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Haynes and Boone, SC

TORRE ESMERALDA 1, BLVD, MANUEL ÁVILA CAMACHO #40, DESPACHO 1601, COL LOMAS DE CHAPULTEPEC, 11000, CIUDAD DE MÉXICO
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Work +52 55 5249 1800
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Fax +52 55 5596 7798
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Web:
www.haynesboone.com

Mexico

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 5

Haynes and Boone, SC

Despite enduring the loss of key practitioner Jorge Labastida to Thompson & Knight LLP in early 2018, Haynes and Boone, SC  operates a small but capable team of five practitioners who handle all manner of transactional and regulatory matters. Recent mandates include assisting Mizuho Bank with accounts receivable purchase agreements to fund supply chain finance to different Mexican companies through a factoring programme; representing a syndicate comprising Nacional Financiera (as agent), Bancomext, Banobras, and North American Development Bank, in the review of several waiver requests from debtor Fisterra Energy; and Bancomext in a $20m financing to the company Latam Fund Ejercito Nacional 843 to finance 80% of the purchase price of office real estate in Mexico City. Counsels Rafael Carmona and Eduardo Corzo head the practice. Banco Santander is also a client.

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Energy and natural resources
Energy and natural resources - ranked: tier 3

Haynes and Boone, SC

Haynes and Boone, SC has a good stable of highly experienced lawyers advising clients on upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas. Nicolas Borda has built up an incredibly strong reputation, and is supported by a 'knowledgeable and capable' team, including experienced senior counsel William H. Buckley and counsel Eduardo Corzo. The firm's expertise runs the gamut of the hydrocarboons sector, from sale-and-purchase contracts and exploration agreements, to the roll out of petrol service stations.

Leading individuals

Nicolas Borda - Haynes and Boone, SC

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Projects and infrastructure
Projects and infrastructure - ranked: tier 3

Haynes and Boone, SC

Haynes and Boone, SC is recommended for its strong track-record advising on energy-related infrastructure projects including renewables and oil and gas. Partner Nicolas Borda -who also has environmental expertise- is a leading figure in the market, particularly for oil-and-gas matters; while counsel Jorge Sanchez has experience of mining projects.

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Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 5

Haynes and Boone, SC

The tax practice at Haynes and Boone, SC handles cross-border matters, including corporate and M&A, finance, real estate, and shipping, as well as audits and challenges before the authorities; its caseload evidences a certain focus on the oil-and-gas sector. In highlight work, and working in conjunction with several of its US offices, the team assisted the equity owners of Corporación POK in the sale of stock to Nucor Corporation. Other work saw the Mexico City office advised Blue Marine on the customs and tax implications of acquiring and importing an offshore vessel; and represent FCC Servicios Industriales y Energeticos in the regularisation of certain denials of the tax authorities related to electronic signatures and electronic invoicing through the Mexican Taxpayers Advocate procedure. Recommended practice head Edgar Klee Müdespacher leads a small-but-capable four-strong team that includes associate Mauricio Reynoso. Other clients include NextEra Energy Resources, Newpark Resources, Semgroup, Trive Capital and Tresmontes Luccheti Mexico.

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