Eduardo joined White & Case in 2014 and has focused his practice in advising and structuring transactions in the fields of mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, securities and banking.
Mr. Sanchez's experience includes procedures before the National Banking and Securities Commission, the Mexican Stock Exchange, the National Registry of Foreign Investments, as a part of public and private offerings in Mexico of different instruments.
Eduardo has also participated in pro bono matters related to anti-corruption and financial inclusion for the Alliance for Financial Inclusion.
Represented of SGFP México, S.A. de C.V. (SGFP), a wholly owned subsidiary of Société Générale, to establish in Mexico a new registered multi-securities issuance program for up to MXN 23 billion (approximately US$1.23 billion) to offer debt certificates (certificados bursátiles), structured debt certificates (certificados bursátiles denominados valores estructurados) and warrants (titulos opcionales). Additionally also advised SGFP in its first Mexican peso-denominated issuance of structured debt certificates under the program, for a total amount of MXN 120 million (approximately US$6.4 million), using the MXN/USD exchange rate as underlying asset.
Represented of BNP Paribas Personal Finance, S.A. de C.V., SOFOM E.R. (BNPPPF) as issuer and BNP Paribas as guarantor in the third Mexican pesos-denominated issuance of BNPPPF'S debt securities in the form of CBs (certificados bursátiles) for a total of MXN 2,000 million, publicly offered in the Mexican securities market and issued under its locally registered CB Program.
Represented Banco Multiva, S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple, Grupo Financiero Multiva (Multiva), in the second, third and fourth Mexican pesos-denominated issuances of Multiva's debt securities in the form of CBs (certificados bursátiles) under its locally registered CB Program for an aggregated amount of MXN $10,000 million.
Represented SGFP México, S. de R.L de C.V. as issuer and Société Générale as guarantor in a fifth dollar-denominated issuance of CBs (Certificados Bursátiles) for a total of US$75 million, at a floating interest rate (LIBOR) plus 0.415 basis points and maturing in May 2018, publicly offered in the Mexican securities market.
Represented Banco J.P. Morgan, S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple, J.P. Morgan Grupo Financiero (the Mexican bank subsidiary of JP Morgan) in its first issuance of warrants in the Mexican market, having EURO STOXX 50 Index as the underlying asset, in an amount of MXN 30 million (approximately US $2 million).