corporate obligations


New Rules for Capital Stock in Commercial Companies and What You Should Do About it.

Capital by Simon Cunningham

Photo credit: Capital by Simon Cunningham Last December 15, 2011, Mr. Calderon Administration published a package of amendments for promoting investment and cutting the red tape for incorporating and operating commercial companies in Mexico, including to the General Law of Commercial Companies (GLCC). One of the Amendments removes the minimum capital stock for corporate forms of Sociedad Anómima...

Compliance with Corporate Obligations 2012

World Trade Center México by Alejandro

Photo credit: World Trade Center México by Alejandro It is early February, and it is time to start preparing those documents to comply with corporate obligations of companies. Here is a small reminder of those obligations. (a)           If a company requires tax audits, most likely would require obtaining an opinion on the status of legal matters. These opinions are used to assess whether the...

2011 Filings before Foreign Investment Registry

day in the life: lunch money by marya

Photo credit: day in the life: lunch money by marya It is already August, 2011.  Mexican companies with foreign investment should have filed its annual report before the National Commission for Foreign Investment. This Report contains financial and statistical information for governmental reference to prepare economic plans. If your company missed it, it is possible to present a late filing with...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation.

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