Region: Mexico

Mayer Brown hires from White & Case

Mayer Brown has hired White & Case partner Francisco García-Naranjo González in its Mexico City office.

22 July 2021

Santander targets total ownership of Mexican unit, with Cleary advising

Spain’s Banco Santander is launching a bid to reacquire the remaining stake in the Mexican unit it sold almost a decade ago.

29 March 2021

Deutsche sells off Mexican trust business after “continual pressure” from regulator

Skadden Arps is advising Deutsche Bank on the sale of its trust business in Mexico, which comes after a year of “continual pressure” from the country’s financial regulator to complete the deal.

29 October 2020

Mexican regulator “overwhelmed” as Banco Famsa collapses

Mexico’s National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) has been “alarmingly” slow in responding to applications from new financial institutions and “lacks senior technocrats to answer the more complex questions”, as it takes heat over the collapse of domestic lender Banco Famsa.

21 August 2020

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