Arturo de la Parra focuses his practice on a range of cross-border and domestic project and infrastructure-related lending transactions, with a particular emphasis in the renewable energy sector. He also has significant experience in structuring operations such as off-balance sheet financing and 144A green bonds offerings.
Arturo has relevant experience representing Mexican and foreign clients on their domestic and cross-border M&A, private equity, joint venture, and restructuring transactions. He also has advised private companies and governmental entities in Mexico with structuring, negotiating, and documenting public bids related to the development of public infrastructure.
Arturo advised the Mexican federal government in the financing and development of Mexico City's new international airport, including the green bonds offering for US$6 billion (the highest in Latin America), and the Fibra E shares IPO on the Mexican Stock Exchange for MXN$30 billion (the highest in Mexico).
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2013, Arturo worked in the New York office of an international law firm, where he represented American and Latin American issuers, underwriters, and others in equity and debt offerings in local and international markets.
Arturo has served as a lecturer on administrative law at the Universidad Iberoamericana.
Mapping the Territory: Navigating Bankruptcy Sales in Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico (The Latin American Lawyer)
- Universidad de Salamanca, Spain (LL.M. in Economics and Law 2011); New York University (Postgraduate studies in Corporate Finance 2012); Universidad Iberoamericana (J.D. 2008)
Chambers Global and Chambers Latin America, Projects/Mexico (2020)
Best Lawyers, Project Finance (2020)
Who's Who Legal, Energy (2020)
LatinFinance awards: Restructuring of the Year (2019), Best Transport Financing (2017), Private Equity Deal of the Year (2017), Structured Financing of the Year (2016), Syndicated Loan of the Year (2016), and Best Airport Financing (2016, 2017)
- Spanish and English