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    Haynes and Boone Mexico City adds to Finance Practice Group

    Haynes and Boone

    Ariel Ramos has joined the Haynes and Boone LLP Mexico City office as a partner in the firm’s Finance Practice Group.

    With 20 years of experience, Ramos focuses on transactions related to the development and financing of infrastructure projects, including power, oil and gas, petrochemical and liquefied natural gas, toll roads, maritime ports and terminals, water treatment plants, aqueducts and shipping. He has also experience in government procurement, regulatory advise in administrative law, international contracts, public-private partnerships (PPPs), real estate, M&A and corporate and debt restructuring matters.

    He has represented a wide range of clients including International and Mexican Financial Institutions, Multilateral Financial Institutions, Foreign and Mexican Export Corporation Agencies, International and Mexican Developers and Sponsors, Contractors, Construction and Operation companies and Agencies from the Federal and State Governments in Mexico.

    Ramos is recognized by several rankings and publications including Chambers Latin America where he has ranked Band 1 in Energy and Natural Resources, and Projects.

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