Located in the North American continent, the country of Mexico is bordered by the United States of America, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Guatemala and Belize. One of the most important benefits of Mexico business registration is that the country boasts of profitable trade policies and further effectively links the South and North American consumer Economies. It is one of the most influential and highly diversified economies of the world with a significant number of investments in the private sector. Additionally, it has an unbiased tax and legal system that supports a foreign and local business indiscriminately. Lastly, company formation in Mexico is favourable mainly due to its complete foreign ownership policy. Below are the reasons why Mexico attracts a considerable amount of foreign direct investment.

  • It has free trade agreements with over 50 countries across the world.

  • Mexico has been on a reform path for a number of years, privatizing, deregulating, and cutting back the role of government.

  • It has taken measures such as strengthening laws, intensifying IP Protection rights and cross –border trade facilitation among others.

  • Opening a company in an emerging market is likely to get a business first-mover advantage, i.e., if a company is able to kick-start business in Mexico’s emerging economy early on, they shall be able to establish a niche in the market.

  • An emerging market allows for an immense access to new capital. As emerging economies become more developed, there is an increase in available capital, which businesses can grab to expand into yet another country.

  • Mexico boasts of a stable economy, which can be seen in its ability to stay stable even after the 2008 recession that some economies are still recovering from.



  • Minimum two Shareholders/Partners
  • Minimum one Director (any nationality)
  • Minimum capital required is $3,000.00 pesos(50% must be paid at the time of incorporation)


  • Legalized with apostil copy of the Articles of Association
  • Legalized with apostil copy shareholders register or extract Chamber of Commerce showing the shareholders
  • Legalized with apostil copy of the passport of Shareholders
  • Utility bill showing the private address of the Shareholders
  • Legalized with apostil Power of Attorney (POA) provided by the Mexican Notary


Formation of Corporate Entity

  • Preparing and executing the POA
  • Requesting appropriate apostilles/legalizations
  • Corporate name search and reservation
  • Drafting the By-Laws and Articles of Incorporation
  • Drafting of any other relevant documents as may be required for the Company Incorporation
  • Execution of the Article of Association with the notary and formal Mexico Company registration
  • Requesting Mexican Tax Identification Number
  • Registration with the Mexican National Registry of Foreign Investment
  • Registration of Mexican Importer’s list
  • Hacienda Foreign Investor Registration
  • Obtaining Electronic Signature
  • Opening of Corporate Bank Accounts
  • Mexican Employee Social Security Registration (IMSS), if requested

Compliance Services after Company Incorporation

  • Accounting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Accounting Compliances
  • Tax Computation
  • Tax filings and Compliances
  • Invoice Generation and Assistance
  • Local Representative
  • Local Registered Address Services


Setting up a company in Mexico takes approximately 3-4 weeks. The corporate bank account process will require at least 6-8 weeks after the company incorporation.
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