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Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.
TORRE VIRREYES, PEDREGAL 24, 24TH FLOOR
COL. MOLINO DEL REY
MEXICO CITY, 11040
Mexico

Mexico > Banking and finance Tier 1

Characterised by its ‘knowledge, availabilty and professionalism’, Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. is undoubtedly a key player in the Mexican market. Its ‘pro-business’ finance practice is composed of six partners, two counsels and 33 associates, and is adept at handling the range of banking and finance matters, including structured and DIP financings, cross-border and local single bank and syndicated loans, acquisition finance, and both secured and unsecured financings. Its stellar client roster is comprised of high-profile local and international banks, funds, insurance companies and non-bank financial institutions, which it advises both as lenders and borrowers. Senior partner Carlo Aiza, who has a strong track record in finance and asset securitization transactions, heads up the practice. The ‘well-coordinated’ and ‘highly technical’ team of partners is further made up of: Giovanni Ramírez Garrido, whose practice has an emphasis on acquisition and structured finance, as well as asset-backed and real estate financing; and the ‘excellentPedro Velasco, who assists domestic and foreign financial institutions and corporate borrowers (from across a range of industries) with secured and unsecured financings; along with Rodrigo Castelazo (capital markets and structured finance transactions); Alejandro Isaac (commercial, acquisition, real estate financings, infrastructure and project financings); and Emilio Aarún, a partner since January 2022 (banking, finance, bankruptcy and restructuring transactions). Eduardo Flores left the firm in July 2022.

Practice head(s):

Carlos Aiza

Testimonials

Creel’s team is distinguished by its dedication, efficiency, proactivity, prompt responses and good customer service.

Pedro Velasco provides extraordinary customer service, is always available, looks for innovative solutions and knows the field in great detail.

It is a competitive team with great analytical capacity.

Excellent lawyers with high ethical standards who are always willing to solve problems.

Creel lawyers stand out for the knowledge, availability and professionalism with which they handle themselves.

Creel is the best law firm in Mexico: they are excellent professionals, meticulous and efficient, and they always find a good strategy.

Pedro Velasco and Alejandro Isaac are excellent. Their availability combined with their knowledge results in an unmatched service.

Pedro Velasco, Emilio Aarún and Alejandro Isaac always look after the interests of their client.

Key clients

Apollo Global Management

Alpha Latam Management

Grupo Financiero Banorte

Grupo Alójica

FIBRA Macquarie México

Banco Santander México

JPMorgan Chase Bank

CarVal Investors

PGIM

HSBC

Work highlights

  • Assisted Apollo Management Holdings with the repayment and capitalisation of its DIP Loan into an equity interest in Grupo Aeromexico.
  • Advised Fibra Macquarie Mexico on the closing of its $428m unsecured syndicated credit facility.
  • Assisted Klar, as borrower, in relation to a $54m credit facility granted by Architect Capital Asset.

Mexico > Capital markets Tier 1

According to one recent client, Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.’s capital markets team stands out for its ‘dedication, availability and creativity’, and has achieved ‘excellent results in record time’. Skilled at representing issuers, underwriters, pension funds and other institutional investors on both debt and equity transactions, the group’s expertise also encompasses CKD listings, Fibra Es, SPACS and mortgage REITs. Practice head Carlos Aiza is renowned for his extensive capital markets experience; Rodrigo Castelazo leads on the practice’s key matters, including a recent highlight advising GM Financial on the reopening of its first and second long-term issuance of notes as recurring issuer. Carlos Zamarrón advises clients on private and public structured financial and capital markets transactions – he and his colleagues are praised for their ‘deep knowledge of local laws’; Mercedes Haddad takes care of structured finance, asset securitisations and derivative transactions. Partner Eduardo Flores Herrera left the firm, effective July 2022.

Practice head(s):

Carlos Aiza; Rodrigo Castelazo

Testimonials

Great depth of knowledge of local law issues.

The dedication, availability and creativity of the solutions of Carlos Zamarron’s team is excellent. We have carried out unique transactions in the Mexican market in record times and with excellent results.

Carlos Zamarron and his team at Creel have always gone beyond professional responsibility to ensure that our experience is fluid and we have the ability to focus on commercial issues, as well as ensuring that our team always has the necessary understanding of the aspects reflected in each document. Likewise, Carlos always finds a way to achieve his goals at all costs.

The technical knowledge of our business and the trust that Carlos Zamarron and his team (that we have worked with over the years) have earned, have made the difference and the firm is our first choice for our capital market’s legal service needs. and debt in general.

I’d highlighted the depth of knowledge of the laws and the agility to work and offer solutions.

Key clients

Fibra Prologis

X-Infra

Vista Energy

PGIM

Capital Índigo

IGS

Apollo

GM Financial

The Prudential Insurance Company of America

Actinver

Lexington Partners

Broxel

Fibra Macquarie

BlackRock

CS Asset Management

Walton

Santander

Citi

JP Morgan

Invercap

Walton

Work highlights

  • Assisted the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) with its first-ever issuance of ESG (sustainable) notes.
  • Assisted Apollo Management Holdings with the repayment and capitalisation of their DIP Loan into an equity interest in Grupo Aeromexico.
  • Advised IDB Invest on its issuance of a three-year social bond in Mexico worth approximately $125m.

Mexico > Competition and antitrust Tier 1

The ‘creative’ competition and antitrust team at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.has an exceptional degree of specialisation’ and is counsel of choice for a host of major multinationals operating in Mexico. It takes a considerable share of the merger control cases before COFECE and is also a regular in acting for major clients that are subject to sector investigations; recent mandates include matters in the jet fuel and liquid petroleum gas markets. Department head Carlos Mena is one of the go-to advisors in the market when it comes to competition law litigation and investigations, where he has experience on the other side of the table having been head of the investigative authority and general director of investigations of cartels. He and Jorge Kargl are praised by clients for their ‘experience in the sector, together with the attitude of service and commitment to the client’, and Kargl is especially noted in the TMT space. For one client, Luis Gerardo Garcíamakes the difference‘’ and he is the founder of the firm’s practice in this area. Another experienced antitrust and competition specialist is Mauricio Serralde, who acts on the full range of competition of matters; while Sara Gutiérrez is rapidly establishing a strong practice in administrative litigation and antitrust, and was promoted to the partnership in January 2023. Senior associate Edgar Martín Padilla has a practice focused on assisting national and international companies with pre-merger authorisations, cartel investigations and procedures before regulatory entities. Since publication, Padilla has moved to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's Brussels office as a foreign associate.

