Mexico's new tax reform package - what you need to know

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Mexico’s proposed tax reform, first presented by President Enrique Peña Nieto on 8 September, has been approved by the two houses and is about to be finalized and signed into law.

The changes included in the final reform package could have significant tax impact on all multinationals operating or investing in Mexico.

EY is dedicated to keeping you informed of the changes. During this webcast, we will cover highlights of the final proposal as approved – increased income tax rates on earnings, a broadened tax base, and changes to the maquiladora regime.

Join our panel of EY tax professionals for an interactive discussion and find out what these latest developments will mean to you and your company’s operations. During this live, interactive webcast, you will have the opportunity to ask questions through the website and the panelists will answer as many of your questions as time permits.

This program will be of interest to vice presidents/directors of tax/international tax/transfer pricing/customs/global trade, directors of finance, CFOs, international tax managers and tax accountants looking for the latest practical information and guidance on the Mexican tax environment. We hope you will be able to join us!




Enrique Ramirez Figueroa

Tax Litigation Leader, Mancera, S.C., the Ernst & Young member firm in Mexico

Enrique Ramirez Figueroa has been the partner in charge of the tax litigation practice in Mancera S.C., the EY member firm in Mexico since 1 May 2013.

Enrique began his professional practice in tax law in 1987 with the firm Basham, Ringe and Correa, S.C. From 1997 to 2013 he was a partner in the tax litigation and tax consulting practices at CHEVEZ, RUIZ, ZAMARRIPA Y CIA., S.C. His main professional experience is as a tax litigation attorney, having litigated over the past 19 years several cases in representing the largest companies in the country.

Enrique is a graduate of the Universidad Panamericana (UP) where he obtained his degree in Law in 1991. Each year since 2002, the magazine Latin Lawyer 250 Latin America’s leading business law firms has recognized him as one of the best tax lawyers.

Koen van’t Hek

International Tax Services Leader, Mancera, S.C., the Ernst & Young member firm in Mexico

Koen van’t Hek is the leader of the International Tax Services practice of Mancera S.C., the EY member firm in Mexico. Koen has over 20 years of experience in international tax planning, of which more than 10 years have been in Mexico. He is focused on mergers and acquisitions, tax efficient supply chain management, financing and intangible structuring, involving large multinationals of United States and Europe.

Koen holds a tax law degree from the University of Tilburg, The Netherlands and studied International Law at the University of Leuven, Belgium. He also studied European Fiscal Studies (post graduate) at the University of Rotterdam.

Koen speaks regularly at internal and external courses and conferences and is a frequent contributor to international tax magazines such as Tax Notes International and International Tax Review. He has been nominated as a leading individual adviser in Mexico by the International Tax Review magazine.


Alfredo Alvarez

Partner, Mancera, S.C., the Ernst & Young member firm in Mexico

Alfredo Alvarez is a tax partner of Mancera S.C., the EY member firm in Mexico, as well as the current Leader of the Latin America Business Center (LABC) and Leader of Business Tax Advisory services in Latin America. Alfredo is currently based in Mexico City.

Alfredo regularly teaches the “Corporate Taxes” program at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. He is a regular speaker in IFA Mexico Group, ANEFAC and ANTAD (Mexican Retailers Association).

Alfredo was a member of the panel, “Mexican Multinational’s investing in the US,” of the Bi-Lateral Congress of the Mexican and American Branches of the International Fiscal Association in Chicago in 2011. He was also a member of the panel, “Taxation of portfolio investment in real estate (including REIT regimes),” of the International Fiscal Association Congress in Vancouver in 2009.