Japan exports over $11 billion USD in goods to Mexico annually. As of October, 2018, over 1,000 Japanese companies are operating in Mexico. In particular, major Japanese automotive corporations all have a significant presence in Mexico, a manufacturing hub for the North American automotive industry.

Business Advisory

HLS Funakubo Gutierrez, S.C. (“HLS Mexico”) started operations in June 2010 to respond to the needs of our clients with operations in Mexico. Our clients in Mexico benefit from the renowned international services with the same vision, philosophy, and commitment that HLS Global is known for.

As your long-term business partner, we are only successful when your business reaches its full potential. We offer a full range of management advisory services including everything from M&A advisory to business feasibility studies.

Our management advisory services include:

From an accounting, tax, and legal standpoint, we support our clients throughout the M&A process.
We offer consulting services to support new overseas operations and provide additional strategic assistance.
We interview candidates to confirm their background, experience, and knowledge in specific finance and tax areas. We close the gap between a candidate’s experience and a position’s required skills by providing any necessary training.
We analyze whether a new business or project makes economic sense and ensure that any venture that our clients undertake will have a positive effect on their bottom line.
Since the early 1600s, Japan and Mexico have enjoyed a long, positive history of cultural and economic exchange. The Japan-Mexico Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation is recognized as Japan’s first “equal” treaty with a western country. As of October 2018, over 1,000 Japanese companies are operating in Mexico. In particular, major Japanese automotive corporations all have a significant presence in Mexico, a manufacturing hub for the North American automotive industry. Contact us today to learn how we can help you enter and thrive in the Mexican market.

Our Sources:

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan