proa on the US$80m sale of a 32% stake in Labatorios Chopo to Temasek and LIV Capital. Other key partners in the team include Julián Garza , who 'in addition to having extensive experience, is a lawyer dedicated to customer service', and Luciano Pérez Gómez. International clients also benefit from the firm's London office.

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Insurance

Within: Next Generation Partners

Luciano Pérez Gómez - Nader, Hayaux y Goebel, SC

Within: Insurance

The ‚Äėsolid‚Äô 17-strong team at Nader, Hayaux y Goebel, SC¬†is the preferred choice of clients because it is ‚Äėalways a reference in the industry and a reliable legal partner for complex issues‚Äô. With 25 years‚Äô experience in the sector and offices in Mexico City and London, it has a primary focus on non-contentious matters, including the corporate, regulatory, transactional and compliance aspects of the sector, along with product design and product development, although it does also cover contentious matters such as claims, coverage issues, arbitration, litigation, and insurance and reinsurance recoveries. In a stand out mandate, the practice acted for AXA as Mexican co-counsel on the insurance regulatory aspects related to its $15.3bn cash acquisition of XL. Current work includes acting as Mexican counsel to Singapore-based CMIG International (a subsidiary of China Minsheng Investment) on its $300m acquisition of the Latin American business operations of Old Mutual, the first acquisition by a Chinese company in Mexico. In other work, the firm is acting as Mexican co-counsel to Fidelity National Financial on regulatory issues arising from its $1.2bn acquisition of Stewart Information Services and on securing the regulatory approvals required from the Mexican insurance and antitrust regulators. Working between Mexico City and London, 'market leader' Yves Hayaux-Du-Tilly heads the practice, handling transactional work, dispute resolution, product development, regulatory and corporate matters, corporate governance and compliance. Covering contentious and non-contentious matters, Luciano P√©rez G√≥mez¬†is an ‚Äėoutstanding counsel. He builds strong relationships with his customers based on trust and great customer service‚Äô. London-based senior associate Juan Pablo S√°inz¬†focuses on advising the London market on Mexican law in relation to coverage and regulatory issues and international transactions. Other names to note include Michell Nader, Juli√°n Garza , Eduardo Villanueva Ortiz. The team also counts on an increasingly specialised team of intermediate associates. Clients include Assurant, Principal Financial Group, Laureate International Universities, Cardif M√©xico Seguros Generales, Cardif M√©xico Seguros Vida, and Dentegra Seguros Dentales.

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