Mayer Brown announced the expansion of its Mexico City office, adding new lawyers with energy, infrastructure and projects expertise.
The team is led by partner Ariel Ramos who joins from his firm Ramos Marcín Abogados witgh two associates.
“With nearly 25 years of experience, Ariel is highly regarded in Mexico and Latin America for his strength in advising companies, financial institutions and governmental agencies from around the world on complex energy, infrastructure and projects transactions with cross-border legal implications in Mexico,” said Douglas Doetsch, co-leader of Mayer Brown’s global Banking & Finance practice.
Prior to setting up his own law firm earlier in 2016, Ramos served as the leader of Haynes and Boone energy, projects and energy finance practice in Mexico for three years. Before Haynes and Boone, he was head of the energy, infrastructure and project finance practice at White & Case in Mexico for 15 years. He primarily focuses his practice on finance, oil & gas, renewable energy, infrastructure, government procurement, PPPs, project finance, and energy and infrastructure finance.