Practice head(s):

Carlos Mena

Testimonials

Carlos Mena and Jorge Kargl are the main reason why we work with Creel. Their experience in the sector, together with the attitude of service and commitment to the client, makes it a pleasure to work with them.

The Creel team is the most creative team I have worked with. They really know the nuances of the law, take the time to know the client’s business, and offer alternative solutions to issues.

Jorge Kargl is an excellent attorney. He is responsive and offers alternative solutions to legal issues. He really listens to the client’s needs and tries to address those needs with creative problem solving.

The Creel, Garcia-Cuellar, Aiza y Enriquez team has an exceptional degree of specialization, remarkable experience, added to the fact that their treatment of clients is always of excellent quality, respectful, empathetic, and professional. They are aware of the market and its evolution, they are informed of situations at a global level, which provides complete solutions to complex situations with various impacts in different territories.

Their knowledge, experience, professionalism. We recommend Luis Gerardo García and Virginia Campas Mayor.

The team is very good and experienced on the subject. They are at the forefront in terms of developing monitoring systems and submitting documentation to the authorities.

Luis Gerardo García makes the difference.

Key clients

FEMSA

Heineken

Live Nation

Canadian Pacific Railway

EssilorLuxottica

Gas Metropolitano

Holcim

Apollo Global Management

Grupo Axxo

HP

Work highlights

  • Represented World Fuel Services in the COFECE investigation into the jet fuel market.
  • Acted for AT&T in the COFECE and IFT investigation into the Mexican portion of its sale of WarnerMedia to Discovery, in regard to jurisdiction over over-the-top streaming platforms.
  • Advised HP on the competition law compliance for its $3.3bn acquisition of sole control of Poly.

Mexico > Corporate and M&A Tier 1

Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. houses a leading corporate and M&A team over 40-lawyers’ strong which is lauded for its ‘outstanding experience and knowledge in all areas’. Billed by one client as ‘by far the best M&A team in Mexico’, the practice group is well-equipped to advise on sophisticated M&A transactions involving both publicly and privately-traded companies in regulated and unregulated industries. Domestic and multinational corporations, real estate investment funds, private equity funds, global development institutions and investment banks all feature on its client roster, and recent headline matters include advising Apollo Global Assset Management on the conversion of its DIP loan into an equity interest in Grupo Aeromexico (valued at $1.5bn); and Aimia on the divestiture of a $558m, $48.9% equity stake in loyalty program operator PLM, which thereby becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of the airline. The practice is co-led by seasoned M&A heavyweight Jean Michel Enríquez along with Jorge Montaño, who majors in private equity, venture capital and capital markets transactions. Additional key partners include Eduardo González, who frequently advises private equity firms on follow-on acquisitions and liquidity events; and Humberto Botti, who handles domestic and cross-border acquisitions and divestitures. Providing ‘clear, strategic, tailored solutions, on time… and with a clear 360° vision of the risks and how to mitigate them’, real estate-focused practitioner Carlos del Río and younger M&A partner Diego Barrera comprise ‘a duo the likes of which you are unlikely to find at another firm’. Former practice co-head Iker Arriola, who focuses on M&A, corporate law and antitrust matters, is now resident partner at the firm’s Madrid office, which officially opened its doors in January 2023; while Esteban Valadez (M&A, private equity, joint venture and complex real estate transactions) who was promoted to partner the same month, rounds out the senior bench. A deep associate bench includes seniors Gerardo Zimbrón, who has 15 years’ M&A experience; and Edgar Ancona, who undertakes M&A, PE, joint ventures, minority investments and asset sales. Since publication, Zimbrón has been raised to the partnership and Ancona promoted to counsel - effective as of January 2024.

Practice head(s):

Jean Michel Enríquez; Jorge Montaño

Testimonials

‘They have a solid team with outstanding experience and knowledge in all areas, which provides the client with a complete vision to make tailored, timely, and strategic decisions.’

‘Willingness to find clear, strategic, tailored solutions, on time, professional, and with a clear 360° vision of the risks and how to mitigate them. Carlos Del Río and Diego Barrera are a duo the likes of which you are unlikely to find at another firm.’

‘It is by far the best M&A team in Mexico.’

‘Jean Michel Enriquez, Jorge Montaño, Humberto Botti and Edgar Ancona are distinguished by their customer service, diligence and good judgment. If Creel works with us on a deal, I sleep peacefully.’

Key clients

Grupo Axo

Kohlberg Kravis Robets & Co.

