Rodolfo Benítez Hernández
16 Sep 2016
For almost a decade, the BBVA Bancomer Foundation has been supporting the filmmaking vision, dreams and talent of young university students through its Hazlo en Cortometraje (Do it in a Short Film) contest. This year’s contest, with over 1,113 submissions, has been a success. The works are produced by Mexican students – the contest only recently opened to participants from other countries – and focus on topics that basically aim to drive a change in attitude among society with respect to different issues.
13 Sep 2016
Mexico’s banking market is in the middle of an expansionary period due to demographic factors and the macroeconomic stability that has been attained over recent years. This has produced a growing demand for credit in several different sectors, permitting a positive financing outlook that could reach the equivalent of 40% of Mexico’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the coming years.
12 Sep 2016
The history of its commitment to Mexico began on October 15, 1932 when a group of 28 people, driven by the vision of Salvador Ugarte Vizcaíno, set up Banco de Comercio S.A. The first headquarters of the Bank located in the center of Mexico City was opened in 1936 and before the decade ended it already had correspondents in Chicago and New York.
06 Jun 2016
The Energy Reform is the second largest change to the energy sector in the last 100 years. And according to José Antonio González Anaya, General Manager of the state company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), Pemex has played a fundamental role in this change.
Mexico’s commitment to stability and reform is producing positive impacts on employment, improved purchasing power for salaries and domestic demand, which has become the driver of economic growth in Mexico, according to the Finance and Public Credit Secretary, Luis Videgaray.