Securitisation 2019

Last Updated 26 April 2019

Securitisation 2019 - Comparisons

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Last Updated 26 April 2019

Contributors:
Deloitte Legal Mexico
(Law and Practice)

Holland & Knight
(Trends and Developments)


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Contributors:
Deloitte Legal Mexico
(Law and Practice)

Holland & Knight
(Trends and Developments)


About the contributors:
Deloitte Legal Mexico

The firm has participated in countless international transactions spanning a wide range of practices, industries and sectors, and handles matters in English, Spanish, Chinese, Taiwanese, Portuguese, Korean and Japanese. Deloitte Legal Mexico's key practice areas are corporate M&A, banking & finance, ... real estate, energy & natural resources, infrastructure, capital projects, project finance, intellectual property, immigration and tax controversy & tax litigation. The firm's clients include Agrinos, Baker Hughes, Bankia, Belden, Caixabank, Cargotec, China Electric, Citibanamex, Dentix, Kapstone Charlestone Kraft, Novartis, PayPal, Parsons Group, Quest Diagnostics, Rothschild Inc., Starwood International, Spectrum Brands Inc., Toyota Material Handling and Veolus, among others.


Holland & Knight

The firm’s securitisation team develops, structures and closes on a wide range of securitisation financing transactions. With an average of more than 20 years of structured finance experience, the core team members have the knowledge to assist in up and down markets throughout the life cycle of ... financial assets, including funding the origination or acquisition of financial assets through a warehouse credit facility, asset-backed commercial paper issuance or other funding structures; creating liquidity for financial assets through a securitisation transaction; managing the securitisation structure from initial closing through wind-up; and addressing unexpected and often complex restructuring and governance issues when transactions do not perform according to plan. The Mexico City office plays a critical role in the firm's Latin America practice, providing legal services to domestic and international clients doing business in Mexico and throughout the USA, working closely with colleagues in New York, Miami, Washington, Houston, Dallas and Bogotá.