CCN Practice Area

Banking and Finance

The banking and finance sector in both Mexico and Texas has undergone tremendous growth and change since the passage of NAFTA. CCN represents many banks and credit institutions on a variety of matters.
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Banking and Finance

Practice Overview

Since its inception in 1994 and parallel to the blossoming of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), CCN has represented multiple international and domestic lenders, borrowers, and related actors in a wide array of finance projects and secured transactions. Through its locations in Texas and throughout strategic cities in Mexico, and with a team comprised of experienced U.S. and Mexico licensed attorneys, the firm is uniquely positioned to assist clients in structuring and implementing cross-border banking and finance transactions. The CCN Finance Practice Group works closely with other practice groups in the firm when needed, such as customs, tax, corporate, energy, real estate, intellectual property and others, allowing for an integral and full service approach.

Our attorneys have advised clients on Mexican banking laws and regulations and represented banks and other financial institutions and entities before Mexico’s bank regulatory agencies, including the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission (Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores or CNBV), the Mexican Department of Treasury and Public Finance (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público or SHCP), and the Mexican National Comission to Protect and Defend the Users of Financial Services (Comisión Nacional para la Protección y Defensa de los Usuarios de Servicios Financieros or Condusef).

We understand the needs and priorities of our clients and their business in order to properly structure their finance transactions and to ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements arising from such transactions.

Our services include:

Representing and advising domestic and international banks, investment banks, non-banking financial institutions (SOFOM), insurance companies and other financial institutions and lenders, as well as corporate borrowers, on a wide array of financial transactions, including, among others:

• US and/or Mexico secured and unsecured local and cross-border loans

• Bilateral and syndicated loans

• Term loans and revolving credit facilities

• Asset-based loans

• Trade receivable securitizations

• Corporate and acquisition finance

• Real estate and asset finance

• Perfecting security interests in the US and Mexico

• Legal due diligence of business and assets

• Review of proper authority of loan parties

• Legal opinions of credit facilities

Banking and Finance

Practice Overview

Since its inception in 1994 and parallel to the blossoming of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), CCN has represented multiple international and domestic lenders, borrowers, and related actors in a wide array of finance projects and secured transactions. Through its locations in Texas and throughout strategic cities in Mexico, and with a team comprised of experienced U.S. and Mexico licensed attorneys, the firm is uniquely positioned to assist clients in structuring and implementing cross-border banking and finance transactions. The CCN Finance Practice Group works closely with other practice groups in the firm when needed, such as customs, tax, corporate, energy, real estate, intellectual property and others, allowing for an integral and full service approach.

Our attorneys have advised clients on Mexican banking laws and regulations and represented banks and other financial institutions and entities before Mexico’s bank regulatory agencies, including the Mexican National Banking and Securities Commission (Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores or CNBV), the Mexican Department of Treasury and Public Finance (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público or SHCP), and the Mexican National Comission to Protect and Defend the Users of Financial Services (Comisión Nacional para la Protección y Defensa de los Usuarios de Servicios Financieros or Condusef).

We understand the needs and priorities of our clients and their business in order to properly structure their finance transactions and to ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements arising from such transactions.

Our services include:

Representing and advising domestic and international banks, investment banks, non-banking financial institutions (SOFOM), insurance companies and other financial institutions and lenders, as well as corporate borrowers, on a wide array of financial transactions, including, among others:

• US and/or Mexico secured and unsecured local and cross-border loans

• Bilateral and syndicated loans

• Term loans and revolving credit facilities

• Asset-based loans

• Trade receivable securitizations

• Corporate and acquisition finance

• Real estate and asset finance

• Perfecting security interests in the US and Mexico

• Legal due diligence of business and assets

• Review of proper authority of loan parties

• Legal opinions of credit facilities

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Banking and Finance

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