Our partners Eduardo Triulzi, Gabriel Robles, Héctor Cárdenas, and Eric Silberstein co-authored the “Law and Practice” and “Trends & Developments” sections of Mexico’s chapter for Chambers’ Venture Capital Practice Guide.
Key topics include:

  • Trends 
  • VC Funds 
  • Investments in VC Portfolio Companies 
  • Government Inducements 
  • Employment Incentives 
  • Exits 
  • Regulation

Throughout the chapter, our experts explain that Mexico presents vast opportunities for venture capital, driven by a dynamic start-up ecosystem and favorable regulations. Despite a slowdown in the past year, the venture capital scene shows signs of recovery. 

Other highlights include: 

  • 2021 was a record year with 167 deals and USD$4.7 billion in investments. 
  • The prefered sectors by VC funds are software, fintech, consumer services, and data companies. 
  • Fintech growth includes significant investments in neobanks, finance platforms, and payment processors. 
  • Regulatory support comes from the 2018 Fintech Law and Mexican Securities Market Law reforms. 
  • Future focus areas are AI, logistics and climate tech. 
  • Investment will increase in companies focused on ESG standards and D&I iniciatives.

We invite you to read the full article to learn more about this topic. 

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