Andrés Mosqueira

Partner, Mexico City



Andrés Mosqueira joined the Mexico City office of the Firm in 2007. Mr. Mosqueira's practice has focused in financial regulatory matters, infrastructure projects, mergers and acquisitions, financial restructuring, public procurement as well as general corporate matters. His experience includes advising Mexican and non-Mexican clients in meeting regulatory compliance obligations with the Mexican financial, antitrust and aeronautic regulatory authorities. Mr. Mosqueira's practice is also focused on corporate governance compliance and disputes, both for public and private companies. Mr. Mosqueira also has experience in equipment leasing and aviation matters, as well as in public procurement and public-private partnerships.

Mr. Mosqueira joined White & Case's Miami office as international lawyer in 2012 and returned to White & Case's Mexico City office in 2013.

Bars and Courts
Authorized to practice law in Mexico
New York State Bar
Columbia University School of Law
Attorney at Law (Abogado)
Universidad Iberoamericana


Representation of Hipotecaria Crédito y Casa S.A. de C.V., a major non-bank mortgage and construction lender in Mexico, in its liquidation process including the restructuring of its banking and securities debt of more than US$1 billion.

Representation of Goldman Sachs and ICA as sponsors in the bidding process, proposal, award and financing of a 30-year concession to operate and maintain over 550 km of toll roads in Mexico for approximately US$4 billion from the SCT and the Mexican Toll Road Bailout Fund (FARAC).

Advisor to the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit in the review and improvement of the existing regulatory and legal framework applicable to Public Private Partnerships in Mexico.

Representation of Boeing Capital Leasing Limited in the repossession and export of aircraft leased to Click, a sister airline of Mexicana de Aviación currently under a business reorganization proceeding.

Representation of EchoStar Corporation in the formation of a joint venture company, DISH Mexico, with Grupo MVS, S.A. de C.V. for the purposes of operating direct-to-home satellite television services to subscribers in Mexico.