Eight Mexican companies joined ELITE, London Stock Exchange Group’s international business support and capital raising programme this month. The eight Mexican companies come from across the country and represent a diverse range of sectors from Aviation to Health and Technology.
The new Mexican companies bring the total number of businesses in the ELITE community to 915, from across 33 countries and 34 sectors. Together they are generating around €67 billion in combined revenues and employ over 400,000 people across Europe and internationally.
“I can’t stress strongly enough the enormous potential for bridge-building between our financial service ecosystems. As Mexico’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom I am committed to contributing to bringing London´s financial services closer to Mexican companies looking for capital and working toward enhancing their international footprint. The launch of ELITE in Mexico is a fundamental step in that direction”Julián Ventura Valero, Mexico’s Ambassador to the UK said.
The new Mexican companies who joined Elite are: Aerolineas Ejecutivas (Travel& Leisure), Embellé (Personal Goods), Grupo Manzano (Automobiles & Parts), Industrial Corona (Industrial Materials), KIO Networks Mexico (Software & Computer Services), Marzam (Health Care Equipment & Services), MX Desarollos (Real Estate Investment & Services) and Oxal (Industrial Materials)
“These companies have a unique capacity to innovate, create new jobs and ultimately drive economic prosperity. I’m delighted that businesses from across Mexico will have the opportunity to be part of ELITE’s dynamic international community and have access to vital sources of growth funding.” Luca Peyrano, CEO, ELITE said.
ELITE has partnered with legal and professional services firm Doporto Consortium to support the onboarding of Mexican companies to ELITE.
“It is without a doubt that London Stock Exchange Group’s ELITE programme strengthens commercial and business relations between the Mexican private sector and the international financial community. Expanding and diversifying the networks of Mexican entrepreneurs and companies, each successful in different sectors our country’s economy, is essential for Mexican capital to continue opening borders and opportunities.” Luis Doporto Alejandre, CEO Doporto Consortium stated.
London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) is an international markets infrastructure business. Its diversified global business focuses on capital formation, intellectual property and risk and balance sheet management. LSEG operates an open access model, offering choice and partnership to customers across all of its businesses. The Group can trace its history back to 1698. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, with significant operations in North America, Italy, France and Sri Lanka, the Group employs approximately 4,500 people.