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Felipe FernandezAlfredo GomezMauricio Jaime and Patricio Yañez share their perspectives in the following article published in Chambers & Partners on the impact of nearshoring on Mexican banking and finance transactions and other key trends and developments in Mexico. MORE.

VGF advised CEMEX, a leading multinational cement and building materials company, in its return to the Mexican debt market, through the establishment of a revolving long-term notes program for up to MXN$20 billion (approximately USD$1.1 billion) and the initial issuance of sustainability-linked notes thereunder. MORE.

VGF has published a "Law Insight", summarizing recent amendments to Mexico's Business Companies Law that formally allow meetings of shareholders and directors to be conducted remotely, via platforms such as Zoom and Teams. Although after the COVID-19 pandemic this had already become common practice, it was not formally recognized in the law, which created legal uncertainty and varying practices across companies. MORE.