Our M&A team has extensive experience in multiple “tailor-made” transactions with local and transnational companies, non-banking institutions, and private equity funds in a wide range of activities related to the purchase of shares and assets, joint venture and partnership models, and related transactions including analysis, due diligence and suggesting structures to the type of transaction, assessing the associated risks and contingency factors.
We are recognized as one of the best practices in Mergers & Acquisitions in the country.
- Represented Sterimed in the acquisition of Especialistas en Esterilización y Envase (EEE), a global leader in the manufacture and distribution of health-related products, as part of its expansion plans in LATAM.
- Assisted Creation Technologies in the cross-border acquisition of Applied Technical Services, an electronics manufacturing services provider that designs and builds electronics components used in a range of products across industries.
- Represented New-Indy Containerboard in the Mexican portion of its acquisition of Reliable Container in Tijuana, Baja California. Reliable Container is a subsidiary of Georgia Pacific one of the world’s largest manufacturers and distributors of tissue, pulp, paper, toilet, and paper towel dispensers, packaging, building products, and related chemicals. New-Indy is a joint venture between The Kraft Group and Schwarz Partners LP. two private entities with experience in the paper and packaging industry.
- Represented Syntax Systems in the acquisition of Freudenberg IT Mexico (FIT), a global provider of cloud and Information Technology for first-rate medium-sized companies.
- Represented Vilebrequin in the acquisition of its exclusive distributor in Mexico.
- Represented Bertram Capital in the Mexican portion of the global acquisition of Perennials & Sutherland, a leading company in the design and manufacture of acrylic fabric for interiors and exteriors and the development of luxury outdoor furniture.
- Advised Newell Brands in the merger between two of its most profitable Mexican subsidiaries: Newell Rubbermaid de México, and Sunbeam Mexicana to incorporate a $400 million dollars new company. The merger was a cornerstone in the corporate restructuring of the entire Newell group in Latin America, derived from the global acquisition of the Jarden group by Newell.
- Advised Tenedora Reyor in the sale of its equity to the Mexican subsidiary of the Canadian real-estate & project development firm UrbanHub.
- The value of the transaction was approximately $12 million dollars.