We offer advice for the creation of your company in Mexico, from choosing the legal structure to opening bank accounts. We accompany you throughout the process so that you can establish yourself in the country effectively.

Setting up a company in Mexico involves several steps and legal requirements. Our firm specializes in guiding expats through this process, ensuring a seamless and efficient company formation experience.

We provide comprehensive guidance for setting up your company in Mexico, that includes:

Business Structure Selection:

The first step is determining the most suitable business structure for your venture in Mexico. Common options include a Sociedad Anónima (SA), Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada (SRL), or a branch of a foreign company. We help you understand the advantages, disadvantages, and legal implications of each structure, allowing you to make an informed decision.

Name Reservation:

Once you've selected a business structure, we assist you in reserving a unique name for your company. This involves conducting a name search to ensure availability and complying with specific naming guidelines set by the Mexican government.

Registration and Permits:

We handle the registration of your company with the appropriate government authorities, such as the Public Registry of Commerce (Registro Público de Comercio) and the Tax Administration Service (Servicio de Administración Tributaria). Additionally, we assist in obtaining any necessary permits or licenses required for your specific industry.

Tax Registration:

As part of the company formation process, we ensure your business is properly registered for taxation purposes. This includes obtaining the RFC (Registro Federal de Contribuyentes) and any other tax identification numbers relevant to your business activities.

Bank Account Setup:

To operate legally in Mexico, your company will need a Mexican bank account. Our firm helps you navigate the banking system, providing guidance on the necessary documentation and facilitating the account opening process.

Ongoing Compliance:

Once your company is formed, it's important to stay compliant with Mexican laws and regulations. Our firm provides ongoing support in meeting your legal and reporting obligations, including annual filings, tax compliance, and corporate governance requirements.