is a partner at the firm, with over 18 years of experience in the corporate, energy, project finance and infrastructure fields. He has advised numerous clients, including multinational public and private corporations, local corporate groups, private equity funds and financial entities, real estate developers and investors, manufacturers and retailers. Daniel has led, participated in and obtained clearances for a number of high-profile mergers from Mexico's antitrust authority. Daniel is knowledgeable about, and has advised clients on, Mexico's anti-bribery laws, the USA's FCPA, the UK's UKBA and Japan's Unfair Competition Prevention Law.
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