Mayer Brown expands energy, infrastructure and projects capabilities in Mexico City

Ariel Ramos Ariel Ramos has joined Mayer Brown in Mexico City as a partner in the banking and finance practice and global energy group, where he will advise clients on energy, infrastructure and projects transactions.

Ramos was founding partner at Ramos Marcín Abogados SC and previously served as the leader of Haynes and Boone LLP’s energy, projects and energy finance practice in Mexico for three years and head of the energy, infrastructure and project finance practice at White & Case LLP in Mexico for 15 years. Joining Ramos in the move to Mayer Brown’s Mexico City office are two associates.

With nearly 25 years of experience, Ramos primarily focuses his practice on transactions related to finance, oil & gas, power, renewable energy, infrastructure, government procurement, public-private partnerships, project finance, and energy and infrastructure finance. He advises international oil companies, Mexican and international oil service companies, power and project developers and sponsors, financial institutions, investment bankers and private equity funds, construction companies and governmental entities in projects and cross-border transactions and negotiations.



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