Diego became partner at Nader, Hayaux & Goebel in 2018. With over 12 years of experience, he specializes in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, banking and finance and private equity practice areas.
Diego has worked in multiple capital markets transactions including Proteak IPO (first IPO by a SAPIB), Fibra Educa, Fibra Plus, Fibra Danhos, Carza CKD, PREI II CKD, Axis CKD (including the first capital call performed by a CKD in the Mexican market) and APP Coatzacoalcos Villahermosa (a subsidiary of Mota Engil) securitization of rights stemming from a PPS Agreement. In addition, Diego has been involved in several mergers and acquisitions, including representing Axis Asset Management in connection with a dispute among the shareholders of Oro Negro, concluding with a non-hostile buyout by Axis and a group of private investors of Ares and Temasek’s stake.
Diego has strong international experience. He is regularly involved in cross-border transactions, particularly on the side of Financial Institutions, LPs and GPs.
Diego obtained his law degree from Universidad Iberoamericana in 2008 (Mexico City) and has a Master’s degree from Columbia University Law School (New York, United States, 2012). He is also a fellow of the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law in Texas, having completed a course in International Comparative Law. Diego also worked at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP (New York City office) as a foreign associate.
Recent work highlights include: