FINANCING FOR MIDDLE MARKET CROSS-BORDER MANUFACTURING AND OPERATIONS

The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Northeast, Inter-American, and Inter-Mountain Chapters, invite you to a webinar part of our USMCA series to discuss financing for cross-border middle-market manufacturing and operations.

USMCA Series: Financing for Middle Market Cross-Border Manufacturing & Operations

May 25, 2021 – 2:00 to 3:00 PM ET

Videoconference

Speakers: 

John Min, Chief Economist, Tempus

Luis Noriega, Lender Account Manager, Export-Import Bank of the U.S.

Sara Sandin, Head of the Development Banking Unit, Mexico’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP)

Rafael Valladares, Partner, ValPer

Moderator:

Vicente Ferrer, U.S. International Desk Director, Santander

Discussion Topics: 

Overview on middle-market financing needs for export, manufacturing and international trade sectors in Mexico and the United States

The role, policies, and programs of the Mexican development banking sector and the U.S. Eximbank to foster and support access to financing and guarantees for middle-market domestic and international companies operating in both countries.

USMCA: Benefits and Implications for cross-border operations and their financing.

Foreign exchange outlook and hedging/risk management in U.S.-Mexico cross-border financing.  Pros & cons of US Dollar vis-à-vis MX Peso financing.

Banking, non-banking and fintech financing: Regulation, differences, and complementarities.

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