Ualá

Santander

Accel KKR

Apollo Management

Marubeni Corporation

Southern Cross Group

Advent International

Altamont Capital

Blackstone Group

Infinitum Electric

Tekni Plex

Glisco Partners

Steel Dynamics

Tenedora Akaan

InfraRed Capital Partners Limited

Soluciones e Inversiones en Salud Integral

Hapag-Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft

Altán Redes

ISIBIT

Emergent Cold LatAm Management

Veritas Capital Fund Management

Hidden Harbor Capital Partners

Brand Velocity Group

Advent International

Compagnie Plastic Omnium

Latécoère

Aimia Inc

Davidson Kempner European Partners

Alma Nundi Insuritech Fund

Nord Anglia Education

Aterian Investment Partners

Macquarie Asset Management México

Micross Components

General Atlantic

High Ridge Brands

Trilantic North America

One Rock Capital Partners

InfraRed Capital Partners Limited

Wendel Group

Lincolnshire Management

Continental Gain Company

Julius Baer Group

Dewell Express

ABC Group

F Prime Capital

Northgate

Genomma Lab International

Nestlé

Brook & Whittle

Evertec Inc

Bain Capital

Holcim

Middleground Capital

Work highlights

  • Counsel to ABC Technologies Holdings on the $255m acquisition from MPE Partners of 100% of dlhBOWLES, Inc.
  • Legal counsel to Mitsui & Co, Tokyo Gas Co, Chubu Electric Power Falcon and Tohoku Power Investment Company on the $197.5m sale of 100% of the capital stock of MT Falcon Holdings (the owner of six Special Purpose Vehicles which own and operate five natural gas fired power plants and a gas pipeline), plus the prepayment of existing indebtedness equivalent to $163.4m.
  • Mexican counsel to Arcosa (a provider of infrastructure-related products and solutions), on the $275m sale of its steel pressure storage tank business to Black Diamond Capital Management, through its Mexican subsidiary, Vessel of America.

Mexico > Environment Tier 1

Best known for providing assistance on the environmental aspects of M&A, financings and -particularly- real estate related matters, the 10-strong team at market mainstay Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. provides the full spectrum of environmental, sustainability and climate change-related advisory and associated administrative and constitutional litigation. A capable and experienced senior team includes departmental head Carlos de Icaza (who divides his time between real estate and environmental practices), and a deep second-line consisting of Alejandro Castelló (environmental law and real estate), Jessica Villaverde (environmental impact assessments, water law, hazardous wastes and site remediation), and Mariana Westendarp (environmental litigation, impact assessments, risk and remediation, among other matters) – all three of whom were raised to counsel in August 2022; each can draw on over 15 years’ experience in environmental matters. In the absence of projects-related mandates the team has primarily been active in transaction-related environmental matters, advising Arcosa on the restructuring and sale of its Mexican vessels-manufacturing business; ABC Group on the acquisition of automotive component manufacturer dlhBowles; and Steel Dynamics in connection with ferrous and non-ferrous scrap recycler Roca Acero, among other matters. Other significant mandates include counselling Celanese on all environmental legal requirements related to the definitive closure and dismantling of a gas pipeline in the state of Jalisco, including acting before Mexico’s Agencia de Seguridad, Energía y Ambiente (ASEA) to obtain all relevant authorisations. The team has also been increasingly active in administrative environmental litigation, and in water-related matters -particularly in the State of Nuevo León- following 2022’s water-scarcity crisis.

Practice head(s):

Carlos de Icaza

Testimonials

Carlos de Icaza runs a fantastic team. Very smart. Commercial. Terrific communicators. All reflecting the strengths of its leader, Carlos de Icaza.

Carlos is my go-to lawyer in Mexico. He is an expert in Mexican environmental law, a terrific problem solver and an amazing communicator. My clients love working with him because he is smart, precise, creative, and responsive. And I always call him when I have an issue in Mexico because I know he will give the matter is full attention, provide the very best service, and give my clients the comfort of knowing they have the best possible advisor working for them. He is especially experienced with cross-border matters, and advising US, European, Asian and other non-US clients on navigating Mexican environmental regulations and avoiding risk.

Key clients

Inmobiliaria Hills

Mission Hills

Continental Grain Company

ABC Group

Steel Dynamics,

Glisco Partners IV

Altamont Capital

Legacy Vulcan

Celanese

Arcosa

Terminal KMS

Work highlights

  • Counsel to Mission Hills regarding various environmental aspects of its  operations, including the renewal of environmental permits and licenses and providing legal assessment in connection with compliance with recently enacted environmental regulations.
  • Mexican counsel to Arcosa Incorporated and its Mexican subsidiaries with regard to the restructuring and sale of its Mexican vessels-manufacturing business, particularly in connection with the environmental and regulatory aspects of the restructure and assigning the required permitting to the buyer’s SPV.
  • Counsel to Grupo Celaneseon regarding: (i), the environmental legal requirements applicable to the definitive shutdown and dismantling of a gas pipeline built and operated by the company in Jalisco, Mexico; and (ii), the possible sale and/or rehabilitation of Grupo Celanese’s industrial manufacturing complex located in the municipality of Poncitlán, Jalisco, Mexico.

Mexico > Insurance Tier 1

Regulatory and transactional matters in insurance and reinsurance are routinely handled by Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C., a regular fixture in the market’s more complex matters and active on a number of cross-border matters during 2022. The team’s client base of insurers looked to Leonel Pereznieto and his team for advice on dealing with the particularly aggressive stance of the tax authority in recent times; elsewhere, the practice has seen medical insurance become an increasingly common source of instructions. Pereznieto is also active in contentious insurance and reinsurance matters, focusing on the negotiation and settlement of reinsurance claims, and their resolution through arbitration. In support, counsel María José Pinillos has over 15 years' experience advising insurers, reinsurers and brokers on a broad array of issues; and senior associate Carlo Romero has a growing practice focused on insurance, reinsurance and financial regulatory matters.

Practice head(s):

Leonel Pereznieto

Testimonials

They have a high level of knowledge in insurance matters, both at a technical level and in terms of the market situation. Additionally, they take care to know the details of the operation when a consultation is made and always show a high level of commitment and collaboration.

The lawyers of this firm have technical and market knowledge which allows them to respond to queries made considering technical issues and the situation of the insurance market.

Key clients

Axa Seguros

Grupo Nacional Provincial

MetLife México

MBIA México

El Águila Compañía de Seguros

HDI Seguros

Cardif México

Assurant Mexico

Genworth Financial

Betterfly México

Work highlights

  • Advised Genworth Seguros de Credito a la Vivienda on an internal reorganisation of the mortgage insurance business of the group.
  • Assisted HDI with preparing the framework agreement for its 10-year strategic alliance with Bupa Mexico.
  • Advised Betterfly on its landing in Mexico and on documenting its local alliance with Chubb Mexico.

