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Eduardo Diego-Fernández Forseck joined the Mexico City office of White & Case in 2012. His practice has focused on financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, leasing and purchasing of aircraft and aeronautical equipment, and other general corporate matters.
Eduardo has participated in several mergers and acquisitions transactions, including the sale of Turín Holding to Mars, Inc., the investment of Black River Asset Management, LLC. in EnerAll Master and the acquisition of Grupo Fertinal by an affiliate of Pemex Fertilizantes.
Additionally, Eduardo has represented several clients in the application process to obtain authorization by the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission (Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores) to be organized and operate as multiple banking institutions, including Banco Bancrea y Unión de Crédito Progreso, which was incorporated as one of the first limited-license banks in Mexico.
Eduardo was part of the team who assessed Industrial and Commercial Bank of China México (ICBC), which was incorporated as the first bank in Mexico with foreign government participation, as well as Intercam Casa de Bolsa and its affiliates in the request process to obtain authorization by the Mexican Ministry of Finance (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público) to be organized and operated as a financial group (grupo financiero) named Intercam Grupo Financiero.
Eduardo has participated in several projects relating to the purchase and leasing of aircraft to clients such as AWAS Aviation Trading Limited, Aviation Capital Group Corp., Regional One, Inc. and GE Capital Aviation Services, among others.
La Corte y el fin del Principio Pro Homine en México (The Court and the end of the Pro Homine Principle in Mexico), "El Juego de la Suprema Corte" ("The Game of the Supreme Court") judicial blog of Nexos journal, May 5, 2014