Squire Patton Boggs has acted as counsel for Mexican and Spanish consumer debt management group Go Bravo (formerly named Resuelve tu Deuda) on a mezzanine structured loan obtained by Go Bravo from funds under management of mezzanine debt provider Alloy Capital.
Image: José Aguilar Shea, Manuel Mingot, José Luis Iriarte and Miguel Nasser.
Mexican fintech Go Bravo is one of the largest credit repair companies in Latin America and Mexico’s leading credit repair company focused on providing service and credit-based debt settlement solutions. Resuelve tu Deuda has developed a proprietary debt settlement and financial-scoring technology platform that has allowed the company to successfully operate its business model in other Spanish speaking countries. The company currently operates in Mexico, Colombia, Spain, Portugal and Italy.
Alloy Capital is a leading cross-border credit provider created to meet the growth capital needs of middle-market companies in Mexico, the US, the US Hispanic market, and other developing markets.
The team has been formed by tax partner José Aguilar Shea and finance partner Manuel Mingot, legal director José Luis Iriarte, senior associates Miguel Nasser and associates Andrea Boullosa and David Calleja.