Marcos Carrasco-Menchaca offers advisory and consulting providers associated to worldwide commerce compliance, customs, free commerce agreements, customs litigation and taxation on overseas commerce, in addition to rendering providers in worldwide enterprise transactions and administrative litigation.
Marcos has broad expertise in advising the implementation of governmental exportation applications, such because the registration of firms within the Mexican Maquila Program (IMMEX), VAT certification, Sectorial Promotion Applications (PROSEC) and Disadvantage, amongst others.
A acknowledged worldwide commerce lawyer, Marcos is at present an advisor on overseas commerce of main multinational and nationwide firms within the retail, vogue, oil and fuel, automotive, auto components and manufacturing industries.
Due to his background coping with worldwide contracting and cross border litigation, firms and fellow attorneys continuously look for his recommendation on a broad image of business-related implications and penalties.
Marcos additionally has related information in customs valuation and has assisted international model title firms figuring out whether or not or not the funds of royalties, insurance coverage and freight charges should be thought-about as incrementing the customs worth of imported items.
Arbitrator, Mexico Metropolis’s Chamber of Commerce (CANACO) (2002-present)
Professor, Universidad Panamericana (UP) (1999-2002)
Professor, Universidad Anahuac del Sur (2001)
Professor, Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) (2002)
Professor, Centro Universitario Mexico Division of Increased Research (1999-2001)