Norton Rose Fulbright celebrates an expanded presence in Mexico City

Press release - Business November 11, 2019

Our Mexico City office recently held an event at one of the city's premiere contemporary art museums, Museo Rufino Tamayo, to celebrate the firm's new offices and expanded presence in Mexico and Latin America.

The event featured remarks by Norton Rose Fulbright Chief Executive Officer Peter Martyr and the insights of Carlos Elizondo, former member of the Board of Directors of Pemex, on Mexican economic perspectives. Approximately 200 attendees from across the energy, infrastructure and wider financial services sectors attended our event.

Hernán González Estrada, partner-in-charge of Norton Rose Fulbright's Mexico City office, said:

"We wanted our clients to join us and our global colleagues in a celebration of our commitment to Mexico and wider Latin America. We were thrilled to host the city's preeminent players across the financial, corporate and energy sectors and look forward to future opportunities to collaborate."

Our Mexico City office is now located on the 24th floor of Torre Reforma 115 in Lomas de Chapultepec. Designed by ZVA Group, the state-of-the-art building has a LEED gold certification.

The Mexico City office is an integral part of a multidisciplinary, cross-border Latin America practice that provides a full service offering to Mexico-based businesses on domestic and cross-border interests, as well as to international investors focused on the expansion of existing and new operations in Mexico.

Our team offers expertise across the full spectrum of project development and finance, corporate and M&A, disputes and compliance, private equity and finance matters.