Mexico > Real estate Tier 1

Undoubtedly one of Mexico’s predominant forces in real estate practice, the ‘attentive’ and ‘robust’ team at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. garners praise for its ‘exceptional knowledge of real estate issues’ and skill at negotiation. The group’s expertise encompasses the regulatory aspects of direct and structured investment, and  strategic property acquisitions in the industrial, retail, commercial, tourism & leisure, residential and urban segments, as well as the development, management and operation of real estate projects. It is routinely instructed by local and multinational developers, promoters, tourism and hospitality companies, and investors – including real estate funds, Mexican CKDs, CERPIs and FIBRAs. The practice is co-led by Monterrey office head Francisco Montalvo, who has a strong track record advising domestic and multinational conglomerates on the acquisition and development of tourism, industrial and residential developments, as well as on the acquisition and divestiture of companies and assets in northern Mexico; and Carlos de Icaza, who works from Mexico City and has led on numerous innovative real estate transactions, often representing industrial groups, real estate investment trusts, development companies and private equity funds. Carlos del Río handles M&A, private equity and real estate transactions from the Mexico City office; Monterrey-based Badir Treviño-Mohamed advises real estate developers, administrators and investors (including international real estate funds, Mexican CKDs and FIBRAs), on the legal and regulatory aspects of investments in real estate for industrial, retail, commercial and tourism purposes. At of counsel level, key contacts include D&I director Valentina Villa and Alejandro Castelló, both of whom focus on real estate and environmental matters; Carlos Yamamoto (real estate and transactional matters); and Alfonso Pulido, who is seen by one client as ‘one of the best real estate lawyers in Mexico’ and is well-versed in the acquisition and sale of industrial and commercial real estate portfolios. Senior associate Brenda Elizondo is also noted. Since publication, Pulido has left the firm - effective as of March 2024.

Practice head(s):

Carlos de Icaza; Francisco Montalvo

Testimonials

Exceptional knowledge of real estate issues, and they negotiate very well with the counterparty on behalf of their clients.

The team is robust and always attentive.

Alfonso Pulido is undoubtedly one of the best real estate lawyers in Mexico. He always demonstrates his business focus, great expertise in the sector and his attention to detail.

They are the best lawyers in Mexico, with great talent and great respect for their clients. They know how to work well as a team and are great negotiators on behalf of their clients.

It is the best law firm in Mexico; the lawyers are excellent – humble, intelligent, hardworking; they always respond on time and make themselves available, they represent their clients well.

Key clients

Gran Ciudad

The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited

O’Connor Capital Partners

FIBRA Prologis

Alojica

Apex Tool Group Manufacturing México

Finsa

Equinix

Digital Colony

ROCA Desarrollos

Work highlights

  • Advised Grupo Alójica on the acquisition of the Westin hotel in Puerto Vallarta through the acquisition of the Mexican company owning the hotel.
  • Advised Grupo IGS on the sale of a portfolio of 40 industrial properties worth over $224m located in the states of Chihuahua, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas to 7UMEX.
  • Acted as counsel to Terrafina with respect to the negotiation and execution of a joint venture agreement with an international pension fund.

Mexico > Tax Tier 1

Admired by clients for its ‘excellent technical knowledge and good communication skills’, the tax department at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. regularly assists with the tax elements of many of the major transactions in the Mexican market. The department is particularly renowned for its prowess in the capital markets arena where complex tax issues are involved. The firm has an extensive client base across numerous sectors and industries but is especially strong in the private equity space; Blackrock is among those that look to the firm for tax advice. Alejandro Santoyo heads the team and has a strong client base of finance sector clients, and Jorge Correa is another market-leading tax expert with strengths in capital markets and financial products. Omar Zúñiga‘s practice has an emphasis on international tax, advising multinational companies operating in Mexico and Mexican companies with business abroad; while Luis Vázquez is the most senior contact for litigation and other contentious tax matters. Talented younger partner Eduardo Brandt focuses on corporate and international tax in relation to financial, capital markets and M&A transactions; and counsel Luis Salinas supports the tax controversy practice.

Practice head(s):

Alejandro Santoyo

Testimonials

Creel’s tax practice stands out for the technical capacity of its partners and associates. Faced with a stricter tax environment, companies and their managers require more than lawyers, business advisors. Creel’s interdisciplinary team provides comprehensive advice that offers solutions to highly complex problems, which makes it stand out from the rest of the firms.

The interdisciplinary team that Creel’s tax practice has allows them to provide comprehensive advice. Specifically, the fact of having lawyers, accountants and transfer pricing specialists has proven to be useful in solving problems since these are approached from different points of view, accounting and legal being one of the most relevant.

They construct an excellent relationship with the client that is reflected in the interest in getting to know the business in depth and the real objectives of their projects. We admire the closeness and promptness in addressing concerns, and the quality of the preparation of creative, efficient solutions. and effective.

High level of knowledge on Mexican tax rules and experience with novel arguments. Able to find solutions where other firms were not.

‘Team of high technical knowledge, practical, with great availability and service to customers. They have a great balance between technical knowledge and the ability to easily execute the proposed solutions.

The tax team has provided excellent service to our clients and it has been extremely easy for us to work with them on important litigation projects. The litigious matters in which our clients and we have had the opportunity to work with the Creel tax team are matters that require professionals with specialization in different branches of law such as administrative, commercial, telecommunications and technology, and the tax team of Creel has come out to collect the opinions and suggestions of all the participants to incorporate them into his writings and promotions within the trials.

We believe that their best qualities are the detailed monitoring of the different stages of the process, the communication to the other participants in litigious matters, as well as their knowledge of precedents both from his firm and from third parties.

Alejandro Santoyo is a benchmark in the Mexican market, the most outstanding lawyer in tax consulting in Mexico. Omar Zúñiga is also highly efficient and is able to explain complex topics in a simple way.

