Mijares Angoitia Cortes y Fuentes promotes two new partners
Mexican law firm Mijares Angoitia Cortes y Fuentes has appointed Francisco Glennie and Carlos Jiménez to partner. Both had worked at the firm for more than a decade. These moves take the partner count to 21.
Francisco Glennie has focused his practice on M&A and has extensive experience in capital markets and corporate matters. He advises on both domestic and cross-border acquisitions, joint-ventures and tender offers, among others. In addition, he has also been involved in several equity and debt offerings locally and internationally.
Glennie’s international experience includes two years as an associate in the offices of Sullivan & Cromwell in New York. He is admitted to practice in Mexico and New York.
Carlos Jiménez advises financial institutions and issuers on matters relating to domestic and internationalpublic and private debt and capital offerings. He also represents a wide range of clients, from local and foreign buyers and sellers to private equity funds in M&A, joint ventures and strategic partnerships. His experience also includes representing creditors and debtors in numerous l financings in Mexico and the US such as syndicated loans and project finance.
Jiménez holds master’s degrees from New York University School of Law and Universidad Autonóma de Nuevo León. His international experience includes having worked as foreign associate at Paul Hastings and as international lawyer at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton.
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