Estuardo Anaya Soto has more than 15 years of experience in the practice of environmental law, including consulting, litigation and development of environmental management and compliance systems, as well as consulting on social issues and legislative projects.
Estuardo specializes in environmental and regulatory audits of all types of projects including infrastructure, energy, real estate, education and health projects, advising developers, investors, investment funds, financial institutions, and even environmental and energy authorities.
Advised ENGIE and its affiliates, in connection with a limited recourse project financing in respect of four solar parks and two wind farms in Mexico with a combined generation capacity of 721 MW.
Represented Fibra MTY, as purchaser and landlord, in the sale-and-lease-back transaction entered with Whirlpool Corporation, of Whirlpool’s corporate and industrial campus in Monterrey. The Property is comprised of 10 office, manufacture and distribution buildings in an area of 384,451m2. This acquisition represented the largest single-asset, single-tenant, industrial sale lease back in the history of Mexico.
Represented Banco Santander Mexico, Nacional Financiera, Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior, Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Públicos, and EKF Danmarks Eksportkredit, in connection to a USD$513.387 million Senior Financing to Parque Eólico Reynosa III for the construction, development, installation, equipment, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of a wind power generating plant with a nominal capacity of 424 MW, located in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
Represented Walton Street Capital in the acquisition of different real estate and touristic projects located at the Riviera Nayarit, Los Cabos, Querétaro and Mexico City.
Represented Blackrock in the financing of the infrastructure improvement project serving CFE Petacalco’s carbo-electric generation plant.
Represented Bravo Energy in obtaining various environmental authorizations for the operation of its oil recycling plant located at Querétaro.