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ONEtoONE’s Mexico is part of ONEtoONE Corporate Finance, one of the leading international M&A Advisory Firms with a presence in 16 countries and accumulated experience from more than a thousand corporate finance mandates in the middle-market.
Our commitment is providing our clients with integral corporate finance advisory when searching for investors, selling their companies, strengthening their balance sheets, entering into the Mexican market through mergers and acquisitions, developing a strategic plan or accurately estimating the value of their businesses.
We are constantly innovating and seeking to provide the most efficient, diligent and professional service. All of our deals have strong exposure to international buyers and financiers through our global network of partners. In addition, our in-house IT capabilities allow our clients to keep track of all the related activities of their mandate in real time through ONEtoONE’s unique platform called Clarity.
Mexico is considered the 11th largest economy in the world with economy totaling around the U.S. $2.4 trillion and a mild year to year growth of around 2%. It has oriented towards manufacturing since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) signed in 1994. Mexico is the second largest exporter and third largest importer of US goods with the two-way trade exceeding the U.S. $579 billion.1 Mexico is however not limiting the trade to the U.S. only, acquiring trade agreements with 46 countries with 90% of agreements signed under free trade regulation. The top exports of Mexico are cars, vehicle parts, delivery trucks, computers, and telephones. The imports, on the other hand, are refined petroleum, integrated circuits, computers and cars.
Market Access Opportunity
In terms of M&A deals, the total number of transactions have decreased by 17% but the overall value rose by 21% between 2016-2017, with an approximate total value of US $20.9 billion. The focal industries for these M&A transactions were financial, energy consumer products, insurance, infrastructure, and mining. For the time being, the most active sectors for M&A in Mexico are energy, infrastructure, real estate, consumer products, and health.2
Sources: 1. (2018) Mexico Economy 2018 2. Valencia, E. (2019). Mergers & Acquisitions 2018 | Mexico | Laws and Regulations – Global Legal Insights.
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