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Jimena de la Vega


CMS Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow, S.C.
Paseo de la Reforma 115
Piso 19
Col. Lomas de Chapultepec
Mexico City
Languages Spanish, English

Jimena is an associate in the Corporate, M&A and Project Finance team and focuses extensively on clients operating in the Energy sector. She advises domestic and international clients on the structuring and implementation of corporate projects.

Jimena has notable experience in conducting due diligence processes, where her advice has been not only key for purchasers in determining the risks of a target, but also in determining the relevant representations, warranties and indemnities required for the transaction documents. Equally, she has experience acting for sellers in vendor due diligence processes. Jimena’s experience also includes advising on the corporate aspects of energy projects, as well as drafting and reviewing the security documents for the financing of several power plants.

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Relevant experience

  • Brookfield on the acquisition of 29 photovoltaic projects owned by X-Elio located in Mexico, Peru, South Africa, Spain and United States.
  • Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and a Mexican infrastructure fund (CKD Infraestructura México) legal due diligence regarding the acquisition of a 1,700 MW portfolio from ENEL Green Power, including 4 wind projects and 4 solar projects.
  • HP Inc. on its $1.05billion purchase of Samsung’s printing business in Mexico.
  • Pilosio Group s.p.a. on the corporate restructuring of its Mexican subsidiary as a result of changes at parent level.
  • Apollo Global Management on its bid for the spreads business of a leading consumer products conglomerate.
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  • Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, Law Degree, 2012 – 2016
  • Universidad de Barcelona, Spain, Studies Abroad Programme, 2014
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25 June 2020
Re­cog­ni­tion and en­force­ment of for­eign judg­ments in Mex­ico
1. Is there an ex­equatur pro­ced­ure? Yes. The ap­poin­ted Mex­ic­an judge has to pre­vi­ously re­view the leg­al­ity and ori­gin of the doc­u­ment­a­tion provided by the in­ter­ested party in or­der to re­cog­nize the ex­equatur...