Juan David Mina > Cuatrecasas > Mexico City, Mexico > Lawyer Profile
AV. PASEO DE LA REFORMA 483, PISO 50
COL. CUAUHTÉMOC, ALCALDÍA CUAUHTÉMOC
06500 CIUDAD DE MÉXICO
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Juan David Mina
Juan David Mina advises national and foreign clients on crossborder transactions and highly complex domestic matters, handling M&A transactions for a wide range of sectors, particularly energy and infrastructure, private equity and venture capital, finance, fintech and real estate.
As a tax consultant, he has advised clients on corporate restructuring, securities issues on the capital and debt markets, project finance, tax controversy and asset planning.
He is a member of the Mexican Institute of Public Accountants.
The Mexican office of Spanish full-service firm Cuatrecasas has developed a sturdy track record in the Mexican corporate and M&A arena since it first set foot in the market back in 2016. Santiago Ferrer, who also heads-up the competition department, advises both domestic and international companies on commercial transactions, M&A, joint investments and financing. The group’s areas of expertise encompass the consumer, infrastructure, healthcare, real estate, energy and renewables, and gaming sectors. Recent work highlights include advising Fibra Orion regarding the acquisition of Desarrollos Carreteros del Estado de Durango. Additionally, the office has notably broadened its capacity to deal with key elements of transactional matters -particularly tax structuring- with the July-2022 hire of tax specialist Juan David Mina from KPMG in Mexico. The team can also draw resources not only from the firm’s Spanish headquarters but also from it’s increasingly relevant offices in Bogotá, Lima and Santiago de Chile. Since publication, the firm’s Mexican office has absorbed the former Rico, Robles, Libenson, S.Cl, incorporating a 12-strong team (including four partners) that counts transactional matters and disputes work among its primary strengths – effective as of January 2023.