Trade Credit in Mexico: Securing Trade Credit - Part 2
Recorded On: 05/10/2022
The short-term outlook for Mexico points to a fragile economic recovery in 2022, as issues in the global supply chains and uncertainty in the labor market are likely to persist for some time, says Deloitte.
Learn about security devices as well as the latest legal developments in Mexico that allow for strategic and creative legal tools, which have a direct positive impact on creditors, in their dealings with debtors. Discover how to create and implement a game plan for exporters to follow when offering trade credit to customers in Mexico to secure sales through key documentation that allows strong and agile actions for debt collection.
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 debt collection, litigation, secure transactions and due diligence investigation services. Based in Tijuana-Baja California, México, Romelio works extensively with foreign firms, exporting companies and collection agencies, assisting them with out-of-court and legal collection efforts throughout the region. His more than 20-year litigation experience and exposure to international commercial law has allowed him to guide foreign firms in mitigating the 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. He holds a masters’ degree in comparative law (LL.M.) from the University of San Diego School of Law (2011).