Miranda Partners is pleased to announce that Luis Anaya starts a new role as Financial Planning Partner, within the Miranda Financial Advisory division. Luis has 13+ years of experience in Financial Planning, both in FMCG -Unilever, Hersheys and Bacardi- as well as in E-commerce -Mercado Libre and Valoreo-.
Miranda Partners and ADDvisory have agreed to join up and offer Talent and People Advisory services through a new entity, Miranda People ADDvisory, combining the strengths of the two businesses. The new company will offer HR, recruiting and talent advisory services to Mexico-based companies, especially in the Financial, IT, and Digital Transformation areas.
Miranda Partners is pleased to announce the creation of Miranda Financial Advisory, which will be headed by Lilian Ochoa, former Senior Vice President of investment banking at Actinver Casa de Bolsa, and senior equity analyst at GBM Casa de Bolsa. Lillian will also lead the Miranda Partners’ office in Monterrey.
Miranda Partners is publishing our first guest blog, from Miguel Angel Davila, a founding partner at Tukan. As the blog shows, TUKAN collects, cleans, and standardizes millions of data points for the Mexican market, with a focus on the financial sector. For the data junkies out there like ourselves, we cannot recommend TUKAN highly enough.
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Mexican journalism, increasingly targeted by organized crime and institutions, continues to shine. This summer has been successful for many communication professionals, while new spaces for women and young people emerge that we hope will be an example of work for their collaborators in times of crisis.
On this week’s Compliance Blog we will talk about an issue of concern for everyone living in Mexico: the perception of insecurity in Mexican states. Which states are seen as the riskiest, and how does this relate to money laundering prevention? Keep reading to find out.
One of the top stories in the news this month involving the world of Mexican journalism has been the case of Vallarta-Cassez and the footage of their apprehension from 2005. Additionally, some of the most important media outlets in the country continue to make leadership changes, while acts of harassment and authoritarianism against journalists and informative platforms continue.
On this week’s Compliance blog we are going to cover the National Risk Assessment (NRA), an issue that is an integral part of institutional Risk Based Approach programs and Money Laundering Prevention (PLD) programs.