White & Case (Mexico)

Henri Capin-Gally CFA

White & Case (Mexico)
Lawyer (Partner)

Henri Capin-Gally practice focus on Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and Antitrust matters. Clients also seek his knowledge and experience complex private equity transactions. As a CFA Charterholder, Henri is able to offer clients authoritative advice on a wide variety of complex corporate and financial transactions. In recent years, Henri has worked on a number of landmark and high -profile deals, including the merger of Grupo Financiero Banorte with Grupo Interacciones which was one of the largest M&A transactions in Mexico. Henri’s work was instrumental for the investment of CKD in the publicly listed shares of CMR, the fist transaction of its kind in Mexico. As the leader of the Firm’s Antitrust practice in Mexico, Henri has a strong track record leading high-profile antitrust cases in an array of business sectors. In addition, Henri he advises in complex matters regarding competition law, having participated in precedent-setting cases, domestic and global level of antitrust investigations and merger clearances. He has actively represented various foreign companies and investors in the sale or acquisition of their interests and business assets in Mexico, and he regularly handles corporate finance work. Henri served as Time Warner’s (Grupo Expansión) General Counsel for M&A Strategy and Legal Affairs for Latin America. In this role, he co-led the legal and financial aspect of several highly complex cross-border and domestic M&A transactions in the telecom and media industries.

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Enrique Espejel, Henri Capin-Gally CFA, Vicente Corta Fernández, Germán Ricardo Macías, Diego Mendoza Arrieta, Román González Melo The Mexican Competition Authority issues emergency regulations providing that the service of process of official communication and resolutions in ongoing procedures can be performed via email during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Effective as of April 23, 2020 , the Mexican Competition Commission (“COFECE”) issued emergency regulations providing that, during and as long as the coronavirus pandemic is considered a health emergency, the service of process of official communication and resolutions in ongoing (...)

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