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Juan José Trevilla Fabregas joined White & Case in 2010. His practice areas includes among others, financings, corporate law, foreign investments, mergers and acquisitions, and securities.
Mr. Trevilla's experience includes, procedures before the National Banking and Securities Commission, the Mexican Stock Exchange, the National Registry of Foreign Investments, as well as the translation of complex legal and financial documentation. Additionally, Mr. Trevilla has participated in many trust certificate offerings in Mexico.
Before joining White & Case, Mr. Trevilla worked in the legal department of a leading propane gas company.
Representation of PineBridge Investments LLC, a multi-asset class investment manager, and its subsidiary PineBridge de México, in connection with a MXN 2.11 billion (approximately US$170 million) public offering in Mexico of CKDs (certificados bursátiles de capital de desarrollo) issued by a Fund of Funds in the form of a trust.
Representation of Banco Nacional de México, in a US$11.5 million reopening of a facility now amounting to US$192 million, granted to Mexican vehicles owned by Mexico Retail Properties I, an investment fund that is part of MRP Group and Black Creek Group, to be used for the construction and operation of ten shopping centers throughout Mexico.
Representation of Banco Nacional de México, as lender, in the transfer of the outstanding debt under two current loan facilities of Mexico Retail Properties Fund I, and Mexico Retail Properties Venture II, to Fideicomiso 1401 (Fibra Uno), as part of the acquisition of certain assets and real state property of the MRP Group by Fibra Uno.
Representation of China Development Bank (CDB) in the drafting and execution of the amendments to two loan facilities granted by CDB to Comunicaciones Nextel México for the construction and development of its 3G network.
Representation of Dalton Efectivo Seguro, in its first auto lease securitization for MXN 300 million (approximately US$23.8 million), under its MXN 2 billion (approximately US$158.7 million) program, authorized in Mexico. The issuance was executed though a SPV in the form of a Mexican trust in which Banco Nacional de México (Banamex) acted as trustee. The trust certificates are listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange and registered in Mexico.