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TORRE VIRREYES, PEDREGAL 24, 24TH FLOOR, COL. MOLINO DEL REY, MEXICO CITY, 11040, MEXICO
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Work +52 55 4748 0600
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Fax +52 55 4748 0690
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www.creel.mx
Mexico City, Monterrey

Creel, Garc?a-Cu?llar, Aiza y Enr?quez is widely recognized as one of the premier law firms in Mexico. Its leading practices are recognized in the market as dominating the mergers and acquisitions, finance, and capital markets legal fields, and its wide array of other practice areas, with specialized expertise, work closely together in a true partnership to provide clients with a unique team of attorneys with extensive knowledge to anticipate and resolve issues and efficiently achieve clients' legal and business goals. An award-winning, full-service corporate law firm, it has over 80 years of experience in providing international and domestic clients with technical excellence, knowledge of the market and unparalleled client service. The firm is a strategic service provider to clients with the most complex and demanding transactions and projects, affording them certainty and peace of mind. The firm provides innovative solutions to many of the largest, most intricate, first-ever market-leading deals in Mexico. It has been influential in the development of cutting-edge legal products and financial instruments in Mexico. The deep understanding of clients' business goals and the dynamics of multifaceted cross-border and domestic transactions, by internationally trained, bilingual attorneys, has long established a reputation for client satisfaction and the firm's responsiveness and expertise. Creel, Garc?a-Cu?llar, Aiza y Enr?quez is the firm of choice of prominent multinational and domestic financial institutions, industrial corporations, commercial enterprises, investors, international multilateral institutions, and rating agencies.

The firm

With over 80 years of history, Creel, Garc?a-Cu?llar, Aiza y Enr?quez is a leading full-service corporate law firm with an unwavering commitment to excellence, it has an established reputation for delivering creative, specialized and responsive legal advice on the most complex and innovative matters in Mexico for the most sophisticated and demanding clients.

Main areas of practice

Creel, Garc?a-Cu?llar, Aiza y Enr?quez is a full-service corporate law firm, specializing in the following practice areas: antitrust and competition, arbitration and dispute resolution, banking and finance, bankruptcy and restructuring, capital markets, corporate and commercial, employment and labor, energy and natural resources, environmental, infrastructure, insurance and reinsurance, intellectual property, investigations and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, pro bono, project development and finance, real estate, social security, tax, telecommunications and transportation.

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