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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 1 Apr 2019

Illegal termination of a contract for the only reason of seeking the reorganization or restructuring of a company.

Nowadays, it is very common to find on any contracts (leasing, loans, credit, insurance, purchase, among others) a clause stating that any of the…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 4 Feb 2019

Access to bankruptcy proceedings in Mexico

According to the Federal Constitution (Article 17) and the international trades subscribed by the Mexican government, one of the most sacred human…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 28 Nov 2018

Fintech Compliance Officer

Rules issued by the National Banking and Securities Commission ("CNBV") require fintech companies to appoint a compliance officer to establish…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 17 Oct 2018

Equity requirements for Fintech

The provisions published on September 10th, in the Mexican Official Gazette (the "Provisions") mention the minimum equity requirements a fintech must…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 8 Oct 2018

The Classification of Consumer's Credits in Bankruptcy Proceedings in Mexico

Since 2012, after an important Human Rights Constitutional reform on 2011, Mexican Federal Courts have had different interpretations and have issued…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 20 Sep 2018

Mexico - Requirements to Operate as Fintech

In accordance with the Financial Technology Institutions Law ("Fintech Law"), fintech companies must comply with a series of standards to operate as…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 24 Jul 2018

Amendment to the General Law on Climate Change and its implications in the markets

On July 13, 2018 the Decree amending the General Law on Climate Change (GLCC) was published in the Mexican Official Gazette. The Decree addresses…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 10 Jan 2018

The insolvency proceeding of a foreign company located in Mexico

According to article 16 of the Mexican Commercial Insolvency Law (in Spanish "Ley de Concursos Mercantiles"), a foreign company can be declared under…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 24 Jul 2017

The court’s role in a bankruptcy proceeding in Mexico

According to the Commercial Insolvency Law in México, the Bankruptcy Court is the “director” of the proceeding, and has all the powers and…
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SOLCARGO | Mexico | 22 Jun 2017

DIP Financing in Mexico

All companies, including those in bankruptcy, need access to cash to continue operating. Companies are usually driven into bankruptcy due to a…
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