Key clients

Meta

Apollo Global Management

Canadian Pacific Railway

Citigroup

Fifa

BlackRock

Univision

Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

StepStone

AT&T

Work highlights

  • Advising Apollo Global Management on its conversion of a debtor-in-possession (DIP) facility into Grupo Aeromexico (AMX), as a result of AMX´s chapter 11 procedures in the US.
  • Advised StepStone Group on the structuring of a $102.5m public offering of a securitised portfolio of direct loans via Certificados Bursátiles Fiduciarios on Mexico’s BIVA stock exchange.
  • Acted for Citigroup on the tax aspects related to the purchase of the Mexican subsidiary of Deutsche Bank´s licensed entity.

Mexico > Bankruptcy and restructuring Tier 2

Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. has a good reputation in the bankruptcy sector and is known for advising on insolvency proceedings, workouts, the liquidation of distressed companies and the restructuring of existing credit facilities. Its client roster is dominated by local and international banks and financial institutions. The practice is co-led by Carlos Aiza, who is particularly noted for his involvement in workouts, capital markets and corporate finance transactions; and Rodrigo Castelazo, who represents both debtors and creditors in insolvency proceedings. Of counsel Thomas Heather is noted for his contributions on restructuring and associated arbitration matters, and senior associate Christian Dorantes offers support across the board.

Practice head(s):

Carlos Aiza; Rodrigo Castelazo

Testimonials

Compact, specialised team that seeks to satisfy client needs whilst keeping costs reasonable.

Key clients

Apollo Global Management

Alpha Latam Management and its affiliates

The Bank of New York Mellon

BBVA de México (Institución de Banca Múltiple)

Work highlights

  • Acted as Mexican counsel to Apollo on securing a multi-tranche debtor-in-possession term loan facility.
  • Advised Alpha Latam Management and its subsidiaries on the Mexican leg of its Chapter 11 proceedings.
  • Advised BBVA, as lender, on the restructuring of Cinepolis.

Mexico > Compliance Tier 2

The ‘experienced’ team at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. focuses its efforts on providing counsel regarding anticorruption and investigations, designing and implementing corporate compliance programmes, and preventing criminal corporate liability for clients. It is regularly instructed by multinationals from a wide range of sectors, including healthcare, energy, automotive and IT. Practice head Leonel Pereznieto is highly experienced at conducting compliance investigations, and is recognised for his ‘technical skill and good communication with clients’. ‘Experienced and skilled’ senior associate Santiago Acosta provides clients with preventative compliance counsel and assists on investigations; associate Ana Olivares, in turn, assists with the design of corporate compliance programmes. Following the September 2022 departure of counsel Eduardo Apáez, the practice was strengthened by the arrival of senior associate Iván Saavedra in January 2023.

Practice head(s):

Leonel Pereznieto

Testimonials

Creel boasts a well-established and highly experienced investigations and compliance team. They have a detailed knowledge of the local regulatory and operating environment but equally understand the interplay with international structures and institutions, making them particularly adept in cross-border, complex matters.

Leonel Pereznieto is a technically gifted partner with very good communication skills with clients.

Leonel Pereznieto is our go-to person at Creel. He is very practical and always involved on the main issues.

Very responsive and solution orientated; full-service approach. They understand the demands of multinational clients, have a keen understanding of the Mexican environment and are responsive, practical and user-friendly.

It is always a pleasure working with Leonel Pereznieto. Whether advising on compliance aspects of an M&A transaction or handling a sensitive investigative requirement, his experience shines through. His ability to liaise effectively with international counsel and access a broad network of contacts in adjacent fields are further strings to his bow.

The Creel team practices what they preach with regards to compliance. They take investigations and compliance seriously and are dedicated to ensuring all rules and regulations are followed.

Leonel Pereznieto is the attorney you want on your side when facing a serious compliance issue or handling a delicate internal investigation. He is brilliant and methodical, with a great deal of experience in navigating difficult situations.

There is nobody better than Leonel Pereznieto. His practicality, responsiveness and judgment make him the ultimate counselor to clients navigating complex compliance matters. Santiago Acosta is the firm’s secret weapon. His former government experience and sharp legal mind make him a tremendous asset to any client. Although not yet a partner, I would trust him with any compliance-related matter on behalf of any of my clients.

Key clients

Landec Corporation

Hitachi-Astemo

Constellations Brands

Sézane

Daiwa House Industry

Nucor Corporation

Nabiax

Black Creek Group

Work highlights

  • Assisted Landec with a compliance issue reported to US regulators at its Yucatan Foods production facility.
  • Advised Hitachi Astemo on testing and inspections and the implementation of a special reporting system.
  • Advised Nabiax on its compliance obligations in Mexico and Latin America and optimised its internal compliance programme.

Mexico > Dispute resolution: arbitration Tier 2

As part of a broad dispute resolution practice that plays an integral role in the firm’s assistance with cross-border transactions and projects, Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. fields an arbitration team of practitioners with plentiful experience handling a full array of arbitration types under the diverse arbitration rules of domestic and international institutions. The Mexican government’s stricter rulings and regulations for foreign companies operating and investing in Mexico has generated a host of matters for the team, whose clients include major international players in the corporate, financial, and energy and natural resources' sectors, among others. Practice head Elsa Ortega has experience acting as party counsel, arbitrator and chair of arbitral tribunals in numerous domestic and international cases, and is well-versed in matters ranging from M&A and shareholder disputes to construction agreement claims. Ortega and Sofía Gómez Ruano - a former Secretary General and Council of the Arbitration Center of Mexico (CAM), who has a strong reputation for the administration of arbitration proceedings - arrived from their own boutique in June 2022, substantially bolstering the practice. The group can also call on profoundly experienced of counsel Bernardo Sepúlveda, a senior figure who is also regularly sought out to presides over arbitral tribunals and arbitral award annulment proceedings; while additional strength-in-depth is provided by experienced counsels Luis Jardón and Héctor Anaya Mondragón. Former counsel Carlos Martínez Betanzos left the firm in June 2022. Since publication, Anaya Mondragón has moved to Gritwood Dispute Resolution S.C. - effective as of February 2024.

