juillet 20 2021

Mayer Brown strengthens financial and corporate capabilities in Mexico City with addition of Francisco García-Naranjo González

Mayer Brown announced today that Francisco García-Naranjo González has joined the firm’s Mexico City office as a partner in the Banking & Finance practice. Mr. García-Naranjo joins from White & Case LLP.

“Francisco García-Naranjo is an undisputed market leader in financial transactional and regulatory work,” said Paul Jorissen, a co-leader of Mayer Brown's Banking & Finance practice. “His lengthy track record and firm grasp of the financial market, together with his experience in complex regulatory and transactional matters, further bolster the strength of our global Banking & Finance practice.”

Mr. García-Naranjo focuses his practice on financial regulatory and financial and foreign investment transactions. He has extensive experience in obtaining regulatory authorizations for the establishment, operation and M&A of financial institutions in Mexico, including banks, financial groups and retirement fund managers. He regularly advises local and global financial institutions and Fintech companies on corporate law, corporate governance, M&A, joint ventures and banking.

“I’ve long known Mayer Brown’s collegial team of lawyers with whom I share an entrepreneurial and business-oriented manner of providing legal services with the highest-quality and ethical standards,” said Mr. García-Naranjo. “I look forward to continue building my practice while working alongside a highly inclusive group of colleagues that embody the spirit of teamwork.”

“Francisco García-Naranjo´s arrival and prominent practice enhance our existing capabilities for the financial services sector in Mexico and further strengthens the firm’s bench of talented lawyers,” said Francisco Mendez, the managing partner of Mayer Brown’s Mexico City office.

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