Mexico’s BGBG promotes banking and finance partner
Mexican law firm Bello, Gallardo, Bonequi y García (BGBG) has announced the appointment of Javier Pérez Moreno as a partner, effective February 1st.
Javier Pérez Moreno joined the firm in 2013 as an associate, and has more than 10 years of experience focusing on clients in highly regulated sectors such as fintech, banking, insurance and health.
He is also certified as a compliance and AML expert by the Mexico’s Banking and Securities Commission.
He has advised both domestic and international clients, including banks and other financial institutions, in complex regulatory matters such as authorization processes, design and implementation of compliance strategies and anti-money laundry programs.
He recently has advised clients in cryptocurrency matters such as the operation of cryptocurrencies exchanges, blockchains and legal frameworks to accept cryptocurrencies as a form of payment.
Prior to joining the firm he was a private secretary at Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Penales, and worked as a notary in the western Mexican state of Nayarit, having previously worked at law firm Oscos Abogados.
He holds a master’s degree in financing law from the Universidad Panamericana, a diploma in insurance law and financing from the Escuela Libre de Derecho, and a law degree from the Universidad Iberoamericana.
BGBG is a full-service law firm covering a wide range of sectors, and has offices in Mexico City and Querétaro, and in Madrid.
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