Mayuca Salazar brings to the table a combination of experience and the vitality of a new generation, using knowledge and creativity to present clients with solutions and alternatives.

She understands and implements complex transactions, and intuitively connects with clients, adapting to and meeting challenges in dynamic and evolving practice areas, such as finance and energy in emerging markets.

Mayuca focuses on mergers and acquisitions, finance, energy, real estate, and general corporate matters. She has led and coordinated lawyer teams for numerous share and asset acquisition and sales, real estate transactions, and structured financing. Having past work experience in the U.S. and in global law firms, she regularly helps foreign clients with their business ventures in Mexico.

Awards and recognitions


Banking & Finance (Mexico), Up and Coming
Chambers Latin America


Banking and Finance
The Legal 500 Latin America

Education and admissions


LL.M., The University of Texas at Austin, 2006

Licenciado en Derecho, Tecnológico de Monterrey, 2001

Related practices

Capital Markets

Representative experience

Represented a private equity Mexican firm in structuring secured loans for small to mid-sized companies and family businesses.

Advised a U.S. oil and gas company in the incorporation of a Mexican subsidiary and their joint venture with an important Mexican public company.

Assisted major energy firms, including state oil companies, in the sale and purchase of oil refineries in South America.

Represented a renewable energy company in the negotiation and sale of its wind farm project in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.

Represented a U.S. bank in the negotiation of a secured loan with a Mexican public company from the automotive sector.

Represented a U.S. air conditioning manufacturer in the sale of its distribution business in Mexico.

Advised private investors in diverse business ventures, including startups, real estate investments, and private secured loans.

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