Carlos Ramos Miranda
Given his diverse practice, Carlos Ramos Miranda is viewed as a practical, business-oriented, and result-driven counsel who finds creative solutions to complex problems.
Carlos practices general corporate, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), insurance, infrastructure, and energy law in Mexico. He works with clients in many industries on M&A transactions; the Due Diligence Review (DDR) process; negotiating contracts; securing regulatory permits; and post-merger integration issues. He intervenes in important compliance and investigations cases.
In the insurance sector, Carlos is known for his regulatory advice. He sits in the boards of several insurance companies, and advises clients in insurance companies, brokers, and syndicates on corporate, regulatory, and compliance matters. Carlos is currently considered as Band 1 by Chambers and Partners in the practice of insurance law.
Representing infrastructure and energy clients, Carlos advises International oil companies (IOCs), National oil companies (NOCs), and service companies in their transactions and projects. Carlos has participated in more than 20 water projects in Mexico and abroad, and has advised Mexico's national oil company Pemex in the design and implementation of multiple services contracts, incentivized contracts, and, more recently, in Pemex migrations and farm-outs.
Carlos has been a professor at various universities, including Universidad Iberoamericana, Universidad Panamericana, Universidad Anhajuac, and ITAM.
"[P]articipated in the main milestones of the Mexican legal framework regarding oil and gas."
"[F]ocuses his infrastructure work on energy, natural resources and water projects. Market commentators highlight his appreciation of the client's needs."
Areas of Focus
Assisted Pemex in migration process.
Assisted Statoil in round 1 Mexican bid process.
Assisted ACE in its acquisition of Fianzas Monterrey.
Helped various clients set up new insurance companies.
Assisting ACE Limited in its Chubb Acquisition.
Assisted various entities in more than 16 waste water treatment projects and aqueducts.
Assisted Assa Abloy in various acquisitions in Mexico.
Assisted Lloyds in setting up representative office in Mexico.
Named to the 2015 Latin American Corporate Counsel Association (LACCA) list of recommended lawyers - Energy
Chambers Latin America, Band 3, Energy & Natural Resources
Chambers Latin America, Band 2, Insurance by Chambers and Partners
Chambers Latin America, Leading Individual in Energy & Natural Resources
Energy and Insurance