Our leading Project Development and Finance practice is distinguished for designing and implementing bespoke and innovative solutions to address our clients’ needs, working closely with them to anticipate and resolve issues, effectively allocate risk and ensure the successful structuring, development and financing of large infrastructure projects in a wide array of industry sectors. Coupled with an in-depth knowledge of the industry, our market expertise allows us to offer substantive expert advice and clear strategies required to implement and finance projects in the oil and gas, power, petrochemical, telecommunication, transport (including airports, railroads and toll-roads) and water and waste management sectors in Mexico.
We are highly experienced advisers to international and domestic sponsors, developers, investors and financiers in the development and financing of infrastructure projects in Mexico, as well as M&A transactions relating to electricity generation plants, natural gas facilities, toll roads, railroads, airports and ports, where we have represented major energy and infrastructure companies, engineering and construction companies, banks, private equity funds, consortia of investors, insurers, governments and multi-lateral institutions. In addition to advising on traditional project finance structures, our lawyers have developed increasingly innovative financing solutions for the projects market.
Chambers and Partners (www.chambersandpartners.com) notes:
“The lawyers are proactive, very business-focused and capable of helping us in difficult negotiations.”
And, Legal 500 (www.legal500.com), describes our practice as:
“Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, S.C. is considered ‘very competitive from all perspectives’; some would even rate it as ‘one of the best firms in the projects sector’. The practice has considerable expertise in all aspects of project finance and infrastructure, acting for domestic and international sponsors, developers, investors and financiers on infrastructure projects in the transport, telecommunications, petrochemical, oil and gas, power, and water and waste-management sectors.”