Practice head(s):

Elsa Ortega

Testimonials

Their strengths are their knowledge and mastery of the topics, and if there is any doubt, they investigate and resolve it; they have communication skills, they put professionalism before any fees, charges, etc., in truth there is a genuine interest in resolving the issue You feel part of your in-house legal department.

The client vs lawyer treatment really becomes a relationship of wanting to resolve the matter. They are 100% involved in the subject, regardless of the area that corresponds to them.

The team stands out for its in-depth legal knowledge and its ability to analyze disputes.

Luis Jardón has extensive experience and knowledge of international and domestic law applicable to the solution of arbitration proceedings.

The team grew at the end of last year with the incorporation of Sofía Gómez Ruano and Elsa Ortega, excellent additions to the team who stand out for their experience and performance in international arbitration. I highlight the professional quality of the professionals involved, the sensitivity in response times, as well as the attention to detail.

We recommend Sofía Gómez Ruano, Elsa Ortega, Héctor Anaya Mondragón and Luis Jardón.

Key clients

Legacy Vulcan

Monterra Energy

Servicios y Terminales de Tuxpan

Work highlights

  • Representing Legacy Vulcan in a high-profile NAFTA arbitration before ICSID against Mexico, acting as co-counsel with Covington & Burling LLP.
  • Acted for Monterra Energy in NAFTA proceedings against Mexico resulting from an arbitrary shutdown of its fuel oil storage terminal in Tuxpan, Mexico, by the Energy Regulatory Commission.

Mexico > Labour and employment Tier 2

One client of Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. credits its practice head Francisco Peniche’s ‘great experience and leadership’ with making its labour and employment group ‘an incredible team’. The department is a key component of the firm’s full-service offering and advises on all relevant issues that result from the transactional work handled by its market-leading corporate and M&A practice. The department houses specialists in union matters, harassment and discrimination, and social security, raising it above being a simple support team. Peniche is an experienced advisor to multinational companies and covers matters ranging from employment compliance, restructurings and hiring structures, to collective bargaining agreements and investigations. Julio Álvarez has a focus on the labour aspects of M&A, reorganisations, and both employee and executive compensation. The partners are ably supported by senior associates María Fernanda Pariente, who specialises in conflict resolution, and Rodrigo Espíritu Santo, an experienced counsel to finance and oil-and-gas clients. At the firm’s Monterrey office, senior associate Alicia Abúndez heads the sub-group dedicated to social security matters.

Practice head(s):

Francisco Peniche

Testimonials

In general, the team seems very good to me and, above all, empathetic with the issues that happen in the company, always providing support; I do not see that they have any shortcomings compared to other offices.

Rodrigo Espíritu Santo seems very professional to me, always giving an answer, even when the situation gets complicated. Julio Álvarez, always very objective, taking care of the interests of his clients. Francisco Peniche, without a doubt his great experience and leadership of the team makes Creel an incredible team.

They have good depth of people and knowledge, are responsive, client-focused and intelligent, and able to handle complex legal matters.

Key clients

Citigroup

Steel Dynamics

Sizzling Platter

Groupe Latécoère

Reckitt Benckiser Group

Mead Johnson & Company

Siemens

Mondelēz International

L’Oréal

Alveg

Nord Anglia Education

Herman Miller

PayPal Holdings

Prologis Property Mexico

Grupo Valoran

Work highlights

  • Advising Citigroup on the analysis and structuring of the sale of its consumer banking business in Mexico.
  • Acted for Sizzling Platter on its union strategy in Mexico, including designing and implementing the process to comply with changes to labour law and international treaties regarding freedom of association.
  • Advised Mondelēz on a multi-union conflict that affected its manufacturing site in Puebla.

Mexico > Life sciences Tier 2

The September-2022 hire of senior associate David Campos -formerly at Baker Mckenzie- marked a notable step in the consolidation of the practice group at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.; in addition to ten years private practice experience (and a six-month secondment as in house counsel at Sanofi Pasteur), Campos also has an LLM in Global Health law. He joins a team that is primarily focused on providing regulatory and transactional advice (in the pharma, healthcare, medical device, biotech, and food and beverage industries), on matters such as compliance with sanitary regulations, labelling requirements, and the obtaining of registrations and authorisations, as well as transactional advice and -increasingly- contentious matters. It is also active in relation to the chemical industry, notably as regards the manufacture, import and marketing of toxic and hazardous substances, pesticides, and plant nutrients; and has seen an uptick in specialised administrative litigation related to COFEPRIS’ procedures and verification visits. The practice is co-led by senior regulatory and insurance partner Leonel Pereznieto and counsel Guillermo Govela, a former adviser to the Federal Commissioner at COFEPRIS and legal coordinator at Mexico’s Ministry for Health. Additional associate support is provided by semi-senior Rebeca Díaz (who has a focus on food and non-alcoholic beverage regulation), and Andrés Urbano (whose practice is centred on tobacco and alcoholic beverage regulation); both of them are also key to the firm’s ability to handle the due diligence processes of M&A transactions with a health care/life sciences component. On the contentious front, the team can call on the capabilities of counsel and administrative litigation specialist Héctor Anaya. Recent matters have seen the team particularly active with regard to regulatory reviews, analysis and opinions, while on the healthcare side, it has been engaged in a number of transactions in the private health segment (involving hospitals and clinics), as well as M&A involving laboratories.

Practice head(s):

Leonel Pereznieto; Guillermo Govela

Testimonials

They have experience not only as lawyers, but have also been members of different government bodies which allows them to know the different approaches that consultations can take.

Experience, practicality, business orientation.

In the case of health law, partner Guillermo Govela has extensive experience in this legal field.

Guillermo Govela has experience in the area of health, he worked for many years in that sector within the Government, which means that he knows the issues in depth.

