First DBG Program in Mexico Draws 250

Our Doing Business Globally program in Mexico City last week brought together senior business leaders and Baker McKenzie practitioners from across North America to discuss the legal and business challenges facing companies in Mexico. The event drew nearly 250 attendees, including dozens of general counsel, senior in-house counsel and other senior business executives.

Federico Ranero, General Manager at Uber Mexico, provided thoughtful insights on the challenges and future of urban mobility during his keynote address, while our plenary panel, moderated by Jason Marczak, Director of the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, explored the risks for Mexican companies in the global economy.

During our breakout sessions, we examined the complexities of operating across borders, and the geopolitical and macroeconomic developments impacting multinational companies in Mexico — from digital currency and GDPR to trade policy and supply chain readiness .

Check out tweets and photos from the event below.