CREEL, GARCÍA-CUÉLLAR, AIZA Y ENRÍQUEZ S.C.
Creel, Garcia-Cuellar, Aiza y Enriquez, S.C. is pleased to announce that Carlos Mena Labarthe and Eduardo Flores Herrera have been admitted as partners of the Firm, and members of its Competition and Financial Services practices, respectively.
Eduardo specializes in regulatory and transactional matters within capital markets and the financial sector generally.
Before joining the Firm, Eduardo served as Vicepresident for Securities Oversight at the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV), where he was responsible for approving public offerings of securities, the formation of investment and mutual funds, and the implementation of important regulatory changes and initiatives relating to securities. Eduardo was also in charge of oversight and regulation for all capital markets participants, including issuers of securities, broker-dealers, investment and mutual funds, rating agencies, underwriters, stock exchanges and pricing agents. Prior to his tenure as a public official, Eduardo was a partner in the Mexico City office of an international law firm.
Carlos specializes in competition law, investigations and compliance.
Before joining the Firm, Carlos served as the first-ever head of the Federal Competition Commission’s (COFECE) Investigation and Enforcement Authority, where he oversaw all investigations and enforcement proceedings for the agency. During his more than ten year tenure at COFECE, Carlos also served as the head of the agency’s Planning, Liaison and International Division, and Director of Absolute Monopolistic Practices. Prior to joining the Federal government, Carlos practiced at various law firms.
On account of Carlos’ and Eduardo’s prior positions as public officials, the Firm has timely implemented all appropriate measures to ensure that their admission and practice as partners of the Firm strictly adheres to the highest ethical and professional standards.
With a history spanning more than 80 years, Creel, Garcia-Cuellar, Aiza y Enriquez, S.C. continues to consolidate its leadership position and its unwavering commitment to excellence.
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