Key clients

Bristol Myers Squibb de México

Amgen México

Grupo Nacional Provincial

Colgate Palmolive

The Bazooka Companies

The Not Company

Axa Seguros

FEMSA Servicios

Inovio Pharmaceuticals

Monster Beverage Corporation

Work highlights

  • Advised Inovio Pharmaceuticals on the regulatory implications of modifying the original purpose of its Covid-19 vaccine (for which the team had obtained the necessary clinical trial authorisations before COFEPRIS back in 2021), to use as heterologous booster, including an analysis on the Mexican applicable rules and regulations for emergency use authorisation.
  • Advising AXA Seguros (Mexico) on the M&A and insurance regulatory aspects of its joint venture with Keralty (for the purpose of including healthcare services a part of the insurance offering for AXA’s clients), so as to ensure that the structure of the transaction is compliant from a life sciences regulatory perspective.
  • Legal and regulatory advice for Bristo Myers Squibb de México regarding the regulation of orphan drugs (and the process for their inclusion in the National Compendium of Health Supplies), so as to ascertain the pros and cons of maintaing the status of two of BMS’s products as orphan drugs or switching their regulatory classification to that of allopathic drugs; the advisory involved procedures before both COFEPRIS and the National Health Council (CSG).

Mexico > Projects and infrastructure Tier 2

Unconditional focus on the client’s needs and market intelligence’ are the calling cards of Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.’s nine-strong practice, which is known for its expertise in developing and financing infrastructure projects in the oil-and-gas, renewables, telecoms, transport (including airports, railroads and toll roads), water and waste management sectors. The group is regularly instructed by international and domestic sponsors, developers, engineering and construction companies, investors and financiers, as well as Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE). The practice is co-led by partners Santiago Sepúlveda, who handles the structuring, development and financing of infrastructure projects, along with M&A and private equity investments; and José Ignacio Segura, who focuses on the electricity and natural gas industries from both regulatory and transactional perspectives. Counsel Vanessa Gimenez and senior associate Ana Irma Amado major on energy and infrastructure transactions, while associate Juan Carlos Luna R supports on matters relating to oil-and-gas, infrastructure, project finance and PPPs. Since publication, Luna has been promoted to counsel - effective as of January 2024.

Practice head(s):

Santiago Sepúlveda; José Ignacio Segura

Testimonials

One of the best firms in Mexico, if not the best. Unconditional focus on the client’s needs and market intelligence make Creel a firm without equal.

Extensive knowledge of industry, regulations, market players and the ability to protect the client from risk.

José Ignacio Segura is an outstanding lawyer in energy matters. One of the best lawyers I have ever worked with.

Key clients

Mitsui

CFEnergía

China Three Gorges

Comisión Federal de Electricidad

InfraRed Capital Partners

Work highlights

  • Advised CFEnergía on its joint venture with TC Energy.
  • Represented Mitsui, as Mexican lead counsel, on the sale of a 100% equity interest in the independent power producer portfolio consisting of a 247.5MW and a 495MW combined cycle power plant, among others.
  • Advised Comisión Federal de Electricidad on the renewal of a $1,5bn revolving syndicated loan.

Mexico > Energy and natural resources Tier 3

As -arguably- the leading full-service firm in Mexico, Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. inevitably has a robust offering across the country’s key energy and natural resources space. Since the opening of the market to private investment two decades ago, the firm has acted for clients on both transactional and regulatory matters within the oil and gas, petrochemicals, power, mining and water industries. Its familiarity with the market and regulatory landscape, combined with broader corporate and M&A strength, means the practice continues to be a destination for companies conducting transactions in these sectors. Project development and financing expert Santiago Sepúlveda leads the team in conjunction with José Ignacio Segura, who has a wealth of experience advising clients in the electricity generation and natural gas industries, especially on project finance matters. Experienced associate Juan Carlos Luna -a former Deputy General Director of the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH)- has experience across oil and gas, power generation, infrastructure, project finance and public private partnerships.

Practice head(s):

Santiago Sepúlveda; José Ignacio Segura

Testimonials

The quality of advice, availability and knowledge of the industry and the market. It compares very favorably with other offices.

Knowledge and experience.

Key clients

Mitsui

CFEnergía

China Three Gorges

Comisión Federal de Electricidad

InfraRed Capital Partners

Work highlights

  • Represented CFEnergía, the fuel marketing subsidiary of Comisión Federal de Electricidad, in its joint venture with TC Energy.
  • Acted for Mitsui, as Mexican lead counsel, on the sale of a 100% equity interest in the independent power producer portfolio comprised of several power plants and a natural gas pipeline.
  • Advised Comisión Federal de Electricidad on the renewal of a $1.5bn revolving syndicated loan.

Mexico > TMT Tier 3

Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C.’s TMT department houses ‘stand-out lawyers in their practice’, has a tradition of strength in transactional and antitrust matters but today demonstrates increasing prowess on the regulatory side of the practice. In that capacity, the team has had a particular focus on structuring operations for new entrants in emerging technology markets. Practice head Jorge Kargl is an expert in merger control filings and investigations, with experience in the TMT space in that respect, as well as in regulatory matters and constitutional appeals. Litigator Sara Gutiérrez has particular niche expertise in matters that fall between the competing jurisdictions of the country’s antitrust authority and its TMT regulatory body. Counsel Gaby Finkel is a key figure in IP matters and the firm’s ESG practice; while at associate level, Jessica González supports on TMT-specific antitrust and competition work, and Dafne Méndez has expertise in the impact of new legislation against cultural appropriation.

Practice head(s):

Jorge Kargl

Testimonials

The Creel team is the most creative team I have worked with. They found numerous solutions to a very difficult issue and listened to the client’s concerns. They had exceptional knowledge of the law and the legal processes.

The creativity and ability to come up with alternative solutions to difficult issues really made Creel stand out. Jorge Kargl, Jessica Gonzalez, and Sara Gutierrez are all stand-out lawyers in their practice.

