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Monterrey

Hogan Lovells BSTL, S.C.

Ricardo Margáin 444, Piso 12, Torre Norte
Valle del Campestre
San Pedro Garza García, N.L.
66265
Mexico

With top-tier knowledge of local law and Mexican business culture, Hogan Lovells BSTL is uniquely suited to advise Mexican and international clients on all their legal and business needs. As the Mexican market expands and reforms continue to alter the business landscape, we help our clients make sure they’re poised to take advantage of the country’s unprecedented growth opportunities.

Our Monterrey office has been very active with local companies and foreign companies investing in Mexico. We understand the local market’s sensibilities and provide a highly qualified mix of legal knowledge, experience, and dynamism to best represent our clients.

Our lawyers are recognized as leaders in Mexico and around the world by major trade publications and legal directories, including Chambers (Latin America and Global), Best Lawyers, Latin Lawyer, and other publications reporting on the legal industry.

Representative Experience

We’re representing Lafarge in a merger and joint venture with Elementia, valued at US$800m, for its cement operations in Mexico.

Local representation of Affinia in the sale of its business to Mann+Hummel.

Local representation of Pamplona Capital Management in the acquisition of BBB Industries and financing thereof.


Representation of Owens Illinois in the acquisition of Vitro.


Banorte in a US$200m private loan to Mexico Retail Properties for the construction and development of up to 15 shopping centers in Mexico.


Representation of Banorte in a private loan to Grupo Insar for the construction and development of a shopping center in San Pedro Garza García.

Represented Del Monte Corporation in Mexico in the sale of its US$500m food production and distribution division.

Representation of Banorte in a refinancing to Stiva for the construction and development of five shopping centers.

Representation of the State of Oaxaca in a US$65m credit facility granted by lender BBVA Bancomer to the State guaranteed by federal tax revenues.

Representation of Banca Afirme in the assignment of certain contractor collection rights to a payment trust for payment by the State of Nuevo León.

Band 1 in Dispute Resolution and Arbitration

Chambers Global, 2014
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