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Legal Department

Christian Turégano is an attorney authorized to practice in Mexico, who received his law degree from UNAM (Mexico’s National University) and an LLM with concentration in NAFTA and regional integration from American University, in Washington, DC.

Mr. Turégano has more than 15 years of experience in the public and private practice of corporate law, structured financing, M&A, antitrust, dumping, technical barriers to trade and international commercial arbitration.

He worked in leading firms in Mexico City for ten years where he specialized in corporate law, international commercial arbitration, M&A, antitrust, structured financing (asset backed monetizations) and collateral structures to guarantee securities issued in the US with assets located in several jurisdictions of Latin America.

From 2009 to 2013 Mr. Turégano worked in the Ministry of Economy of the Mexican Federal Government. Prior to his appointment as General Director of Standards and Technical Regulations from 2010 to 2013, he acted as legal advisor for the Undersecretary of Competitiveness, and Deputy General Director of international Judicial Proceedings for the Mexican investigating authority on dumping and subsidies.

In the Ministry of Economy Mr. Turegano was in charge of designing and executing important parts of the regulatory reform of the past administration, including the amendment to the Federal Economic Competition Law. Some of the public policies he designed and implemented were the issuance of equivalence decrees to expedite trade of medical devices and information technology, as well as the creation of the High Level Regulatory Cooperation Council with the OIRA of the United States, and several other projects for the alignment of Mexican technical regulations with international standards and technical regulations of its trade partners, to reduce costs, simplify regulatory compliance, and eliminate redundancy and inconsistency.

Further during the time he worked at the Ministry of Economy Mr. Turegano was the Mexican delegate in the APEC working group of senior officials on good regulatory practices, represented Mexico before international organizations as ISO, IEC and Codex, and designed the litigation strategy to defend the equivalence decrees which concluded with a favorable ruling from the National Supreme Court of Justice.

Economics Department

Andrés Blancas studied his B.A. at ITESM Mexico City and has two master degrees from Toulouse School of Economics, France in industrial organization, and from Barcelona Graduate School of Economics in economic competition and market regulation.

Mr. Blancas was recently proposed to the President of Mexico to be a member of the new antitrust authority Federal Economic Competition Commission.


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