Key clients

Akamai Technologies

Amazon

Aston Martin

AT&T

Audi

Avaya

Canadian Pacific Railway

DAZN

Equinix

Flo Networks

Genesys

HP

KDDI Japan

Lamborghini

Meta

NFL

Payclip

Salesforce

Spotify

Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners

Stride Inc

Uber

Work highlights

  • Represented HP and Plantronics (Poly) in the Mexican portion of HP’s $3.3bn acquisition of Poly.
  • Acted for Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners on its $2.7bn acquisition of the Latin American business of Lumen Technologies.
  • Advised AT&T on its $43bn sale of WarnerMedia to Discovery.

Mexico > Dispute resolution: litigation Tier 4

Full service powerhouse Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. supplements its market leading transactional offering with a steadily-developing litigation department that is praised as being ‘wonderful to work with’. The practice group excels in administrative litigation - a key contentious segment during the current administration- and has increasingly built out its constitutional litigation expertise. Indeed, the firm's contentious capabilities (in all areas bar IP and tax) were reorganised in 2022 to form a single 12-strong core group that handles a broad array of litigation, including competition cases and those with an economic component. The department is led by 20-years disputes' veteran Sara Gutiérrez who was raised to the partnership in January 2023 and is especially well-known for administrative litigation and cases involving economic factors and/or anti-competitive practices. She is seconded by counsel Héctor Anaya Mondragón (‘one of the best lawyers in the firm’), whose broad disputes practice encompasses litigation and arbitration. Associate Rafael Morales Alaniz is also a noted team member, with expertise in administrative litigation across various industries, as well as amparo cases and contentious antitrust matters.

Practice head(s):

Sara Gutiérrez

Testimonials

The litigation team worked seamlessly with the antitrust team. Both teams were very creative and extremely knowledgeable in their subject areas.

The litigation and antitrust teams were wonderful to work with, and were the most creative lawyers I have worked with. They found many alternative solutions to a very difficult issue, and had an exceptional knowledge of the law.

Creel is a good litigation firm in Mexico, its team is made up of people from the best universities worldwide with extensive experience in working on difficult transactions in the Mexican market.

Hector Anaya, is one of the best lawyers in the firm, he is a person with a high sense of urgency and focused on our business. I am very grateful to Hector for all his support of our organisation.

Key clients

Amgen México

Asociación Mexicana de FIBRAs Inmobiliarias (AMEFIBRA)

Calizas industriales del Carmen

Henkel

JT International

Microsoft México

Mission Hills

Pegaso PCS

Reckitt Benckiser

Servicios y Terminales de Tuxpan

Telra

Work highlights

  • Represented the local SPV of a North American investor that has been subject of multiple actions by the Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE).
  • Acted for an international pharmaceutical company in a dispute with COFEPRIS.
  • Representing Legacy Vulcan in administrative litigations related to a $1.2bn investor-state arbitration under Nafta’s chapter 11 against Mexico.

Mexico > Intellectual property Tier 4

Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. maintains a robust intellectual property offering that regularly assists clients with filing and prosecution of applications to obtain, maintain, and renew its intellectual property rights and protection. The team is equipped to handle the full array of intangible assets, including patents, trade marks, utility models, industrial designs, slogans and copyrights. Counsel Gaby Finkel heads the department and draws on considerable experience in an in-house position that gives her and the team a strong commercial aspect. Associate Sofía Castañón assists on the full range of matters.

Practice head(s):

Gaby Finkel

Testimonials

Technically the firm is of the best level. They know how to respond through a single point of contact to all aspects related to a query, an issue that in Mexico is still difficult to obtain.

Business orientation. They don’t just give their opinion as lawyers, but they make sure that their point of view is understood from a business perspective.

The team is very attentive. Always with timely answers to our questions, finding the way in which the projects are achieved. Deep understanding of the importance of projects with social causes, and the impact that their work has for the better functioning of these projects. The relationship with the team is always very professional, but at the same time friendly. They make sure that complex terms and situations are easy to understand and cope with.

The human quality is reflected in their work. The commitment to the pro-bono projects, dedication and attention to detail is noticeable. Sofía Castañón and Gaby Finkel have been outstanding attorneys working with them for the protection of our intellectual property.

Key clients

Vista Oil & Gas

Spin Ventures

Teach for All

Riot Games

Scala

Idesa

Violetta

Organización Juvenil Mexico

Consejo Consultivo de Finanzas Sostenibles

Inroads

Work highlights

  • Assisting Vista Oil & Gas with a legal strategy to prepare and submit 85 trade mark registration applications to better position the client in the energy sector by rebranding efforts.
  • Advised Spin Ventures on reviewing its terms and conditions on projects with third parties to guarantee that they have proper authorisations to use third-party IP rights, and the registration of their main trade marks and logos.
  • Advised Premier Paint Roller on an appeal against the denial of a declaration of use.

Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez 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 which  has over 85 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, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez 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’s practice areas include administrative litigation and claims, arbitration and dispute resolution, banking and finance, bankruptcy and restructurings, capital markets, corporate and commercial, employment and labor, energy and natural resources, environmental, ESG, 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, transportation.

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Mexico City
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Photo Name Position Profile
Carlos  Aiza photo Carlos Aiza Firm´s Senior Partner and Chairman of the Board
Rodrigo Castelazo photo Rodrigo Castelazo Partner
Jean Michel  Enríquez photo Jean Michel Enríquez Partner & Member of the Firm´s Board of Directors
Luis Gerardo  García Santos Coy photo Luis Gerardo García Santos Coy Partner & Member of the Firm´s Board of Directors
Francisco  Montalvo photo Francisco Montalvo Partner
Jorge Montaño photo Jorge Montaño Partner
Francisco  Peniche photo Francisco Peniche Partner
Leonel  Pereznieto photo Leonel Pereznieto Partner
Giovanni  Ramírez Garrido photo Giovanni Ramírez Garrido Partner
Santiago  Sepúlveda  photo Santiago Sepúlveda Partner
Pedro  Velasco photo Pedro Velasco Member of the Firm´s Board of Directos and Managing Partner
Carlos  Zamarrón photo Carlos Zamarrón Partner
Carlos  de Icaza  photo Carlos de Icaza Partner
Carlos  del Río  photo Carlos del Río Partner
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