Shaanty Emmanuel Rubio Gonzalez

Associate, Mexico City



Shaanty joined White & Case in 2017 and has focused his practice mainly on financial regulatory matters, capital markets and general corporate matters.

Shaanty has thorough experience in corporate governance matters consistent with providing expert input on meeting regulatory compliance ongoing obligations with the National Banking and Securities Commission, the Mexican Stock Exchange and the Ministry of Treasure and Public Credit, among other regulatory financial authorities, as well as obtaining regulatory authorizations for the incorporation and operation of financial entities in Mexico, including financial technology institutions in terms of the Fintech Mexican Law.

Before joining White & Case, Shaanty worked for one year in a law firm specialized in banking and financial practice.

Bars and Courts
Authorized to practice law in Mexico
Attorney at Law (Abogado)
Universidad Panamericana


The most recent representative transactions Shaanty has participated in, include:

Grupo Financiero Banorte US$1.4 Billion Merger with Grupo Financiero Interacciones
Representation of Grupo Financiero Banorte, S.A.B. de C.V. in reaching an agreement to acquire through merger Grupo Financiero Interacciones, S.A.B. de C.V. The acquisition included the banking, broker-dealer, insurance and asset manager subsidiaries, through a merger valued at approximately US$1.4 billion. The transaction positioned Grupo Financiero Banorte as the second-largest financial group in Mexico and as the largest infrastructure lender;

BlackRock Inc.
Representation of BlackRock Inc., an entity with approximately US$6 trillion in assets under management, on BlackRock’s acquisition of the asset management business of Citibanamex, a subsidiary of Citigroup Inc. This transaction involved approximately US$35 billion in assets under management;

Fibra Shop MXN$2.3 Billion Notes Offering and Exchange Offer
Representation of Fibra Shop (FSHOP), an investment trust vehicle dedicated to the acquisition, development and operations of shopping centers in Mexico, on the fourth and fifth offerings under such program for a total amount of approximately MXM 2.2 billion; and on the offer to exchange any and all its outstanding notes FSHOP 15 for newly issued notes FSHOP 19 and FSHOP 19U;

Cetelem MXN$4 Billion CBs Offering
Representation of Cetelem, S.A. de C.V., SOFOM E.R. as issuer and BNP Paribas as guarantor in the seventh (CETELEM 19) and eighth (CETELEM 19-2) Mexican pesos-denominated issuances of Cetelem’s debt securities in the form of CBs (certificados bursátiles) publicly offered in the Mexican securities market and issued under its locally registered CB program for a total amount of MXN$4 billion (approximately US$208 million);

VivaAerobus MXN$3 Billion Trust Certificates Program and MXN$1 Billion Future Cash-Flow Securitization
Representation of Aeroenlaces Nacionales, S.A. de C.V. (VivaAerobus), in the creation of a trust agreement incorporated with Banco Actinver, S.A. Institución de Banca Múltiple, Grupo Financiero Actinver as trustee and VivaAerobus as settlor and originator, on the securitization of future cash receivables through the issuance of trust certificates for a maximum amount of MXN$3 billion (approximately US$155 million), as well as in the issuance under the program for an amount of MXN$1 billion (approximately US$51.8 million). The proceeds were used mainly to pay in full trust certificates issued in 2015; and

Braskem Idesa US$900 Million Notes Offering
Representation of Braskem Idesa, S.A.P.I. a leading petrochemical company and the largest Mexican produce of polyethylene, on its inaugural offering of US$900 million issuance of notes guaranteed by all its shares, real and personal property, certain bank accounts and certain contractual rights. The notes offering was undertaken pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S, and will be listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.