Benjamin Aguilera has a wide-ranging background in US corporate, M&A, finance and venture capital matters. In addition, Benjamin has experience in international transactions in Mexico, Central and South America, Spain and Portugal in corporate, M&A, venture capital, finance, anticorruption protocols, hospitality, resorts, commercial and residential real estate, and mining matters. He has also coordinated litigation, tax, intellectual property, labor, and environmental matters in Mexico and Latin America.
His international experience includes representing clients in transactions and issues regulated by NAFTA and other treaties and programs between the U.S. and Mexico; cross-border mergers and acquisitions, including both stock and asset transactions; formation of joint ventures, incorporation of subsidiaries; acquisition, financing, and development of commercial and residential real estate; negotiation of international manufacturing, licensing, and distribution agreements; set up of manufacturing facilities and prosecution of licenses and authorizations under special import-export programs, and representation of a trust fund by a Mexican state government to support exports by small and medium-sized businesses. Ben was born and raised in Mexico. He graduated from college and practiced public accounting in Mexico before he was admitted to practice law in Arizona. Ben is also a licensed C.P.A. in Mexico.