Jesús Icaza Hornedo
- Attorney at Law (J.D.) / Universidad Anahuac México Norte.
- Diploma on Tax Law / Universidad de Negocios ISEC.
- Spanish (native).
- English (fluent).
- Partner Olea Abogados, S.C.
- Associate Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C.
- Associate Cannizzo, Ortiz y Asociados, S.C.
- Drafting of the judicial review against the first instance ruling against the unconstitutionality of the Flat Rate Business Tax (Ley del Impuesto Empresarial a Tasa Unica), as well as the collaboration in the drafting of the constitutional protection petition against the reforms to the tax consolidation regime for the financial year 2010 and the collaboration in the drafting of the constitutional protection petition against special tax to energy drinks in the financial year 2011 for high profile clients.
- Negotiation, drafting and review of several agreements for the construction of a petroleum product storage terminal for approximately US$135M, including all the agreements related to its financing and its operation with the offtaker.
- Negotiation, drafting and review of certain EPC and O&M agreements for several photovoltaic plants for approximately US$250M, as well as the agreements related to the financing of such plants.
- Negotiation, drafting and review of certain joint venture agreements for the design, construction and operation of certain 183 MW wind farm.
- Negotiation, drafting and review of several contracts, agreements and due diligences, including trusts, loans, pledges, mortgages, sales, services, shareholder agreements, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, in several industries for approximately US$400M.
- Negotiation, drafting and review of several private issuance of debt securities (secured and unsecured) for amounts in excess of US$400M, used for investment as equity and/or debt in various real estate, mining, hotel, energy and stock market projects, among others.
- Negotiation, preparation, review and management of residential real estate developments (including trusts), as well as for the acquisition of companies related to the salt industry, mining, hotels, information technology and education, for approximately US$200M.