Doing Business in Mexico

A Changing Business Climate

The changing business climate in Mexico is driving increased business interest for expanding operations into Mexico. Business regulations have been eased in meaningful ways, and recent labor reforms and anti-trust legislation are contributing to making doing business in Mexico more attractive.

Watch the webinar recording: If operations in Mexico are in your plans, you should be aware of recent changes to employer obligations as well as the regulatory landscape.

In this broadcast you will learn:

  • Corporate entity structure models
  • Common tax considerations
  • Getting your first employee on the ground
  • Employment - tax burdens, benefits and unions
  • Country specific HR concerns
Rich de la Rosa, Director, Advisory Services, High Street Partners Presenter:
Rich de la Rosa,
Advisory Services,
High Street Partners

Rich de la Rosa is a Director of Advisory Services, with a focus on Latin America. Within this region, Rich plays an integral role in assisting HSP’s clients with technical issues related to entity setup, tax, accounting, trade and employment. With more than 15 years of combined experience in Corporate Finance and International Taxation, Rich’s skill set lends itself seamlessly to our clients’ primary needs.

Don’t let changing business conditions in Mexico lead to missed opportunities. Watch the recording of "Doing Business in Mexico" today!

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