Mr. Sánchez is counsel at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez S.C., in Mexico City where he specializes in tax litigation and tax advisory in a variety of industries, including energy, technology, chemical, and education.
Mr. Sánchez obtained his law degree (JD) from the Universidad Iberoamericana in 2010. In addition, he completed his Master of Laws (LL.M.) with honors at Universidad Panamericana, in Mexico City in 2018, where he was awarded as valedictorian.
Mr. Sánchez joined Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez S.C. in 2015, specializing in high profile tax litigation and controversy matters. Prior to joining the firm, he was appointed as Administrator of Legal Affairs for Large Taxpayers (Administrador de Normatividad de Grandes Contribuyentes) for the Mexican Tax Administration Service from June 2013 through July 2015, where he validated and issued rulings in connection with oil and gas, and healthcare industries, to name a few.
Before that, he worked as an associate at a Mexican tax advisory firm, focusing on tax and administrative litigation for clients in the retail, aerospace, and financial services sectors.
Mr. Sánchez has been a speaker and representative for the Mexican Tax Administration Service in the USD-PITI 2014 Symposium for International Tax Update USA, Mexico and Canada.
Mr. Sánchez is active in the firm’s pro bono practice and has been honored by the Firm in connection with his efforts to support pro bono commitments. He has also been author and speaker at the Universidad Iberoamericana in connection with the human trafficking crisis in Latinamerica.
Mr. Sánchez’s native language is Spanish, and he is fluent in English.