Alejandro’s practice focuses on the structuring and financing of infrastructure and energy projects, government procurement, public-private partnerships, real estate finance and investment and related corporate matters, including joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions. He has represented clients from Mexico and Latin America in a wide range of sectors including water projects, toll roads, oil and gas, renewable energy, social and cultural infrastructure, where he has advised financial institutions, governmental entities, state governments, national and multinational companies and private equity funds. Alejandro graduated as attorney at law from the Ibero-American University (2012) and received a master’s degree in government and public policies from the Panamerican University (2015) and a master’s degree in constitutional law from the Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies in Madrid, Spain (2017).