Mr Fernando Eraña > Pérez Correa González > Mexico City, Mexico > Lawyer Profile

Pérez Correa González
CORPORATE CITI CENTER
INSURGENTES SUR 1602 (Fl.11 / Of.1102
MEXICO CITY 03940
Mexico

Work Department

Corporate

Position

Partner

Career

Fernando has 20 years of experience, focusing his practice on M&A, Finance, Venture Capital and Technology, serving a broad portfolio of clients that includes investment funds, entrepreneurs, fintech companies, non-bank financial institutions and public and private companies. He is currently the Vice President of the North American Forum of the International Bar Association (IBA).

Languages

Spanish and English

Memberships

IBA

Education

Fernando holds a law degree from Universidad Panamericana and an LLM from Pritzker School of Law and a Certificate in Business from Kellogg School of Management, both from Northwestern University. In 2007, Fernando participated as a Foreign Associate at O’Melveny & Myers, LLP, in Los Angeles, California.

Lawyer Rankings

Mexico > Corporate and M&A

(Leading individuals)

Fernando Eraña – Pérez Correa González

Praised for its ‘dedication and knowledge’, the corporate and M&A practice at Pérez Correa González houses an ‘excellent team of partners’, comprising corporate finance and M&A specialist Fernando Eraña, who has an emphasis on cross-border finance, private equity and venture capital; and Luis Gonzalez, who is particularly experienced in private equity transactions, and whose corporate and transactional expertise encompasses real estate mandates. The pair are closely supported by senior associates Juan Carlos Izaza, who regularly advises domestic and foreign clients on the setting-up of new ventures and their corporate structures in Mexico; and Carlos Ugalde, who has a focus on corporate, M&A, finance and real estate matters. Senior associate Federico Vázquez left the firm in January 2022 to co-found his own firm.

Mexico > Banking and finance

Pérez Correa González houses a compact but highly efficient banking and finance practice, which earns praise from clients for having the ‘necessary contacts and communications to streamline the dialogue with banks’, and whose client roster includes local and international names from the financial, technology, consumer goods, energy, fintech and infrastructure sectors. The department is co-led by a Mexico City-based duo comprised of Jorge Labastida, who is well-versed in asset-backed and structured finance, both cross-border and domestic; and Fernando Eraña, who also leads the fintech group, and is experienced in cross-border finance – secured and unsecured – and venture capital financing.