Daniel Aranda is a bilingual, bicultural corporate and trial lawyer serving clients in the U.S., Mexican and international energy law, pipeline, banking and finance sectors. He has a long-standing practice advising clients in arbitration and litigation matters. Daniel is also a member of Foley’s Energy Industry, and Government Procurement Practice in Mexico City.
Daniel represents foreign and domestic clients with all aspects of their international regulatory and energy law needs, including:
- Representation before the Mexican energy authorities (CRE, CNH, Ministry of Energy, Pemex and CFE)
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Project development and project finance transactions
- Infrastructure and government procurement
- Divestitures and buyouts
- Strategic alliances
- Corporate reorganizations
He handles sophisticated contracts and business matters involving both domestic and cross-border transactions. His financing work focuses primarily on structuring, documenting and negotiating debt-related transactions. These include workouts representing developers, lenders and borrowers on asset-based and unsecured lending. He has extensive experience representing clients facing conflicts of interest between shareholders and negotiating cash-out mechanisms. Daniel also provides sophisticated litigation strategies.
Awards and Recognition
- Recipient, Latin Corporate Client Choice Award (2014)
- Mergers and Acquisitions