Mr Carlos Ramos Miranda > Hogan Lovells > Mexico City, Mexico > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells

Work Department

Finance; Infrastructure, Energy, Resources, and Projects.


Partner at Hogan Lovells and has excelled in project financing, energy law, water, insurance, and mergers and acquisitions (M&A).


Carlos Ramos Miranda is a partner in our Mexico City office, advising clients on general M&A, corporate, energy, and insurance matters. Carlos has in-depth experience in the energy industry, where he has advised a wide array of clients in the oil, gas, and power sectors. Carlos advised Pemex on several matters concerning the 2013 energy reform and implementation. He has also advised various clients in the water infrastructure sector. Carlos also has extensive experience in M&A transactions, and has participated in various acquisitions in diverse sectors, including the insurance sector advising global, international and local clients.  Carlos advises multiple insurance and reinsurance companies in day to day regulatory, corporate and compliance issues.  His negotiation skills allow him to close on challenging projects with win-win solutions for the parties involved. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Carlos was a partner at Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa, where he concentrated on M&A, corporate, insurance, and energy law.


Spanish and English.


Member of the International Bar Association and the Asociación Nacional de Abogados de Empresa.


Mr. Ramos received his law degree from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM, 1989-1994). He completed his master’s of law degree at Georgetown University Law School (2004-2005). He holds postgraduate diplomas in executive international finance from Georgetown University Business School (1995) and executive finances from Universidad Iberoamericana (2004).


Mr. Ramos was a professor of Commercial Law at Universidad Anáhuac, Universidad Panamericana, and the ITAM.

Lawyer Rankings

Mexico > Compliance

Hogan Lovells´ ‘dynamic’ 11-strong compliance practice has maintained a steady growth over the last couple of years, garnering solid expertise advising on matters ranging from targeted investigations to compliance implementation audits and training in relation to Mexico’s anti-corruption system. The team is led by a group of well-versed corporate and finance practitioners, namely managing partner Juan Francisco Torres Landa, Carlos Ramos Miranda and Federico de Noriega Olea (who has particular expertise in data privacy issues, including data processing, data transfers and security breaches), along with contentious partner Luis Enrique Graham, who ‘generates broad trust among the stakeholders with whom he interacts’. Graham focuses on investigations and local anti-corruption regulations – as well as FCPA matters – across the wider Latin America region. The team can also call on the highly specialised support of the firm’s cross-office investigations, white-collar and fraud group.

Mexico > Corporate and M&A

A team of ‘highly experienced professionals with an extremely precise and accurate business vision’ comprise the Mexican corporate practice at Hogan Lovells. Boasting a solid presence in both Monterrey and Mexico City -and always able to draw resources from the firm´s global reach- the team is regularly engaged by an array of domestic and foreign clients to handle transactional operations, the establishment of joint ventures, and restructuring and corporate governance mandates. Key practitioners in Mexico City include: Juan Francisco Torres Landa, a deeply experienced figure who is well-versed in corporate restructuring and cross-border mandates; Federico de Noriega, who garners praise for his ‘business acumen and strong negotiation skills’; Carlos Ramos Miranda – M&A, particularly in relation to the energy and insurance sectors; and counsel Andrea López de la Campa, who has ‘excellent corporate and M&A know-how’. Experienced market players Guillermo González Frankenberger and Jorge Yañez handle matters from the Monterrey office.

Mexico > Energy and natural resources

Hogan Lovells offers a full-service practice with expertise throughout the oil-and-gas segments (upstream, midstream and downstream) and across the electricity industry in Mexico. It has been particularly busy, of late, handling renewables projects and wholesale electricity-market matters. Partners Carlos Ramos Miranda, who focuses his infrastructure work on energy, natural resources and water projects; and Miguel Ángel Mateo Simón, who specialises in oil-and-gas, power -both renewable and conventional- and water infrastructure projects, head the eight-strong department. Providing key support to the practice (which also boasts good capabilities handling regulatory mandates), is Mauricio Fuchs Tarlovsky , who undertakes corporate M&A, energy and infrastructure, structured finance and regulation; and senior associate Perla Díaz Taracena, who handles transactional and regulatory matters across the oil, gas and power segments.