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Gabriel Lozano focuses his practice on general corporate and securities matters, including international mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital investments, commercial loans and securities offerings. He is experienced in cross-border litigation, representing foreign plaintiffs in contract disputes and suits filed in the United States. Gabriel has served as a transactional attorney advising clients in connection with domestic as well as cross-border transactions.


  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Private equity
  • Financial regulatory and compliance
  • Energy and infrastructure
  • International transactions
  • Commercial loans and debt restructuring
  • Capital markets



  • Advised IGNIA Partners and Dalus Capital as lead co-investors, as well as other investors, in a Series A equity round of US$6.5 million in the company UnDosTres, a Mexican FinTech company with an online digital payment platform. The proceeds of this investment round will be used to fund the platform’s growth, and to continue development of new payment services.
  • Representation of an institutional investor in establishing a Joint Venture Agreement with a developer of industrial real estate projects in Mexico, in order to fund the development of new projects for a term of at least 3 years. The scope of our engagement included advising on the deal structure, drafting and negotiating deal documents, overseeing the incorporation of SPVs in Mexico, and documenting and formalizing the projects to be developed under this joint venture.
  • Representation of a syndicate of banks on a project financing deal, in connection with a toll road in Mexico. Financing was granted for up to MX$964,645,000 to cover the construction of the project, as well as VAT payments during the construction phase. Our engagement included drafting and negotiating the deal documents, review of the bid documents, conduct due diligence on the SPV incorporated in order to carry out this project, as well as on its shareholders which were awarded this project by the governmental authorities in Mexico.
  • Representation of an institutional investor involved in real estate development, in obtaining a credit facility of up to MX$364,000,000 pesos from one of the top banks in Mexico in order to fund its development projects. Our engagement included advising our client on the optimal deal structure, as well as negotiating and drafting deal documents.
  • Representation of a bank extending a line of credit for the acquisition of a seller financing facility in connection with an underlying real estate loan portfolio in Mexico, and advise in the syndication of such financing. The scope of our engagement included to review and report the mechanics of the seller financing facilities being acquired, give an overview of the status of its collateral, and give legal advice in connection with the anti-trust implications in Mexico of acquiring such financing facilities. GT also facilitated the closing of the financing and the syndication of the loan facility extended by our client, particularly in connection with exchange of promissory notes in Mexico.
  • Advised venture capital and private equity funds, throughout the investment and exit phases, involved in a range of industries and commercial transactions in Mexico.°
  • Advised in the investment of a Mexican banking institution in a micro-financing firm offering online loans.°
  • Advised a private equity firm in the purchase of distressed loan portfolio in Mexico.°
  • Participated in the issuance of corporate debt securities in the form of certificados bursátiles.°
  • Advised a Mexican banking institution in investigation procedures before the Mexican securities regulator (Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores).°
  • Advised an international institutional investor in managing their investment in a publicly traded airport group in Mexico.°
  • Participated in drafting and negotiating an EPC contract for a 142 Mw cogeneration plant in Mexico.°
  • Participated in drafting and negotiating power purchase agreements.°
  • Participated in various projects enabling family companies to implement mechanisms to ensure a successful generational transition.°
  • Participated in litigation in the United States representing Mexican parties pursuing legal action against counterparts from the United States.°
  • Participated in a cross-border contract dispute involving a Mexican public company against a major financial institution in the United States, winning a federal preliminary injunction blocking the transfer of a loan to a competitor.°

°The above representations were handled by Mr. Lozano prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, S.C.

Recognition & Leadership

  • Listed, Best Lawyers, “Best Lawyers in Mexico,” Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions Law, 2023


  • LL.M., New York University School of Law, 2009
  • Advanced Professional Certificate, Law and Business, New York University Stern School of Business, 2009
  • Law Degree, with honors, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios de Monterrey, México, 2004
  • Mexico
  • New York
  • Spanish, Native
  • English, Fluent
  • French, Fluent
  • Italian, Conversational