Carlos González's practice concentrates on financial regulatory matters, banking law, Fintech, mergers and acquisitions and capital markets.
Since 2017, Carlos has worked in White & Case's Mexico City office counseling several financial institutions and Fintechs with regard to regulatory compliance issues, cloud computing services, blockchain, payment systems, crypto, and authorizations before financial authorities.
Carlos worked as an international lawyer in 2017 at the New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP after obtaining an LL.M. degree from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law where Carlos graduated with honors. During his stay at Cleary Gottlieb, Carlos was involved primarily in capital markets transactions involving Latin American issuers.
From 2012 to 2015, Carlos served as the legal advisor to the Deputy Minister of Finance at the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit. During that time, Carlos participated in several matters in connection with the Mexican financial system and international financial institutions. Carlos was part of the team that drafted the Mexican Financial Reform and led the team who drafted the constitutional amendment that ended the practice of using the minimum wage as a reference unit and implemented the Unidad de Medida y Actualización as a new measurement unit.
In 2023, Carlos obtained an MBA degree from Egade Business School.