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Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes S.C.

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Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes, S.C.




Patrick focuses on representing Mexican and foreign clients in a wide range of corporate transactions, including public and private offerings of equity, debt and structured securities, financings and mergers and acquisitions.

He has worked on multiple domestic and international offerings representing issuers, investment banks and other financial institutions. In addition, he has been involved in several mergers and acquisitions banking and other corporate finance transactions in Mexico and the United States.

Practice areas:


Mergers and Aquisitions

Capital Markets


English and Spanish


Associate since 2008


Masters in Law, LL.M.; University of Michigan Law School, 2010- 2011.
Law Degree Universidad Panamericana, A.C. 2001- 2006.
Admitted to Practice in Mexico, 2007.

Lawyer Rankings

Mexico > Banking and finance

(Next Generation Partners)

Patrick MeshoulamMijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes S.C.

Positioned at the forefront of the banking and finance market in Mexico, Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes S.C.‘s stellar practice offers a full range of financing types for domestic and cross-border transactions, with a special focus on syndicated loans along with asset, leveraged, project and real estate finance. The infrastructure, energy and real estate sectors constitute core activities for the group, which has also seen an uptick in fintech related mandates, recently. The sizable practice – which regularly represents Mexican and international corporates, banks and other financial entities – has a deep senior bench including notable practitioner Ricardo Maldonado, who is particularly skilled at structuring syndicated loans; along with Manuel Echave and Patricio Trad (both handle banking, corporate and structured finance, and capital markets); Martín Sánchez (capital markets, corporate finance); Francisco Ibañez (banking, finance, capital markets); Pilar Mata (banking; project finance); Ignacio Armida (financing transactions); Patrick Meshoulam (financings; equity, debt and structured securities offerings); and Carlos Jiménez – who was appointed partner in July 2021, and has represented creditors and debtors in a number of financings in both Mexico and the US, including syndicated loans and project finance. Since publication, the associate group has been further strengthened with the hire of Jorge Javier Mendizábal from Galicia Abogados S.C. – effective as of November 2022.

Mexico > Capital markets

(Next Generation Partners)

Patrick MeshoulamMijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes S.C.

Impressing clients with its ‘combination of in-depth knowledge of the laws, regulations, as well as the regulatory authorities’, Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes S.C.‘s capital markets practice is also hailed for its ‘open attitude and total willingness to take the client by the hand in the development and execution of their operations’. The group advises issuers, underwriters, structuring agents, investors and rating agencies, and is adept at handling a wide range of transactions, including FIBRAs, CERPIs, and CKDs. The team co-led by deeply experienced practitioners Ricardo Maldonado, Patricio Trad, Manuel Echave, and Martín Sánchez, who is particularly skilled at advising issuers in regulated sectors required to comply with strict timing requirements, while also regularly acting for issuers on compliance matters and administrative proceedings with regulators. The practice also fields a second line of younger partners, notably Patrick Meshoulam, who boasts solid knowledge managing debt and equity transactions; and Carlos Jiménez, who was promoted in July 2021. Associate Victoria Dicktiar is another name to note.

Mexico > Corporate and M&A

Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes S.C. appeals to clients for its ‘incredible services, high-quality legal advice and analysis’, as well as for its ‘great customer service’. Twenty-five years’ ‘extensive experience’ in the corporate and M&A space advising buyers, sellers and investors on a variety of domestic and cross-border transactions, attest to the group’s strength in this field, establishing it as a firm of reference for both domestic and international clients, including private equity funds in Mexico. The department boasts a solid array of talent, including Ricardo Maldonado, who also focuses part of his practice to corporate governance mandates; Patricio Trad, who is particularly experienced in corporate transactions and structured finance matters; and Martín Sánchez, who of late has led acquisitions in the energy field. Closely supporting them is a bench of impressive younger partners composed of Patrick Meshoulam, Carlos Jiménez and Francisco Glennie. The pharmaceutical, real estate, infrastructure, energy and TMT sectors are among the department’s mainstays. Recent work highlights include representing Televisa in the merger of its media, content and production assets with Univision.