The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Northeast and Inter-American Chapters, invite you to a two-part webinar series to discuss the economic and business outlook for Mexico, with a focus on the pandemic recovery, the recent mid-term elections, the accomplishments and challenges on the implementation of the USMCA, and the first six months on the relation with the new U.S. administration.

In addition to a macro and public finance overview, our panelists will be providing analysis of different industries and implications for the corporate sector, both for their local and international operations.

Mexico’s Mid-Year Financial & Business Review

July 27 & 29, 2021 – 2:00 pm ET

(Two Part Webinar Series)

Tuesday, July 27 – Session 1: Experts Outlook Roundtable


-Féliz Boni, Chief Office of Economic Analysis, HR Ratings

-Jack Deino, Managing Director, Head of Emerging Markets, Corporate Debt Team, BlackRock

-William Maloney, Chief EConomist for Latin America & the Caribbean, World Bank

-Valeria Moy, General Director, Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO)


-Ociel Hernández, Head of Research & Strategy, BBVA Mexico

Thursday, July 29 – Session 2: CFO’s Roundtable


-Benjamín Ampudia, Chief Financial Officer, Grupo IDESA

-Carlos Gómez, Chief Financial Officer, Terrafina

-Jorge Padilla, Chief Financial Officer, Grupo Kuo


-Edgar Cruz, Global Strategy & Credit Research, BBVA Mexico

Registration Fees:

One Session

Member: $15.00  /  Non Member: $25.00

Both Sessions

Member: $25.00 /  Non-Member: $45.00

To register and for more information, please click here.