Chávez Vargas Minutti adds new partner
Alejandro Carreño has joined Chávez Vargas Minutti to strengthen the corporate and banking and finance practice at the Mexican law firm.
After a long career with the firm as a senior associate, Alejandro Carreño recently made partner at the Mexico City firm.
Carreño has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, planning and implementation of corporate structures and project finance in the real estate sector. He has advised banks, private equity funds, municipalities and rating agencies in Mexico.
He holds an undergraduate degree in law and economics from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, an MBA from EGADE Business School and specializations in private equity from Universidad Anáhuac Norte and real estate law from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México.
"We are very pleased that Alejandro's years of hard work and effort have been consolidated in the firm. We are proud to have him as a partner, and for the lawyers of our firm he is an example to follow," said Antonio Chávez. "Carreño has grown with Chávez Vargas Minutti and our principles of professionalism, quality and ethics are in his DNA," added Brian Minutti, both managing partners of the firm.
Founded in 2010, Chávez Vargas Minutti has established itself among the most important firms in Mexico in the provision of legal services in public and private financing, debt and capital markets, project finance, fintech, regulatory compliance and anti-corruption.
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