Practice areas of Gustavo Diaz include banking, finance, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and corporate law.
Gustavo has also worked in regulatory transactions, specializing in banking, finance and telecom, as well as in mergers and acquisitions in a variety of industries, including banking, telecom and real estate, among others.
Bars and Courts
Authorized to practice law in Mexico
Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
Certificate in Business Administration
Kellogg School of Management
Bachelor Degree in Law—JD Equivalent
Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
Advised a Mexican bank in the agro-industry sector on corporate, regulatory and transactional matters in connection with its transformation into a Mexican bank.
Advised a Mexican bank in the agro-industry sector in negotiations on the participation and investment of foreign financial entities in its capital stock.
Advised a private equity firm on the acquisition of Mexican entities that form part of a major manufacturer and supplier of grinding media.
Advised a multinational banking and financial services company on corporate, transactional and regulatory work in connection with the establishment of a new Mexican bank.
Advised a major global manager of real estate equity, debt and securities on joint ventures to acquire and operate real estate properties.
Advised a leading satellite operator on corporate reorganization affairs and capitalization issues, including regulatory matters.
Advised sociedades financieras populares with respect to corporate, regulatory and transactional issues, including equity reorganization.
Advised a conglomerate of business entities in the energy, financing, infrastructure and services industries, on a reorganization of its corporate government structure.