Gustavo Robles has ample experience in structured finance transactions, both involving public and private companies, and states and municipalities, as well as in mergers, acquisitions and business combinations.  Among other transactions, Mr. Robles has participated in the financing of the country’s first private oil pipeline, the first debt offering of a Mexican municipality backed by federal distributions, the first issuance of a financial guaranty insurance policy in México, the restructuring of the entire public debt of the State of Mexico, the implementation of the first financing to a public financing institute for a state, the acquisition of hotels in colonial locations, the acquisition of industrial plants, and strategic associations involving companies in the infrastructure and insurance sectors.

In matters related to administrative law, Mr. Robles is an expert in concessions and public-private partnerships. 

His experience in dispute resolution includes the negotiation and closing of the settlement agreements that resolved the largest moral damage lawsuits to date in Mexico, as well as the landmark trackage rights agreements of the Mexican railroad industry.  He has also successfully represented several companies in arbitration proceedings, as well as in constitutional litigation cases that have been significant for the telecommunications and transportation industries.

Before he founded the Firm, Gustavo Robles was a partner with the Mexico City office of a preeminent New York law firm.

Attorney at Law, Escuela Libre de Derecho
LLM, Harvard Law School


Bars and Courts
Authorized to practice law in Mexico

Academic Activities
Tenured professor of Administrative Law at the Escuela Libre de Derecho
Professor of law in the advanced degree seminars of the Universidad Panamericana