The Linklaters law firm creates a group dedicated to Mexico, where it has a permanent presence in the country to reinforce its capabilities in Latin America. Lawyer Alberto Garca Linera, managing associate of the firm, will lead this working group from Mexico City.

The firm thus reinforces its commitment to Latin America. This new group will allow the firm to provide better advice to its clients, fully adjusted to their needs by having access to better knowledge of the market and strengthening existing relationships with the best local law firms.

Garca Linera will have the support of lawyers from all the firm’s offices, with special involvement from the United States (New York and Washington, DC) and Spain (Madrid) offices.

“Having Alberto Garca Linera in Mexico will allow us to be better positioned,” says Matthew Poulter, Linklaters partner and co-director of the firm’s practice in Latin America.

igo Berrcano, Linklaters partner and co-sponsor of this initiative, stresses that “the creation of the Mexico Group demonstrates the importance of Mexico for our firm and our clients.” In his opinion, “the deep knowledge of the market and the wide network of contacts that Alberto Garca Linera has in the country make him perfect to lead this new project.” Berrcano also emphasizes that “Latin America is one of the most important emerging regions in the world and Mexico is expected to be one of the markets that continues to grow despite the current economic situation, while continuing to attract investment from top international investors. level”.

For his part, Matthew Poulter, partner at Linklaters and co-director of the firm’s practice in Latin America, points out that “our clients need practical experience in the jurisdiction in which they invest and a team that can handle their diverse needs in different areas.” Poulter emphasizes that “having Garca Linera in Mexico will allow us to be better positioned to be able to think globally and act locally, through the appropriate combination of local advice and our international capabilities.”

As a senior lawyer, Garca Linera has almost 10 years of experience having worked in the firm’s offices in Madrid and New York, where he was dedicated to advising on operations in the Latin American market, with special dedication in Mexico.

The lawyer has extensive experience in various cross-border financial and corporate operations, especially highlighting his solid track record in advising financial institutions and listed companies on securities market operations including debt and equity issues as well as hybrid, convertible or exchangeable instruments and regulatory capital, having participated in securities offerings registered with the SEC and other regulators such as the CNMV and offers in accordance with Rule 144A and Reg S in different jurisdictions. He also has extensive experience in bank financing and restructuring operations, mergers and acquisitions, and in other corporate and corporate matters, including corporate governance.

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