Our Associate


Jimena
Caballero Gómez

Associate

jcaballero@ritch.com.mx

+52 (55) 4165 7286

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Jimena Caballero Gómez joined the firm in 2017. She specializes in Banking and Finance, Competition and Antitrust and Mergers and Acquisitions.
  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    Jimena Caballero Gómez has experience advising mainly international lenders in structuring and restructuring credit facilities for Mexican entities.

    She has also experience in approval processes before the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission as well as in regulatory matters.
  • RELEVANT TRANSACTIONS
    • Represented BNP Paribas and other financial institutions in connection with the implementation of secured credit lines to Minera Medina Luna in the amount of USD$335 million.
    • Represented The Bank of Nova Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and other financial institutions in connection with the implementation of secured credit lines to Capstone Mining Corp. in the amount of USD$300 million.
    • Represented The Bank of Nova Scotia, in its capacity as Administrative Agent, and certain financial institutions party thereto, in connection with (i) an amended and restated credit agreement dated as of May 10, 2018, pursuant to which a senior secured revolving credit facility granted thereunder in favor of First Majestic Silver Corp., was increased to an aggregate amount of USD$75 million and (ii) the corresponding amendments to certain Mexican Security Documents and creation of new security interests in favor of The Bank of Nova Scotia, in its capacity as Administrative Agent, acting on behalf and for the benefit of the Finance Parties, and The Bank of Nova Scotia, in its capacity as Mexican Collateral Agent, acting on behalf and for the benefit of the Administrative Agent and Wheaton Precious Metals International in connection with the creation of new security interests in favor of the Mexican Collateral Agent with respect to Primero Empresa Minera’s main assets in San Dimas Mine, located in the States of Durango and Sinaloa to Primero Empresa Minera’s main assets in San Dimas Mine, located in the States of Durango and Sinaloa.
    • Represented Bank of Montreal, in its capacity as Administrative Agent, and to the lending institutions from time to time party thereto, in connection with the termination of certain credit agreement dated as of May 23, 2014 (as amended from time to time), and in connection with the corresponding terminations and releases to the relevant Mexican security documents granted in favor of Banamex, in its capacity as Mexican Collateral Agent, acting on behalf and for the benefit of each of Bank of Montreal, Wheaton Precious Metals International and Goldcorp.
  • EDUCATION
    • Universidad Iberoamericana Law Degree, 2019 Mexico City, Mexico
  • LANGUAGES
    • English
    • Spanish
    • French

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