Provided by Eduardo Flores
His key practice areas are capital markets, banking/finance and regulatory/Fintech.
Before joining Creel, Mr. Flores was vice president for Securities Supervision of the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) from July 2014 to June of 2017. In this position, he was in charge of the supervision of all securities market participants, including issuers, broker dealers, mutual funds, rating agencies, introducing brokers, exchanges, central counterparties, central deposits, and price vendors; he was also in charge of authorizing all public offerings of securities in Mexico and the incorporation of mutual funds, in addition to participating in the drafting of all securities-related secondary regulation.
Since his incorporation to Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez in 2017, Mr. Flores has been one of the most active lawyers in the new fintech ecosystem in Mexico and was actively involved in the negotiation of the secondary regulation under the Fintech Law. He has represented some of the most notable fintech players in regulatory matters, M&A transactions and financings. In particular,he represents companies like Nubank, PayPal, Bitso, Global Payments, Klar, Oxxo, Fintual, Ualá, DLocal, Kueski, Celo, Cuenca, Revolut, Uniclick, Stori, Kavak, other relevant players in their regulatory, financing and general legal needs.
Mexico City-based Eduardo Flores enters the rankings this year after eliciting praise from market commentators for his expertise in capital markets operations such as IPOs and the issuance of insurance-linked securities. A client reports: "He is a true professional who is great to deal with and highly knowledgeable about capital markets matters."