Attorney at Law and Certified Public Accountant with 36 years of experience representing companies doing business in Mexico, with emphasis on foreign Investment, maquiladoras, mergers and acquisitions, financing and real estate.
Partner at Toulet and Gottfried, he is directly in charge of the areas of corporate law and real estate, as well as all accounting services.
The emphasis of his practice is in planning, structuring, financing, and implementation of transactions of foreign companies investing in Mexico. His legal practice has been throughout México, therefore has experience in almost all states of the Mexican Republic.
Before Toulet and Gottfried, he was a partner with Deloitte where he headed the legal department. He was also a founding member of Toulet, Caballero, y Díaz Marín, S.C., where he also represented foreign companies in their business in México, particularly in border cities. This firm was merged into Deloitte.
Legal considerations of Maquiladoras established throughout the northern border of Mexico.
The Conquest of the Aztec Empire: A Chronicle of the Collision of Two Worlds.
Universidad Anáhuac, Law Degree.
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, Bachelor’s in Public Accounting.
Universidad Autónoma de Durango, Master’s Degree in Real Estate Valuation.
University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Corporate Valuation and Business Strategy Program.
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, Master's Degree in Tax Law.
Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua, Master’s in Finance (in progress).
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, Professor of corporate law.
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