Nader, Hayaux & Goebel is a market leader in Mergers & Acquisitions, Capital Markets, Banking & Finance, Fintech, Real Estate, Infrastructure, PPPs and Project Finance, Insurance & Reinsurance, Energy, Aviation, Workouts & Insolvency, Telecoms, Tax, Antitrust and Compliance.Contact Us
Nader, Hayaux & Goebel is a leading Mexican law firm, with offices in Mexico City and London. It is formed by eighteen partners and over thirty five associates, making the firm one of the largest groups of transactional lawyers in the Mexican market.
The firm is known for its innovative approach and outstanding service. We have participated in many of the largest and most challenging M&A and finance transactions, and are widely recognised as one of the leading law firms in Mexico.Contact Us
Our Banking and Finance Practice Group is one of the largest groups of attorneys dedicated to banking and finance matters. Our clients benefit both from the wealth of expertise inherent to a large financial practice and the support of other practices of the Firm, including M&A, real estate, securities, and infrastructure, among others.
Our Capital Markets Practice Group is formed by specialists who regularly participate in a wide variety of international and domestic public and private offerings of debt or equity securities, as well as in tender offers, advising issuers, investors, broker dealers, credit enhancers and underwriters and crafting innovative solutions for some of the largest and most complex transactions in the industry.
Our Telecoms Practice Group handles a range of corporate and finance transactions in the telecom sector, as well as complex related regulatory matters in the telecommunications, telephony, satellite and broadcasting sectors.
Our Workouts and Insolvency Practice Group has advised secured and unsecured lenders in over US$20 billion of restructurings and workouts.
Our Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group represents Mexican and foreign clients in all aspects of M&A transactions, including joint ventures, strategic alliances, spin-offs, stock and asset purchases, takeovers, shareholders’ disputes, reorganizations and restructurings, regulatory matters, antitrust and foreign investment regulations.
Our Real Estate Practice Group is highly diversified. Our work includes advising different parties in all types of transactions. Our clients include lenders, funds, developers, borrowers, landlords and tenants. We have also advised state and foreign governments.
Our Infrastructure, PPPs and Project Finance Practice Group has participated in several ground-breaking infrastructure projects, with particular expertise in public-private partnerships. We represent lenders, strategic and financial investors, sponsors, sellers and buyers, and numerous Mexican and non-Mexican government entities, including the Mexican Federal Government and several state governments and municipalities.
Our Tax practice is focused on the tax aspects of high-end transactions and projects, including M&A and capital markets transactions.
Our Aviation Practice Group handles a wide range of matters in the aviation sector, including financing, leasing, regulatory matters, insurance, corporate/M&A and workouts.
Our Energy team has developed strong expertise advising on investments in the oil and gas sector, following key recent reforms to the energy market.
Our Insurance and Reinsurance Practice Group is the most specialized within any Mexican corporate finance law firm and has been advising and representing the leading insurance and reinsurance companies in the world in Mexican and Latin American related matters.
Our antitrust practice group consists of a highly experienced team offering a wide range of services, from general antitrust consulting to merger control proceedings, investigations into monopolistic practices and proceedings, antitrust compliance consulting, advice on bidding and market conditions, and government entity advising.
Our Fintech Practice Group is composed by a team of attorneys from different practice areas with shared expertise in regulatory financial and financial technology.
Our Compliance Practice Group advises clients on the prevention, identification and management of risks, the liabilities and contingencies arising therefrom, and on solutions related to regulatory compliance.
Our purpose is being our clients’ trusted advisor and that includes helping them navigate the complexities and challenges of their transition into a sustainable economy, among others, by reaching their sustainable development goals (SDGs), applying environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) principles, as these are applied to each industry and sector in consideration to Mexico’s culture, customs and applicable legal framework.
Nader, Hayaux y Goebel’s capital markets team ‘stands out for its depth, experience and sophistication.‘
The 13-strong group, the core of which has been working together for over 25 years, advises on the full spectrum of capital markets issues, from securitisations and structured finance to equity placements, IPOs and equity-fund leveraged buyouts; it is also experienced in CKD, CERPIs and FIBRA matters and works on capital raisings to fund infrastructure and energy projects.
Members of our M&A team have contributed to the 2021 Technology M&A publication of Getting The Deal Through, where they describe the laws, regulations and policies that affect the structure and execution of technology M&A in Mexico, along with the due diligence processes of such transactions.
This is the first edition and covers 18 jurisdictions in which leading law firms offer the latest insights and regulatory updates in technology M&A transactions. The Mexico chapter can be downloaded free of charge here.
Nader, Hayaux y Goebel is a prominent name when it comes to complex corporate finance matters and enjoys recognition for structured finance and capital markets work given its large market share of new financial structures being used in the country.