Rosa M. Rojas Vértiz  picture Rosa M. Rojas Vértiz

Attorney and Part-time Professor

RMRV Consulting /ITAM



Rosa became an independent consultant on Insolvency and Business Law after practicing extensively as a transactional lawyer with leading firms and after having joined for several years the Supreme Court of Mexico. She was a member of the Banking and Finance Group of a leading Mexican firm dealing with lending and secured transactions, real estate financing, structured cross-border financing, restructurings and workouts. Later she joined the First Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico, where she drafted judgments and contributed to the development of legal precedents dealing with civil, commercial, finance and insolvency matters.

She is part-time Professor of Business Law and Property Law at ITAM (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México) and has a PhD from the Institute of Legal Research of Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (IJJ-UNAM). Chevening scholar at The London School of Economics and Political Science, where she accomplished an LL.M. on Corporate and Commercial Law with merit. Law Degree with honors from Escuela Libre de Derecho (Mexico City). Certified on Amparo Proceedings by Universidad Panamericana (Mexico City).

Rosa has participated as speaker in many conferences and seminars dealing with Business and Insolvency Law in Mexico and abroad, including the NextGen program of the 2014 III Conference in Mexico City, the 2018 III Conference in New York and the 2019 III Conference in Barcelona. Among her publications are:

“The New Insolvency System in Mexico” published on the website of the Federal Institute of Specialists in Insolvency Law and on the Mexican Bulletin of Comparative Law, New Series, Year XXXV, Number 105, September-December 2002.

“Insolvency Proceedings for Natural Persons: Why is Latin America Innovating?” Gold Medal Winner 2018 III Prize in International Insolvency Studies. Published in the Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice, Vol. 27, No. 5 (2018), p. 453.


Mexican Bar Association.
National Association of Business Lawyers (ANADE).
Mexican Academy of Private and Comparative International Law (AMEDIP).
International Insolvency Institute. NextGen and Alumni.
Ibero-American Institute for Law and Finance. Coordinator in Mexico.
Law Schools Global League. Member of the Business and Law Research Group.
American Bankruptcy Institute.
INSOL International.
IWIRC Latin America.


Cross-border insolvency law, Finance law, Secured Transactions