Effective Debt Collection and Risk Mitigation in Mexico During the Pandemic
Recorded On: 08/25/2020
This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.
Mexico’s civil justice system was nearly shutdown for the past four months, as part of the Covid-19 measures taken by the government. Creditors are faced not only with the challenge of not being able to enforce legal claims, but with an economic contraction that is making amicable collection even more challenging.
Creditors urgently need to understand these challenges, including the limitation of the justice system and the way debtors have been impacted. Attend this webinar to learn the best possible solutions and creative strategies to position your company at a strategic advantage to collect debt or secure ongoing or future sales transactions or loans. Learn all this and more, based on the latest information available. FCIB members can join at no cost as a benefit of membership.
About the Speaker
Romelio Hernandez, President, HMH Legal S.C., Tijuana-Baja California, Mexico
Romelio Hernandez is president at HMH Legal, a law firm that focuses on creditor protection in Mexico and Latin America, with services of debt collection, litigation, secure transactions and due diligence investigations. Based in Tijuana-Baja California, México, he works extensively with foreign firms, exporting companies and collection agencies, assisting them with out-of-court and legal collection efforts throughout the region. His litigation experience of more than 20 years and exposure to international commercial law has allowed him to provide guidance to foreign firms in mitigating the various risks of selling or extending loans internationally. Romelio graduated from Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, and was admitted to practice law in Mexico in 1997. Romelio holds a masters’ degree in comparative law (LL.M.) from the University of San Diego School of Law (2011).