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Mexico City – August 23rd, 2021 – Gonzalez Calvillo, a leading Mexican law firm, represented Profuturo Afore, S.A. de C.V. (“Profuturo”) as investor and holder, in the issuance of certificados bursátiles fiduciarios de inversión en energía e infraestructura of the new FIBRA E called “FEXI 21”, for a total amount of MXN $22,158,948,607.00.
This transaction is probably the most complex the Mexican securities market has seen in recent years, as it required divesting of 3 CKDs (in which Profuturo has a stake), CERPIs and other investments (as well as a series of mergers, spin-offs and purchase and sale operations of shares), for their subsequent contribution to said FIBRA E.
FEXI 21 is managed by Mexico Infrastructure Partners (MIP) and comprises, among others, the Kantunil-Cancún, Apaseo-Palmillas, Río Verde-Ciudad Valles, Libramiento Piedad and the Acapulco Interurban tunnel.
Gonzalez Calvillo’s team was led by Partners Bernardo Reyes Retana Krieger and Jaime Cortés Álvarez; and included Associates Francisco Javier Alvarez, Diego Hernandez Abascal, Alonso Mirón and Fernando Blanco.
Practice area: Capital Markets
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For over 30 years, Gonzalez Calvillo has been at the forefront of the legal market in Mexico as a full-service leading law firm due to its transactional core and expertise in a wide range of practice areas. The firm is recognized for its ability to build cross-disciplinary teams for the most complex legal challenges and long track record of successfully providing groundbreaking business and regulatory advice to high profile domestic and international companies. Often described as a pioneer of the Mexican legal services industry, the firm is known for its commitment to do things differently, bespoke solutions, and creating transformational legal changes that enable clients achieving their objectives. For more information, please visit www.gcsc.com.mx.
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