Diego focuses his practice in general corporate with emphasis in corporate finance and debt restructuring transactions either out of court or insolvency in-court proceedings. He has extensive experience on banking and securities financings, as well as, on simple and structured financings provided by any other financial and non-financial entities, in this later case, those granted by venture capital and private equity funds. He represents Mexican and foreign banks and other lenders providing counseling in connection with credits or loans and in the creation and perfection of Mexican security packages. He also has experience in corporate governance matters. 

Diego is retained by clients in regulatory matters of financial institutions such as banks, broker dealers, investment funds, insurance companies, bank non-banks, retirement investment funds, credit unions and other relevant financial entities. He also has experience in general corporate matters with emphasis in M&A of regulated companies, especially those pertaining to the Mexican financial system.

Diego has participated in structured financings, secured and unsecured lending transactions, restructurings and workouts and in-court cross-border insolvency proceedings, private and public offerings of debt and equity, securitization and asset-backed finance transactions, project finance, private equity, venture capital and derivative transactions, as well as financial regulatory matters.

He also has extensive experience in real estate transactions, specifically in the hospitality and leisure, industrial and housing areas, representing landowners, developers, landlords and lenders. Prior to DLA Piper, Diego was a manager of banking projects at Mexico's National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV).