Insolvency Institute

Rosa Vértiz

Part-time Professor and Consultant

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Río Hondo No. 1, Col. Progreso Tizapán,
Mexico City, 01080
Deleg. Alvaro Obregón, Mexico

T. +5215554323916

Business Law, Corporate litigation, insolvency law
Porperty Law, Secured Transactions


Escuela Libre de Derecho (Mexico City) (1996) Law Degree with honors. Chevening scholar at The London School of Economics and Political Science, LL.M. on Corporate and Commercial Law (2000) with merit. International Bankruptcy Course. Instituto Teconológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) (January-April 2013). Sponsored by the American College of Bankruptcy and the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation via the The West Education Network (TWEN).

Expert on commercial law, particularly in finance and insolvency law. Has actively participated in the structuring, negotiation and implementation of all types of financing, from syndicated credit agreements to structured financing, including real estate financing for industrial, commercial and residential purposes and security interests. Has also advised several foreign financial institutions and multinational organizations on insolvency and international restructurings, corporate and commercial law matters.

Has expertise in the litigation of civil and commercial matters, as well as, in constitutional proceedings, after having worked for more than 7 years in the First Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico as Secretaria de Estudio y Cuenta, where she drafted many judgments, mainly on civil law, business and commercial law, including torts, security interests, real estate, insurance and banking law, as well as, on insolvency law. Combining during such years her knowledge and expertise in those areas with a thorough study and research on human rights, including property rights, housing and freedom of speech.

Rosa was a member of the panel “World-Wide Restructurings” held in the AIJA Annual Congress in Mexico City 2005. Also participated in the discussion table: “Most Bankruptcies are caused by mismanagement”, held in the AIJA Seminar, March 1-2, 2007 Barcelona, Spain, and was a Next-Gen Panelist at the 2014 III Conference held in Mexico City, on June 10, 2014, discussing “Life after Vitro. Legal Developments in both Mexico and the Unites States.”

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